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Subject: Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation Case Study Articles for teaching and practice

I'm am really excited to announce an innovative new resource I am involved with for students, faculty, educators, professionals, and policymakers who want to better understand 'wicked' environmental problems: Case Studies in the Environment (cse.ucpress.edu). I think that many of you would be great contributors and consumers of case study articles that can be used for teaching and other purposes.

Published by University of California Press, Case Studies in the Environment is a journal of peer-reviewed case study articles with slides and teaching notes, articles on case study pedagogy, and a preprint server for editor-reviewed case study slides. Case Studies in the Environment is organized around a comprehensive collection of cases within six domains, with the first three domains—Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation, Ecology and Biodiversity Conservation, and Environmental Law, Policy and Management—coming in mid-2017. The remaining three domains—Sustainability, Energy and the Environment, and Water Science and Technology—will launch in 2018-20.

Have a look at the journal website for more information—I hope you will consider contributing your own case study and/or case slide deck (for more information on submitting a case, please see http://cse.ucpress.edu/author-information/); as well as sign up for periodic email alerts about Case Studies in the Environment at http://cse.ucpress.edu/contact/.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me directly if you have any questions or are thinking about developing a case study for publication.

Wishing you a fantastic New Year,

Tuyeni Heita Mwampamba, PhD Ecology

Section Editor, Ecology and Conservation Biology Section


Tuyeni Heita Mwampamba <tuyeni@cieco.unam.mx>
Sunday, January 08, 2017

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