16.05.2017 | sDiv News

sIMPACT working group paper was the most highly cited paper published in Conservation Biology in 2014!

sIMPACT working group

Congratulations! The paper by sIMPACT working group entitled “Defining the Impact of Non-Native Species,” by Jonathan M. Jeschke, Sven Bacher, Tim M. Blackburn, Jaimie T. A. Dick, Franz Essl, Thomas Evans, Mirijam Gaertner, Philip E. Hulme, Ingolf Kühn, Agata Mrugała, Jan Pergl, Petr Pyšek, Wolfgang Rabitsch, Anthony Ricciardi, David M. Richardson, Agnieszka Sendek, Montserrat Vilà, Marten Winter, and Sabrina Kumschick, was awarded the most highly cited paper published in Conservation Biology in 2014. Citations are counted for the two calendar years following publication and recognises outstanding contributions to the advancement of conservation science.

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