Peer-Reviewed Articles

Chacón Labella, J., Boakye., M., Enquist, B. J., Farfan-Rios, W., Gya, R., Halbritter, A. H., Middleton, S. L., von Oppen J., Pastor-Ploskonka, S., Strydom, T., Vandvik, V., Geange, S. R. (2020). From a crisis to an opportunity: Eight insights for doing science in the Covid-19 era and beyond. Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.7026

Geange, S. R., von Oppen J., Strydom, T., Boakye, M., Gauthier, T. J., Gya, R., Halbritter, A. H., Jessup, L. H. Middleton, S. L., Navarro, J., Pierfederici, M. E., Chacón-Labella, J., Cotner, S. Farfan-Rios, W., Maitner, B. S., Michaletz, S. T., Telford, R. J., Enquist, B. J., Vandvik, V. (2020) Next generation field courses: integrating Open Science and online learning. Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.7009

Magazine Articles

Middleton, S. Decolonising ecology: unearthing the contribution of Black British naturalists. British Ecological Society Niche Magazine September 2020

Middleton, S. Bananas! Peeling back the history, biology and future of the world’s favourite fruit. British Ecological Society Niche Magazine December 2019


Interview for Disability Pride Month at Communications Biology (July 2021)

von Oppen, J., Gya, R., Geange, S., Strydom, T., Middleton, S. & Maitner, B. Next Generation Field Courses: Enhancing ECR Development Through Open Science and Online Learning. EcoMass (March 2021)

Middleton, S. L. Towards an open and reproducible research culture: an ECR perspective. SalGo Team Blog (December 2020)

Middleton, S. L. What is an individual?: Why bees, mushrooms and grasses complicate the picture of what it means to be an individual. Evidently Scientifical (August 2020)

Middleton, S. L. Bananageddon: Is banana apocalypse 2.0 upon us? Evidently Scientifical (April 2019)

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