Call for papers
Frontiers is currently soliciting submissions for our ongoing series on non-academic ecological careers, and for Frontiers EcoPics, our natural-history photo series.
About the journal
|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.|
In some of the world’s most populous regions such as West Java, Indonesia, protected areas like Gunung Gede Pangrango National Park may restrict activities – eg fishing, hunting, and logging – that support local livelihoods. Many previous efforts to conserve biodiversity overlooked their related impacts on human communities. However, by combining techniques from land system science and systematic conservation planning, managers can develop conservation plans that balance species persistence with social needs. READ MORE
Central photo: © Ricky Martin / CIFOR
Background photo: © Ricky Martin / CIFOR
Seeking submissions for series on non-academic ecological careers
We’re still looking for articles about ecological/environmental entrepreneurship, education, ecotourism, and science communication, and are open to hearing about other nontraditional ecological career paths outside of academia. All articles in the series are free to read. See the list below for what’s been published so far:
Exploring Ecological Careers – a new Frontiers series
Museum careers – so much more than curating collections!
Expect the unexpected: private-sector careers
Breaking into science writing
An ecologist’s guide to careers in science policy advising
Careers in science diplomacy and international policy
It’s dirty, but it’s not dirt: scientists in state policy
Ecological consulting as a career option
Opportunities in science editing
Make a difference: ecology careers in federal agencies
Ecological consultants: serving on the front lines of species and ecosystem conservation
Upcoming articles will cover careers in biological field stations, wildlife filmmaking, federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs), and cooperative extension services.
Contact Sue Silver (email@example.com) for more details or with pre-submission inquiries.