Journal of Ecology and the BES

Membership to the British Ecological Society

If you become a member of the British Ecological Society you can get online access to the BES’ cohort of journals for £15 per year. You can also subscribe to Journal of Ecology in print for £30 per year.

Journal of Ecology was the first publication to be launched by the British Ecological Society in 1913. The Society was also established in 1913 and has  4,000+ members worldwide, and membership is open to all with an interest in ecology.  There is a membership fee of £50, with discounts for students and those from low income countries. – See more at: http://www.britishecologicalsociety.org/about-us/#sthash.tRwWKwvW.dpuf

Membership to the British Ecological Society includes:

  • Reduced priced registration for all BES run and sponsored meetings (BES Student members are entitled to further discounts)
  • Member only ring-fenced grants
  • 25% discount on open access fees when publishing as first or corresponding author in BES journals (worth $750)
  • Opportunity of free meeting room hire in our Charles Darwin House Conference Centre (conditions apply)
  • Discount on room booking in our Charles Darwin House Conference Centre
  • The Bulletin – the newsletter which keeps you up to date with the ecological community
  • Networking opportunities to meet and interact with other ecological professionals
  • World class journals
  • Member only discounts from leading scientific publishers
  • Monthly eBulletin giving members priority notice of BES initiatives and opening dates
  • Supporting the BES’s vision and activities

For further information about joining the Society visit the British Ecological Society’s website http://www.britishecologicalsociety.org/.

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