Journal of Biogeography
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Editor's Choice #7
The Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Biogeography has recently selected a number of research articles recently published in the journal. The seventh edition of Editor's Choice is now available online. The selection of articles reflects the scope and level of commendable research published in the journal. Articles highlighted in this edition include:
- Validating the role of dispersal in island biogeography and macroecology
- A broader perspective on ecological succession reveals striking patterns
- A tropical tree and liana family gets around
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You can now submit your manuscript to Journal of Biogeography online, with the manuscript submission website. The online manuscript submission and review process promises to lead to faster submission to first decision times and greater simplicity for authors and reviewers. Please ensure that you follow the Journal's instructions carefully before you submit your next manuscript to Journal of Biogeography.
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Authors of articles in this journal can now choose to make their articles open access and available free for all readers through the payment of an author fee. Read more.