WEBSITE – Oxford Bibliographies on Ecology

Oxford is building a broad range of new subject areas each year, releasing at intervals.  Oxford Bibliographies is updated regularly, with 50-75 articles added per year to each subject area.  Those working in environmental areas will be interested in their ecology bibliographies: Allelopathy, Animals, Functional Morphology of, Animals, Reproductive Allocation in, Animals, Thermoregulation in, Applied Ecology, Biological Chaos and Complex Dynamics, Biome, Grassland, Chemical Ecology, Classification Analysis, Communities and Ecosystems, Indirect Effects in, Communities, Top-Down and Bottom-Up Regulation of, Community Concept, The, Community Ecology, Community Phenology, Competition in Plant Communities, Conservation Biology, Conservation Genetics, Coral Reefs, Desert Biome, Endophytes, Fungal, Energy Flow, Facilitation and the Organization of Communities, Fire Ecology, Foraging, Optimal, Forests, Temperate Deciduous, Kin Selection, Landscape Ecology, Laws, Ecological, Limnology, Mathematical Ecology, Metacommunity Dynamics, Metapopulations and Spatial Population Processes, Mimicry, Mutualisms and Symbioses, Mycorrhizal Ecology. Niche Versus Neutral Models of Community Organization, Niches, Ordination Analysis, Paleoecology, Paleolimnology, Peatlands, Phenotypic Selection, Polar Regions, Population Genetics, Populations and Communities, Dynamics of Age- and Stage-Structured, Reductionism Versus Holism, Soil Ecology, Stream Ecology, Succession, Trophic Levels, Wildlife Ecology

Forthcoming bibliographies of interest: Aldo Leopold, Coevolution, Ecological Engineering, Human Ecology, Maximum Sustainable Yield, Natural History Tradition, Anthropocentrism, Charles Darwin, Charles Elton, Ecosystem Economics, Ecotourism, G. Evelyn Hutchinson, Island Biogeography Theory, Keystone Species, Rachel Carson, Robert MacArthur, Sir Arthur Tansley, Systems Ecology

WEBSITE – Ecomedia Studies

The primary mission of the Ecomedia Studies website is to facilitate interdisciplinary scholarship by offering forums for cross-disciplinary communication. This site is a first step as it is designed to:

  • Generate dialogue through discussions
  • Post news on the current state of Ecomedia Studies
  • Advertise pertinent Calls for Papers
  • Provide resources such as scholarly bibliographies and teaching syllabi
  • Identify journals of interest and organizations that welcome ecomedia scholarship.

The site includes an extensive bibliography and filmography