Evolutionary Ecology is a concept-oriented journal of
biological research at the interface of ecology and evolution.
We publish papers that therefore integrate both fields of
research: research that seeks to explain the ecology of
organisms in the context of evolution, or patterns of evolution
as explained by ecological processes.
The journal publishes original research and discussion
concerning the evolutionary ecology of organisms. These
may include papers addressing evolutionary aspects of
population ecology, organismal interactions and coevolution,
behaviour, life histories, communication, morphology, host-
parasite interactions and disease ecology, as well as
ecological aspects of genetic processes. The objective is to
promote the conceptual, theoretical and empirical
development of ecology and evolutionary biology; the scope
extends to any organism or system.