A Multidisciplinary Journal Relating to Processes and Structures at Different Organizational Levels
Aquatic Ecology publishes timely, peer-reviewed original papers relating to the ecology of fresh, brackish, estuarine and marine environments. Papers on fundamental and applied novel research in both the field and the laboratory, including descriptive or experimental studies, will be included in the journal. Preference will be given to studies that address timely and current topics and are integrative and critical in approach. We discourage papers that describe presence and abundance of aquatic biota in local habitats as well as papers that are pure systematic.
The journal provides a forum for the aquatic ecologist - limnologist and oceanologist alike- to discuss ecological issues related to processes and structures at different integration levels from individuals to populations, to communities and entire ecosystems.
AECO Key Statistics
38.1 days from submission to first decision
16 days from final acceptance to online publication
15 % acceptance rate
1.67 five-year Impact Factor
6.8 years cited half-life
Ecological uniqueness of macroinvertebrate communities in high-latitude streams is a consequence of deterministic environmental filtering processes
Environmental filtering and spatial effects on metacommunity organisation differ among littoral macroinvertebrate groups deconstructed by biological traits
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|Netherland Journal of Aquatic Ecology||1380-8427||1573-5125|
|Hydrobiologische Vereniging: Mededelingen van de Hydrobiologische Vereniging||0165-1404||1573-5125|
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