Last month, Nature Ecology & Evolution published a series of responses to a previous article recommending essential reading for all ecologists . In one response, the authors argue that the list is highly biased in favor of white male authors , and raises the problem of bullying and harassment in academia. But the letter is missing one key reference from its original submission: To a recent news story in Science reporting “disturbing” sexual harassment allegations against a prominent field researcher .
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