Journal of Evolutionary Biology
The Journal of Evolutionary Biology is a peer-reviewed, international journal established in 1987 and owned by
the European Society for Evolutionary Biology. It covers both micro- and
macro-evolution of all types of organisms. The aim of the Journal is to
integrate perspectives across molecular and microbial evolution, behaviour,
genetics, ecology, life histories, development, palaeontology, systematics and
morphology. To fulfil its integrative role, the Journal gives preference to
papers that bring together two or more fields. The Journal seeks a balance,
even a tension, between theory and data. The Editorial Board reflects the
multidisciplinary role of the Journal and its international focus. For further
information on the scope of the journal, see Editorial.
Membership of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology includes on-line subscription to the journal (to become a member, use the Membership link on the left).
The Journal is published by Wiley-Blackwell, and on their site you will find all
further information on the journal. This includes information about
subscriptions, guidelines for submitting manuscripts, and editorial procedures.
Manuscripts can be submitted online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jeb.
Moreover, titles and abstracts are available through Wiley's Online Library, and papers can be ordered on-line. As a free service, Wiley-Blackwell can
send you the Table
of contents of new issues by e-mail as soon as they become available.
Editor in Chief
Michael G. Ritchie, University of St Andrews, UK
T. Flatt, University of Lausanne, CH
A. Gardner, Oxford University, UK
Ch. Haag, CEFE, Montpellier, France
M. Jennions, ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment, AU
J. Mank, University College London, UK
F. Mery, CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
J. Pannell, University of Lausanne, CH
K. Pfennig, UNC College of Arts and Science, US
J. Radwan, Jagiellonian University of Krakow, PL
T. Schwander, University of Lausanne, CH
H. Kokko, University of Zurich, CH
JEB Editorial Office
University of St Andrews
School of Biology
Dyers Brae House
St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9TH, UK
Last updated October 13, 2014. For suggestions or comments please send an e-mail.