E. Alan Cameron
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Environmental Entomology publishes reports on the interaction of insects with the biological, chemical, and physical aspects of their environment …Find out more
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Environmental Entomology launches new section
Due to ongoing concern about pollinator health, EE is launching a new Pollinator Ecology and Management section that will accept papers on the biology of pollinators, their interactions with plants, challenges to their success, and environment management approaches. For more information, read a recent editorial by EE Editor-in-Chief Alan Cameron.
ISD now accepting submissions
ESA's newest journal is now accepting submissions! Insect Systematics and Diversity is accepting original research on systematics, evolution, and biodiversity of insects and related arthropods. Click here to find out more about publishing with ISD. Ready to submit? Click here to access the ScholarOne portal.
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EE and Dryad partnership
EE and Dryad Digital Repository have partnered to simplify the data submission process for authors and strengthen the link between the article and data. Upon submission of a paper, authors will be sent a direct link to upload their data. A link to the data will be included in the final published paper.
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Filth fly special collection
The biology of filth flies is a blossoming area of study. Read the collection to discover more on using next-generation resources and innovative approaches to study the biology of fly–microbe interactions.