Category: Editorial news

JVS/AVS Editors’ Awards for 2021

JVS Editors’ Award goes to Stephan Getzin and colleagues for the paper “Definition of “fairy circles” and how they differ from other common vegetation gaps and plant rings“.

AVS Editors’ Award goes to Sofía Campana and Laura Yahdjian for the paper “Plant quality and primary productivity modulate plant biomass responses to the joint effects of grazing and fertilization in a mesic grassland“.…

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New Editors of JVS and AVS

We welcome new Associate Editors of our journals.

Journal of Vegetation Science

Jonathan Bennett, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada
Antonio Gazol, Instituto Pirenaico de Ecología, Zaragoza, Spain
Yasuhiro Kubota, University of the Ryukyus, Nishihara, Japan
Attila Lengyel, Centre for Ecological Research, Vácrátót, Hungary
Francesco Maria Sabatini, University of Bologna, Italy

Applied of Vegetation Science

Erwin Bergmeier, University of Göttingen, Germany
Giselda Durigan, Forestry Institute of São Paulo State, Brazil
Lena Neuenkamp, University of Bern, Switzerland
Orsolya Valkó, Centre for Ecological Research, Vácrátót, Hungary

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New Special Collection on “Grasslands of Asia” launched by VCS

By Jürgen Dengler (Chief Editor of Vegetation Classification and Survey), Alireza Naqinezhad and Arkadiusz Nowak

Stipetum lipskyi in Veshan Valley in western Pamir-Alai, Tajikistan. Photo credit: A. Nowak

The Eurasian Dry Grassland Group (www.edgg.org) and IAVS’ gold open access journal “Vegetation Classification and Survey” are proud to launch a joint Special Collection dedicated to “Grasslands of Asia”.…

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New Special Collection on “African vegetation studies” launched by VCS

By Reginald Tang Guuroh (Chair of the IAVS African Reginal Section) and Jürgen Dengler (Chief Editor of the Vegetation Classification and Survey)

Savanna at the foot of Mt. Elgon, Kenya, Africa. Photo credit: J. Dengler

The new IAVS African Regional Section and IAVS’ gold open access journal “Vegetation Classification and Survey” are proud to launch a joint Special Collection dedicated to “African vegetation studies”.…

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