Biotropica

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Edited By: Emilio Bruna

Impact Factor: 2.351

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 57/136 (Ecology)

Online ISSN: 1744-7429

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Heart of Borneo

ATBC announces resolution concerning the 'Heart of Borneo' transboundary conservation initiative



Biotropica in the news

Mongabay covers, 'Deforestation and Reforestation of Latin America and the Caribbean (2001–2010).’

Asian Scientist Magazine, Phys.org, and other media outlets cover, ‘Asian Tapirs Are No Elephants When It Comes To Seed Dispersal.

The Guardian and others highlight, ‘A Modest Proposal for Wealthy Countries to Reforest Their Land for the Common Good.

Scientific Computing features, ‘Social Immunity in Amphibians: Evidence for Vertical Transmission of Innate Defenses.

The New York Times and others cover, ‘Plant-Inhabiting Ant Utilizes Chemical Cues for Host Discrimination.

The Economist and others highlight, ‘The Evolution of Group Stability and Roost Lifespan: Perspectives from Tent-Roosting Bats.

Mongabay features, ‘Purity and Prejudice: Deluding Ourselves About Biodiversity Conservation.’

The Jakarta Post covers, ‘The Future of Tropical Forest Species.’

Science highlights, ‘The Bushmeat Harvest Alters Seedling Banks by Favoring Lianas, Large Seeds, and Seeds Dispersed by Bats, Birds, and Wind.

Business Intelligence Middle East features, ‘Leaving the Oil Under the Amazon: Ecuador's Yasuní-ITT Initiative.

CNN features, ‘Forest Conversion and Degradation in Papua New Guinea 1972–2002.’


New Scientist cites Biotropica article, 'Invasive Ants Disrupt Gecko Pollination and Seed Dispersal of the Endangered Plant Roussea simplex in Mauritius.'

National Geographic cites Biotropica article, 'Population and Genetic Consequences of Hurricanes for Three Species of West Indian Phyllostomid Bats.'

Nature covers the Biotropica article, 'Attraction of Fruit-Eating Bats with Essential Oils of Fruits: A Potential Tool for Forest Restoration.'


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