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Frontiers is currently soliciting submissions for Frontiers EcoPics, an ongoing natural-history photo series.


About the journal

Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment is a benefit of membership of the Ecological Society of America. International in scope and interdisciplinary in approach, Frontiers focuses on current ecological issues and environmental challenges. Frontiers is aimed at professional ecologists and scientists working in related disciplines. With content that is timely, interesting, and accessible, even to those reading outside their own area of expertise, it has a broad, interdisciplinary appeal and is relevant to all users of ecological science, including policy makers, resource managers, and educators. Frontiers covers all aspects of ecology, the environment, and related subjects, focusing on global issues, broadly impacting research, cross-disciplinary or multi-country endeavors, new techniques and technologies, new approaches to old problems, and practical applications of ecological science. The journal is sent to all ESA members as part of their membership, and is also available to libraries via institutional subscription.

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Current Issue: November 2019

Although non-native species pose threats to biodiversity in marine protected areas (MPAs), they are often overlooked in conservation planning. For example, the peacock grouper (Cephalopholis argus) was introduced to the Hawaiian Archipelago in the 1950s, has established itself as a dominant predator, and is present in the waters of  Papahanaumokuakea Marine National
Monument. Management plans that incorporate strategies to prevent the spread of non-native species into MPAs are currently uncommon but will be necessary to preserve the resilience of protected marine systems. READ MORE


Central photo: olejnik/ / iStock

Background photo: J Burns; CC BY-NC-2.0



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