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GUIDELINES GUIDELINES FOR CONTRIBUTORS—2009 The Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution welcomes contributions in all areas of ecology and evolutionary biology, including high-quality original research and review papers that advance our knowledge and understanding of the function, diversity, abundance, distribution, and evolution of organisms. Although we are interested in empirical studies based in Israel, Mediterranean climate areas, the Mediterranean Basin, we give equal consideration to all contributions regardless of geography. Applied ecology problems, such as biological control and conservtion biology, are welcome, particulary if they address conceptual problems. Theoretical papers are equally welcome. Please note that at present, ~85% of the papers are being rejected, and about half of the rejections come without review because they do not ft the scope oF the journal. Please also note that preference is given to hypothesis-driven papers, and papers that are purely descriptive have a low probability of acceptance. Original articles should be submitted to the journal electronically as an e-mail attachment, in MS Word or PDF format, to [email protected] with cc’s to the two chief editors, Leon Blaustein ( [email protected] ) and Burt P. Kotler ( [email protected] ). Be sure to mention IJEE in the subject line. If accepted, submissions become the property of the publisher, LPPLtd., and may not be published elsewhere in full or in part without permission. Eminent scholars will be invited to submit essays on specifc ecological or evolutionary topics for the IJEE Soapbox feature. Reviews and syntheses will generally be invited, but authors are also welcome to propose reviews. Authors wishing to propose their own reviews and syntheses should send a proposed title and short abstract or outline to Leon Blaustein and Burt P. Kotler, the chief editors, at submission@ israelsciencejournals.com . Authors are entirely responsible for statements, whether fact or opinion. All papers
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Robert during the Fall '08 term at Montgomery College.

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