Ecosystem Health and Sustainability
Ecosystem Health and Sustainability (EHS) was launched in 2015 by the Ecological Society of America and the Ecological Society of China, the first global ecological journal jointly published by ecological societies from different countries. Since May 2017, EHS has been published by the Ecological Society of China, and the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, with Taylor & Francis. Aims and Scope Ecosystem Health and Sustainability publishes articles on advances in ecology and sustainability science, how global environmental change affects ecosystem health, how changes in human activities affect ecosystem conditions, and system-based approaches for applying ecological science in decision-making to promote sustainable development. Papers focus on applying ecological theory, principles, and concepts to support sustainable development, especially in regions undergoing rapid environmental change. Papers on multi-scale, integrative, and interdisciplinary studies, and on international collaborations between scientists from industrialized and industrializing countries are especially welcome. Suitable topics for EHS include: • Global, regional and local studies of international significance • Impact of global or regional environmental change on natural ecosystems • Interdisciplinary research involving integration of natural, social, and behavioral sciences • Science and policy that promote the use of ecological sciences in decision making • Novel or multidisciplinary approaches for solving complex ecological problems • Multi-scale and long-term observations of ecosystem evolution • Development of novel systems approaches or modeling and simulation techniques • Rapid responses to emerging ecological issues
Published by Taylor & Francis.
|In-use Product and Steel Stocks Sustaining the Urbanization of Xiamen, China||Journal Article||Song et al. Lulu Song, Chao Zhang, Ji Han & Wei-Qiang Chen||2019|