Biological Invasions

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Biological Invasions publishes research and synthesis papers on patterns and processes of biological invasions in terrestrial, freshwater, and marine (including brackish) ecosystems. Also of interest are scholarly papers on management and policy issues as they relate to conservation programs and the global amelioration or control of invasions. The journal will consider proposals for special issues resulting from conferences or workshops on invasions. There are no page charges to publish in this journal.     Why publish with us Our renowned Editors-in-Chief and highly regarded Editorial Board are some of the world's leading voices in invasion biology. By combining rigorous expert assessment with our extensive peer review network, we provide a service with the highest standards. We publish research and synthesis papers on patterns and processes of biological invasions in terrestrial, freshwater, and marine (including brackish) ecosystems. We also welcome Special Papers on Alien Floras and Faunas, Elton Reviews, Flashpoints, and Invasion Notes. We work hard to ensure that your article can be easily discovered, accessed, understood, used and shared, to provide maximum impact and act as a springboard for further discovery. It has an SJR impact factor of 0,865.

Biological Invasions focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: invasive, invasions, seed, plant, water, predation, effects, nonnative, invasion, cribraria, ...

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Non-indigenous invasive bivalves as ecosystem engineers

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Earthworm invasion into previously earthworm-free temperate and boreal forests

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