Virtual Issue: Open Access week 2015

 October 2015
To coincide with the 8th Annual International Open Access Week we are delighted to bring together all open access papers published in the Journal of Applied Ecology in 2015. All five British Ecological Society Journals have produced a Virtual Issue for Open Access Week 2015. Please click on the issue covers below to read the Virtual Issues. All of these papers have been published through the Online Open programme. Members of the British Ecological Society are offered a 25% discount towards the cost of the Online Open scheme.

 

      

 
The accuracy of Fastloc-GPS locations and implications for animal tracking
Antoine M. Dujon, R. Todd Lindstrom and Graeme C. Hays

Quantifying levels of animal activity using camera trap data
J. Marcus Rowcliffe, Roland Kays, Bart Kranstauber, Chris Carbone and Patrick A. Jansen

A method to detect subcommunities from multivariate spatial associations
Anton J. Flügge, Sofia C. Olhede and David J. Murrell

A method for calculating minimum biodiversity offset multipliers accounting for time discounting, additionality and permanence
Jussi Laitila, Atte Moilanen and Federico M. Pouzols

Evaluation and management implications of uncertainty in a multispecies size-structured model of population and community responses to fishing
Robert B. Thorpe, Will J. F. Le Quesne, Fay Luxford, Jeremy S. Collie and Simon Jennings

Split diversity in constrained conservation prioritization using integer linear programming
Olga Chernomor, Bui Quang Minh, Félix Forest, Steffen Klaere, Travis Ingram, Monika Henzinger and Arndt von Haeseler

Power analysis for generalized linear mixed models in ecology and evolution
Paul C. D. Johnson, Sarah J. E. Barry, Heather M. Ferguson and Pie Müller

Big answers from small worlds: a user's guide for protist microcosms as a model system in ecology and evolution
Florian Altermatt, Emanuel A. Fronhofer, Aurélie Garnier, Andrea Giometto, Frederik Hammes, Jan Klecka, Delphine Legrand, Elvira Mächler, Thomas M. Massie, Frank Pennekamp, Marco Plebani, Mikael Pontarp, Nicolas Schtickzelle, Virginie Thuillier and Owen L. Petchey

Measuring acoustic habitats
Nathan D. Merchant, Kurt M. Fristrup, Mark P. Johnson, Peter L. Tyack, Matthew J. Witt, Philippe Blondel and Susan E. Parks

Modelling animal movement using the Argos satellite telemetry location error ellipse
Brett T. McClintock, Joshua M. London, Michael F. Cameron and Peter L. Boveng

Development and assessment of a new dermal attachment for short-term tagging studies of baleen whales
Mark F. Baumgartner, Terry Hammar and Jooke Robbins

A rapid and cost-effective quantitative microsatellite genotyping protocol to estimate intraspecific competition in protist microcosm experiments
Ewan J. A. Minter, Chris D. Lowe, Michael A. Brockhurst and Phillip C. Watts

Measurement errors should always be incorporated in phylogenetic comparative analysis
Daniele Silvestro, Anna Kostikova, Glenn Litsios, Peter B. Pearman and Nicolas Salamin

A climate of uncertainty: accounting for error in climate variables for species distribution models
Jakub Stoklosa, Christopher Daly, Scott D. Foster, Michael B. Ashcroft and David I. Warton

Towards the identification of the loci of adaptive evolution
Carolina Pardo-Diaz, Camilo Salazar and Chris D. Jiggins

A generalised random encounter model for estimating animal density with remote sensor data
Tim C. D. Lucas, Elizabeth A. Moorcroft, Robin Freeman, J. Marcus Rowcliffe and Kate E. Jones

Calibrating animal-borne proximity loggers
Christian Rutz, Michael B. Morrissey, Zackory T. Burns, John Burt, Brian Otis, James J. H. St Clair and Richard James

Quantifying physiological influences on otolith microchemistry
Anna M. Sturrock, Ewan Hunter, J. Andrew Milton, EIMF, Rachel C. Johnson, Colin P. Waring and Clive N. Trueman

A new measure of ecological network structure based on node overlap and segregation
Giovanni Strona and Joseph A. Veech

PIPITS: an automated pipeline for analyses of fungal internal transcribed spacer sequences from the Illumina sequencing platform
Hyun S. Gweon, Anna Oliver, Joanne Taylor, Tim Booth, Melanie Gibbs, Daniel S. Read, Robert I. Griffiths and Karsten Schonrogge

Discrete choice modelling of natal dispersal: ‘Choosing’ where to breed from a finite set of available areas
Michalis Vardakis, Peter Goos, Frank Adriaensen and Erik Matthysen

High-throughput monitoring of wild bee diversity and abundance via mitogenomics
Min Tang, Chloe J. Hardman, Yinqiu Ji, Guanliang Meng, Shanlin Liu, Meihua Tan, Shenzhou Yang, Ellen D. Moss, Jiaxin Wang, Chenxue Yang, Catharine Bruce, Tim Nevard, Simon G. Potts, Xin Zhou and Douglas W. Yu

When do we need more data? A primer on calculating the value of information for applied ecologists
Stefano Canessa, Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita, José J. Lahoz-Monfort, Darren M. Southwell, Doug P. Armstrong, Iadine Chadès, Robert C. Lacy and Sarah J. Converse

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