(The median citation count of Bioscience is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Bending the Curve of Global Freshwater Biodiversity Loss: An Emergency Recovery Plan469
Wildfire-Driven Forest Conversion in Western North American Landscapes282
Corrigendum: World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency276
Global Overview of Ecosystem Services Provided by Riparian Vegetation156
Digitization and the Future of Natural History Collections142
World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency 2021132
Moving On from the Insect Apocalypse Narrative: Engaging with Evidence-Based Insect Conservation90
Global Commitments to Conserving and Monitoring Genetic Diversity Are Now Necessary and Feasible80
A Global Perspective on Firefly Extinction Threats71
The Complexity of Urban Eco-evolutionary Dynamics69
The Biological Deserts Fallacy: Cities in Their Landscapes Contribute More than We Think to Regional Biodiversity67
Traversing the Wasteland: A Framework for Assessing Ecological Threats to Drylands65
Indigenous Systems of Management for Culturally and Ecologically Resilient Pacific Salmon (Oncorhynchusspp.) Fisheries64
Observing the Observers: How Participants Contribute Data to iNaturalist and Implications for Biodiversity Science62
Navigating Ecological Transformation: Resist–Accept–Direct as a Path to a New Resource Management Paradigm62
The Elephant in the Room: Race and STEM Diversity59
A Metacommunity Approach to Improve Biological Assessments in Highly Dynamic Freshwater Ecosystems59
The Invasion Ecology of Sleeper Populations: Prevalence, Persistence, and Abrupt Shifts56
The Ecology of Disturbance Interactions55
Machine Learning Using Digitized Herbarium Specimens to Advance Phenological Research55
A Comprehensive Overview of Technologies for Species and Habitat Monitoring and Conservation52
Integrating Biodiversity Infrastructure into Pathogen Discovery and Mitigation of Emerging Infectious Diseases49
Tree Transpiration and Urban Temperatures: Current Understanding, Implications, and Future Research Directions49
Connecting Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches in Environmental Observing48
Creating Synergies between Citizen Science and Indigenous and Local Knowledge47
A Severe Lack of Evidence Limits Effective Conservation of the World's Primates47
Sowing Uncertainty: What We Do and Don’t Know about the Planting of Pesticide-Treated Seed46
Mesophication of Oak Landscapes: Evidence, Knowledge Gaps, and Future Research44
A Research Agenda for Urban Biodiversity in the Global Extinction Crisis43
Climate-Friendly Seafood: The Potential for Emissions Reduction and Carbon Capture in Marine Aquaculture43
Blue Waters, Green Bottoms: Benthic Filamentous Algal Blooms Are an Emerging Threat to Clear Lakes Worldwide41
World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency 202240
Lakes in Hot Water: The Impacts of a Changing Climate on Aquatic Ecosystems38
Pitfalls of Tree Planting Show Why We Need People-Centered Natural Climate Solutions38
Glacier Retreat and Pacific Salmon37
Governing for Transformative Change across the Biodiversity–Climate–Society Nexus36
The Hidden Impacts of Phosphorus Pollution to Streams and Rivers36
The Concept, Practice, Application, and Results of Locally Based Monitoring of the Environment34
Building Natural History Collections for the Twenty-First Century and Beyond33
Long-Term Ecological Research and Evolving Frameworks of Disturbance Ecology32
A Research Framework to Integrate Cross-Ecosystem Responses to Tropical Cyclones32
Nine Maxims for the Ecology of Cold-Climate Winters32
Connected Carabids: Network Interactions and Their Impact on Biocontrol by Carabid Beetles30
Towards Global Volunteer Monitoring of Odonate Abundance29
The Use of Digital Platforms for Community-Based Monitoring28
An Outcome-Oriented, Social–Ecological Framework for Assessing Protected Area Effectiveness28
Expanding the Impact of Citizen Science28
The Community Ecology of Herbivore Regulation in an Agroecosystem: Lessons from Complex Systems28
Key Principles for Managing Recovery of Kelp Forests through Restoration27
Coproducing Science to Inform Working Lands: The Next Frontier in Nature Conservation27
The Influence of Forests on Freshwater Fish in the Tropics: A Systematic Review27
Single-Stream Recycling Inspires Selective Fish Passage Solutions for the Connectivity Conundrum in Aquatic Ecosystems26
The Importance of Forests in Bumble Bee Biology and Conservation26
Conceptual Links between Landscape Diversity and Diet Diversity: A Roadmap for Transdisciplinary Research25
RAD Adaptive Management for Transforming Ecosystems25
Soil Seed Banks, Alternative Stable State Theory, and Ecosystem Resilience24
Global Cropland Connectivity: A Risk Factor for Invasion and Saturation by Emerging Pathogens and Pests24
