Trends in Ecology and Evolution
Trends in Ecology and Evolution is one a series of scientific journals, published in the United Kingdom, a monthly publication that has become the highest-cited journal in the areas of ecology and evolutionary biology. The Trends series, of which Trends in Ecology and Evolution (TREE), contains the latest research. Each issue of TREE contains several different types of articles, from shorter articles for scientific discussion to longer, empirical based articles.
All of the articles published in Trends in Ecology and Evolution are peer-reviewed, and are commissioned by the editors. This is a standard format in scientific journals, as these two editorial processes promote accurate scientific examination of research trends.
Unsolicited articles are welcomed by TREE. The editors suggest that authors submit an abstract and a cover letter for any article they wish to be considered for publication. Trends in Ecology & Evolution serves as a forum for the latest information for researchers, teachers, and students in the biological sciences. Increasingly, the life sciences are encompassing the entire range of life, from the molecular to the global. One of the ways in which scientists are able to inform their professional field about the latest discoveries in this discipline is through peer-reviewed journals such as Trends in Ecology and Evolution.