Improvements: Ethnobiology Letters now publishes in HTML format

We are pleased to announce that Ethnobiology Letters now publishes articles in both PDF and HTML formats to facilitate online reading! Our traditional PDFs are still available for printing and downloading to your digital library. The new HTML formatting, available for all 2016 articles, allows quick full-text viewing without the need to download a separate file.

We welcome you to view our most recent book reviews in HTML format:

The Invention of Science: A New History of the Scientific Revolution. By David Wootton. 2015. Harper Collins, New York. 784 pp. Reviewed by Eugene N. Anderson

How Forests Think: Toward an Anthropology Beyond the Human. By Eduardo Kohn. 2013. University of California Press, Berkeley. 288 pp.  Reviewed by Katie Flores, Armando Medinaceli, and Amanda Thiel

This improvement was accomplished by our volunteer staff in anticipation of a major website overhaul scheduled for later this year, which will dramatically improve the EBL online experience for readers, authors, and reviewers. Our journal remains gold open access and cost-free for authors and readers through the generous support of the Society of Ethnobiology and its membership. The Society welcomes donations of any size, no matter how small, to its Open Access Publications Fund.