Forest Restoration and Fuels Reduction: Convergent or Divergent?24
Design Criteria for Process-Based Restoration of Fluvial Systems24
Management Policies for Invasive Alien Species: Addressing the Impacts Rather than the Species22
Digital Extended Specimens: Enabling an Extensible Network of Biodiversity Data Records as Integrated Digital Objects on the Internet22
Population Viability of Sea Turtles in the Context of Global Warming22
Fence Ecology: Frameworks for Understanding the Ecological Effects of Fences22
Viewing Emerging Human Infectious Epidemics through the Lens of Invasion Biology22
Management Foundations for Navigating Ecological Transformation by Resisting, Accepting, or Directing Social–Ecological Change22
Trading Animal Lives: Ten Tricky Issues on the Road to Protecting Commodified Wild Animals22
Climate-Mediated Changes to Linked Terrestrial and Marine Ecosystems across the Northeast Pacific Coastal Temperate Rainforest Margin21
Coding for Life: Designing a Platform for Projecting and Protecting Global Biodiversity21
Advancing Landscape and Seascape Ecology from a 2D to a 3D Science21
On Quantifying Water Quality Benefits of Healthy Soils20
A Science Agenda to Inform Natural Resource Management Decisions in an Era of Ecological Transformation20
Not All Nitrogen Is Created Equal: Differential Effects of Nitrate and Ammonium Enrichment in Coastal Wetlands20
Gender Differences in Grant Submissions across Science and Engineering Fields at the NSF20
Limitations to Propagule Dispersal Will Constrain Postfire Recovery of Plants and Fungi in Western Coniferous Forests20
Advancing One Biosecurity to Address the Pandemic Risks of Biological Invasions20
A Novel Framework to Protect Animal Data in a World of Ecosurveillance19
Three Frontiers for the Future of Biodiversity Research Using Citizen Science Data18
Mainstream Nature-Based Solutions for Urban Climate Resilience18
Sea Change: Using Citizen Science to Inform Fisheries Management18
The International Vertebrate Pet Trade Network and Insights from US Imports of Exotic Pets18
Using the Past to Understand the Present: Coping with Natural and Anthropogenic Noise18
Theoretical Perspectives of the Baltimore Ecosystem Study: Conceptual Evolution in a Social–Ecological Research Project18
Engaging Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Environmental Management Could Alleviate Scale Mismatches in Social–Ecological Systems17
How Individualized Niches Arise: Defining Mechanisms of Niche Construction, Niche Choice, and Niche Conformance17
Considering the Case for Diversity in Natural Resources17
Grazing Is Not Binomial (i.e., Grazed or Not Grazed): A Reply to Herman17
How Social Considerations Improve the Equity and Effectiveness of Ecosystem Restoration17
The Jaw Epidemic: Recognition, Origins, Cures, and Prevention17
Attracting Diverse Students to Field Experiences Requires Adequate Pay, Flexibility, and Inclusion17
Long-Term Ecological Research on Ecosystem Responses to Climate Change16
The Open-Specimen Movement16
Reported Individual Costs and Benefits of Sharing Open Data among Canadian Academic Faculty in Ecology and Evolution16
Context Dependence: A Conceptual Approach for Understanding the Habitat Relationships of Coastal Marine Fauna16
At 50, Janzen–Connell Has Come of Age16
Convergence of Social Strategies in Carrion Breeding Insects16
The Promise and Pitfalls of Environmental DNA and RNA Approaches for the Monitoring of Human and Animal Pathogens from Aquatic Sources16
Responding to Ecological Transformation: Mental Models, External Constraints, and Manager Decision-Making15
Regional Collections Are an Essential Component of Biodiversity Research Infrastructure15
Great Expectations: Deconstructing the Process Pathways Underlying Beaver-Related Restoration15
Biodiversity Science and the Twenty-First Century Workforce15
Perception and Conflict in Conservation: The Rashomon Effect15
Corridors of Clarity: Four Principles to Overcome Uncertainty Paralysis in the Anthropocene14
A Framework for Developing Connectivity Targets and Indicators to Guide Global Conservation Efforts14
Sustaining Transmission in Different Host Species: The Emblematic Case ofSarcoptes scabiei14
Primary Forests Are Undervalued in the Climate Emergency14
The Evolutionary Consequences of Dams and Other Barriers for Riverine Fishes14
Subconscious Biases in Coral Reef Fish Studies14
Citizen Science as an Ecosystem of Engagement: Implications for Learning and Broadening Participation14
A Tool for Designing and Studying Student-Centered Undergraduate Field Experiences: The UFERN Model13
Data Proliferation, Reconciliation, and Synthesis in Viral Ecology13
Eutrophication on Coral Reefs: What Is the Evidence for Phase Shifts, Nutrient Limitation and Coral Bleaching13
