Copernicus Publications has extended the article level metrics (ALMs) by showing the geographical distribution of views. This information is available for articles published after 3 August 2016.
We would like to thank all of our reviewers for their thorough help and support in 2015. Web Ecology publications would not be possible without their assistance.
In cooperation with the TIB|AV-Portal WE authors can now add short, citable video abstracts and video supplements to their articles.
We have updated our data policy: it now also refers to the Data Citation Principles and stresses the necessity of data availability.
Web Ecology (WE) has received the new DOAJ Seal which recognizes journals with an exceptionally high level of publishing standards and best practice.
Web Ecology (WE) has become a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and thereby subscribes to the principles of COPE.
The WE website has been given a new look, and the navigation has been adjusted.
Web Ecology (WE) has started an XML-first workflow and will provide all new articles in full-text XML from now on.
The new article by Prof. Dr. E.-D. Schulze, recent winner of the Haeckel Prize of the European Ecological Federation on forest management and biodiversity, has been published in Web Ecology.
Article level metrics (ALMs) comprise a set of easy-to-understand real-time impact indicators that track how an article is read, discussed, or cited.
WE has implemented publication ethics in order to guarantee high scientific and ethical standards.
WE has just published its new data policy.