From 2003 onwards, BES Symposium volumes will be published as a part of a collaboration between the Society and Cambridge University Press. The new series, Ecological Reviews, will publish a wide range of books, including but not limited to the Symposium volumes. This will enhance the ability of the Society to support the publication of top quality work, without requiring any formal link to the meetings of the Society. Ecological Reviews will publish books at the cutting edge of modern ecology, providing a forum for publication of multi-author volumes that discuss topics that are focal points of current activity and likely long-term importance to the progress of the field. The series will be an invaluable source of ideas and inspiration for ecologists at all levels from graduate students to more established researchers and professionals.
The series will be developed jointly by the British Ecological Society and the Press, with advice and guidance from an international editorial team including Professor Nigel Webb (Series Editor), Dr Hefin Jones, Dr Louise Vet, and Dr Richard Hobbs
Recent volumes in the British Ecological Symposium Series formerly available from Blackwell can now be ordered from Cambridge University Press. For a list of titles in print in this series, please visit http://publishing.cambridge.org/biosciences/bes/
Subject area: ecology, conservation, biodiversity, natural resource management
Market: academic researchers, graduate students, professionals
Format: Books in this series will be published in hardback and paperback.
Frequency: We expect to publish one to two titles per year in this series.