Evolutionary Ecology seeks papers with a clear novelty. They should yield new insights into the effects of ecology on evolutionary processes and/or the effects of evolution on ecological processes. By ecology I mean the interactions between organisms and their environment. The scope of the journal includes all organisms and systems, both living and fossil; it is not biased with respect to taxon or biome or time period.
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