Adding Tree Rings to North America's National Forest Inventories: An Essential Tool to Guide Drawdown of Atmospheric CO213
Overcoming Language Barriers in Academia: Machine Translation Tools and a Vision for a Multilingual Future13
FKBP5: A Key Mediator of How Vertebrates Flexibly Cope with Adversity13
A Conceptual Framework to Integrate Biodiversity, Ecosystem Function, and Ecosystem Service Models13
What is the Price of Conservation? A Review of the Status Quo and Recommendations for Improving Cost Reporting13
The Importance of Eco-evolutionary Potential in the Anthropocene12
Decline of Amateur Lepidoptera Collectors Threatens the Future of Specimen-Based Research12
Responses of Coastal Ecosystems to Climate Change: Insights from Long-Term Ecological Research12
Marine Pelagic Ecosystem Responses to Climate Variability and Change12
Stoichiometric Ecotoxicology for a Multisubstance World12
The Impact Of Light Pollution On Bats Varies According To Foraging Guild And Habitat Context12
The Hierarchy-of-Hypotheses Approach: A Synthesis Method for Enhancing Theory Development in Ecology and Evolution12
Bioregions in Marine Environments: Combining Biological and Environmental Data for Management and Scientific Understanding12
Maximizing World Food Production through Disease Control12
Bringing Botany into Focus: Addressing Plant Blindness in Undergraduates Through an Immersive Botanical Experience12
Extinction Targets Are Not SMART (Specific, Measurable, Ambitious, Realistic, and Time Bound)11
Reciprocal Contributions between People and Nature: A Conceptual Intervention11
The Forest of Unintended Consequences: Anthropogenic Actions Trigger the Rise and Fall of Black Cherry11
Forest and Freshwater Ecosystem Responses to Climate Change and Variability at US LTER Sites11
Provoking a Cultural Shift in Data Quality11
Five Steps to Inject Transformative Change into the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework11
Data Sovereignty in Community-Based Environmental Monitoring: Toward Equitable Environmental Data Governance10
Rewilding the Sea with Domesticated Seagrass10
Definitions Can Confuse: Why the “Neonative” Neologism Is Bad for Conservation10
A Framework for the Eltonian Niche of Humans10
Governing Ecological Connectivity in Cross-Scale Dependent Systems10
Collaborating with NEON10
Planning for Change: Conservation-Related Impacts of Climate Overshoot9
Data Science in Undergraduate Life Science Education: A Need for Instructor Skills Training9
OUP accepted manuscript9
Nothing in Evolution Makes Sense Except in the Light of Biology9
Diverse Computer Simulation Models Provide Unified Lessons on University Operation during a Pandemic9
Mainstreaming Microbes across Biomes9
Why Coordinated Distributed Experiments Should Go Global9
Connections and Feedback: Aquatic, Plant, and Soil Microbiomes in Heterogeneous and Changing Environments9
Undergraduate Biology Instructors Still Use Mostly Teacher-Centered Discourse Even When Teaching with Active Learning Strategies9
Understanding Local Adaptation to Prepare Populations for Climate Change8
Shared Insights across the Ecology of Coral Reefs and African Savannas: Are Parrotfish Wet Wildebeest?8
Look Who's Talking: Teaching and Discourse Practices across Discipline, Position, Experience, and Class Size in STEM College Classrooms8
Six Principles for Embracing Gender and Sexual Diversity in Postsecondary Biology Classrooms8
The Drought Response of Eastern US Oaks in the Context of Their Declining Abundance8
An Analysis of US State Regulated Weed Lists: A Discordance between Biology and Policy8
Mapping and Monitoring Zero-Deforestation Commitments7
Perennials in Flood-Prone Areas of Agricultural Landscapes: A Climate Adaptation Strategy7
6&6: A Transdisciplinary Approach to Art–Science Collaboration7
Landsat 9 Satellite Continues Half-Century of Earth Observations7
Causes, Responses, and Implications of Anthropogenic versus Natural Flow Intermittence in River Networks7
Science and Management Advancements Made Possible by the USA National Phenology Network's Nature's Notebook Platform7
The Emergence of eDNA7
Behavioral Causes, Ecological Consequences, and Management Challenges Associated with Wildlife Foraging in Human-Modified Landscapes7
Researchers Continue Quest to Contain Spread of COVID-197
Advancing Equity in Faculty Hiring with Diversity Statements7
Online News Media Coverage of Sea Turtles and Their Conservation7
Rewilding the American West7
Cross-Site Comparisons of Dryland Ecosystem Response to Climate Change in the US Long-Term Ecological Research Network7
Inclusive Sustainability Approaches in Common-Pool Resources from the Perspective of Blackologists6
Values-Based Scenarios of Water Security: Rights to Water, Rights of Waters, and Commercial Water Rights6
