Journal of Biogeography

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Edited By: Peter Linder

Impact Factor: 3.997

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 5/49 (Geography Physical); 26/149 (Ecology)

Online ISSN: 1365-2699

Associated Title(s): Diversity and Distributions, Global Ecology and Biogeography

Most Accessed

Below you will find a list of the top accessed articles from the Journal of Biogeography during 2014 and 2015. These are free to access, so start reading some of our most popular articles.

Habitat fragmentation and species richness. Ilkka Hanski.

Range expansion and distributional limits of the nine-banded armadillo in the United States: an update of Taulman & Robbins (1996). James F. Taulman and Lynn W. Robbins.

Landscape and climate determine patterns of spread for all colour morphs of the alien ladybird Harmonia axyridis. Bethan V. Purse, Richard Comont, Adam Butler, Peter M. J. Brown, Clare Kessel and Helen E. Roy.

Pleistocene speciation is not refuge speciation. Valentí Rul.

A continental-scale analysis of feral cat diet in Australia Tim S. Doherty, Robert A. Davis, Eddie J. B. van Etten, Dave Algar, et al.

Defining the spatial patterns of historical land use associated with the indigenous societies of eastern North America. Samuel E. Munoz, David J. Mladenoff, Sissel Schroeder and John W. Williams.

Why are there so many species in the tropics?James H. Brown.

Making better Maxent models of species distributions: complexity, overfitting and evaluation. Aleksandar Radosavljevic and Robert P. Anderson.

Distribution mapping of world grassland types. A. P. Dixon, D. Faber-Langendoen, C. Josse, J. Morrison and C. J. Loucks.

Matching species traits to projected threats and opportunities from climate change

The varied form of species–area relationships

Parsimony analysis of endemicity (PAE) revisited

Timing the diversification of the Amazonian biota: butterfly divergences are consistent with Pleistocene refugia. Ivonne J. Garzón-Orduña, Jennifer E. Benetti-Longhini and Andrew V. Z. Browe.

Community phylogenetics at the biogeographical scale: cold tolerance, niche conservatism and the structure of North American forests

Disentangling the influence of climatic and geological changes on species radiations

‘Next generation’ biogeography: towards understanding the drivers of species diversification and persistence