By José L.A. Silva, Alexandre F. Souza, Louis S. Santiago, Anderson R. Gripp, Ana E.B. Asato, Gabriel H.S. Silva, Mery I.G. Alencar and Adriano Caliman… Continue reading
By Monika Janišová, the Editor of IAVS Bulletin
The IAVS Bulletin, the newsletter of the International Association for Vegetation Science published in digital form four times a year, is introducing two new contribution sections.
Section on sampling methodology
- Do you use a reliable, well-developed methodology to investigate vegetation or to answer important questions related to vegetation, which you would like to popularise?
By Judit Sonkoly, Orsolya Valkó, Nóra Balogh, Laura Godó, András Kelemen, Réka Kiss, Tamás Miglécz, Edina Tóth, Katalin Tóth, Béla Tóthmérész & Péter Török… Continue reading
By Jürgen Dengler
Journal: VCS is the new gold open access journal of the International Association for Vegetation Science (IAVS), started in May 2020. It is devoted to vegetation classification with any methodological approach and at any organisational scale. There is no limit to the length of articles as long as it is justified by the content.…Continue reading
By Jürgen Dengler, VCS Chief Editor
Vegetation Classification and Survey, the gold open access journal of IAVS in the fields of vegetation classification and ecoinformatics now has an attractive cover: https://vcs.pensoft.net/issue/2933. It was designed by the VCS Chief Editors together with the publisher to highlight both the diversity of vegetation types from around the globe that are covered in the journal and, via the similarity in style, the close connection to the two other IAVS journals, JVS and AVS.…Continue reading
The post provided by Kwek Yan Chong
This post refers to the article Short‐term responses in a secondary tropical forest after a severe windstorm event by Yee et al.…Continue reading
The cover photo of the May issue shows an open-grown pasture tree in a second-growth forest retaining its open-grown branch structure, related to the paper by Marion Holmes “Pasture trees contribute to structural heterogeneity and plant distributions in post-agricultural forests decades after canopy closure“.…Continue reading
By Balázs Teleki, Judit Sonkoly, László Erdős, Béla Tóthmérész, Mátyás Prommer & Péter Török
Loess grasslands are among the most species-rich habitat types in the world, often containing up to 40-60 species on a single square meter.…Continue reading