Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, issued 10 times per year, consists of peer-reviewed, synthetic review articles on all aspects of ecology, the environment, and related disciplines, as well as short, high-impact research communications of broad interdisciplinary appeal. Additional features include editorials, breaking news (domestic and international), a letters section, job ads, and special columns.
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Current Issue: December 2013
Relatively pristine reef ecosystems — dominated by live coral and charismatic fish such as Amphiprion ocellaris — can become degraded and shift to alternate states, like those characterized by macroalgae. Integrated management efforts, however, may facilitate partial recovery to more coral-dominated states.
J Tan CH