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LaTeX styles for ecology journals

Ecography

Ecography
.pdf.zip

Ecography presents a couple of peculiar specificities: sans-serif headers, illegible affiliations in italic, left-aligned text (ragged right), no keywords, a bibliographic style with a before the journal’s name (which is abbreviated), ‘et al.’ after 2 authors, etc.

How-to: With this package, you only have to use \usepackage{ecography}, and define a couple of additional variables: \author, \title, \running (the “running head”), \affiliations (in a list of items), et \nwords (number of words in the manuscript). The \maketitle then takes charge of everything. In addition, the reference list is automatically in small font. Abbreviated journals' names come from Biological Abstracts, as requested for the submission.

  • Ecography website
  • Author guidelines

[last update: 2013/10/30]

Journal of Animal Ecology / Journal of Applied Ecology

Journal
.pdf.zip

How-to: With this package, you only have to use \usepackage{jae}, and define a couple of additional variables: \author, \title, \running (the “running head”), \affiliations (in a list of items), et \nwords (number of words in the manuscript). The \maketitle then takes charge of everything.

  • Journal of Animal Ecology website
  • Author guidelines (JAE)
  • Journal of Applied Ecology website
  • Author guidelines (JAppl)

[last update: 2013/10/30]

Journal of Wildlife Management

Wildlife Management
.pdf.zip
  • Journal website
  • Author guidelines