Oxford Bibliographies: Ecology

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Oxford Bibliographies in Ecology is an extensive, annotated bibliography of the most important concepts and ideas in Ecology. Each article is organised into sections containing six to eight references which are then briefly described. The idea is to help people navigate the literature, which can be a daunting task! It’s a subscription service, but your university may well have a subscription, so it’s worth asking. I would say these articles are particularly useful if you want to dip into a new topic or you are a PhD student and need a general overview.

I’m an editor, so I’m always looking out for new articles; please let me know if you’d like to contribute one!

My own article is called: Niche Versus Neutral Models of Community Organization. You can access the introduction for free if you want to find out more.