Endemic Population Response to Increasingly Severe Fire: A Cascade of Endangerment for the Mt. Graham Red Squirrel6
Incorporating Biogeochemistry into Dryland Restoration6
From Cave Dragons to Genomics: Advancements in the Study of Subterranean Tetrapods6
Impact Indicators for Biodiversity Conservation Research: Measuring Influence within and beyond Academia6
Exploring the Effects of Geopolitical Shifts on Global Wildlife Trade6
A New Approach to Evaluate and Reduce Uncertainty of Model-Based Biodiversity Projections for Conservation Policy Formulation6
Killing the Behavioral Zombie: Genes, Evolution, and Why Behavior Isn’t Special6
Hawaii as a Microcosm: Advancing the Science and Practice of Managing Introduced and Invasive Species6
What Drives Declining Support for Long-Term Ecological Research?6
Policy Implementation Halts Deforestation in Winter Habitat of Monarch Butterflies in Mexico6
Culture and Quality Matter in Building Effective Mentorship Relationships with Native STEM Scholars6
The Olfactory Landscape Concept: A Key Source of Past, Present, and Future Information Driving Animal Movement and Decision-making6
Reconstructing Hominin Diets with Stable Isotope Analysis of Amino Acids: New Perspectives and Future Directions5
Growing Threats to the Scientific and Educational Legacies of Research Stations and Field CoursesKelly Swing, Elizabeth Braker, Peggy Fiedler, Ian Billick, Christopher Lorentz, and David Wagner5
The Impact of Field Courses on Undergraduate Knowledge, Affect, Behavior, and Skills: A Scoping Review5
The Future of Invasion Science Needs Physiology5
Knowledge Exchange and Social Capital for Freshwater Ecosystem Assessments5
Primary Drivers of Reptile Overwintering Habitat Suitability: Integrating Wetland Ecohydrology and Spatial Complexity5
O Causation, Where Art Thou?5
Unifying the Basic Models of Ecology to Be More Complete and Easier to Teach5
Context Matters: How an Ecological-Belonging Intervention Can Reduce Inequities in STEM5
Returning to “Normal”? Evolutionary Roots of the Human Prospect5
Preparing Aquatic Research for an Extreme Future: Call for Improved Definitions and Responsive, Multidisciplinary Approaches5
Evolutionary History Drives Biogeographic Patterns of Coral Reef Resilience5
Origin of the Term Biodiversity5
Biodiversity Collections, Data, and COVID5
Is Active Learning Enough? The Contributions of Misconception-Focused Instruction and Active-Learning Dosage on Student Learning of Evolution5
Implementing a Community Vision for the Future of Biodiversity Collections5
Citizen Science in Postsecondary Education: Current Practices and Knowledge Gaps5
Trivial, Interesting, or Overselling? The Microbiome and “What It Means to Be Human”5
Tragedy of the Commons: How Subtle, “Legal” Decisions Are Threatening One of the Largest Wetlands in the World5
RAD: A Paradigm, Shifting5
Anthropogenic changes to the nighttime environment5
Collaboration across Time and Space in the LTER Network5
Planetary Biosecurity: Applying Invasion Science to Prevent Biological Contamination from Space Travel4
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals4
Ready, Set, Go: Community Science Field Campaign Reveals Habitat Preferences of Nonnative Asian Earthworms in an Urban Landscape4
On the Challenges of Identifying Benthic Dominance on Anthropocene Coral Reefs4
Open Data Practices among Users of Primary Biodiversity Data4
Approaches to Forecasting Damage by Invasive Forest Insects and Pathogens: A Cross-Assessment4
Coping with Sea-Level Rise in African Protected Areas: Priorities for Action and Adaptation Measures4
Monarch Butterfly Ecology, Behavior, and Vulnerabilities in North Central United States Agricultural Landscapes4
Bridging the Research Gap between Live Collections in Zoos and Preserved Collections in Natural History Museums4
Biotic Indicators for Ecological State Change in Amazonian Floodplains4
How Gender Bias Has Shaped Reproductive Biology4
Corrigendum: The Extended Specimen Network: A Strategy to Enhance US Biodiversity Collections, Promote Research and Education4
Greater Consideration of Animals Will Enhance Coastal Restoration Outcomes4
Ecological Novelty Is Inevitable, Can Be Positive, but Needs Policy Context: A Comment on Heger and Colleagues (2019)4
Ecological Synthesis and Its Role in Advancing Knowledge4
The Importance of Data Citation3
Where Is Garlic Mustard? Understanding the Ecological Context for Invasions of Alliaria petiolata3
The Case for Community Self-Governance on Access and Benefit Sharing of Digital Sequence Information3
The Climate Emergency, Forests, and Transformative Change3
Expanding the Pulse–Reserve Paradigm to Microorganisms on the Basis of Differential Reserve Management Strategies3
Beyond Standardization: Improving External Validity and Reproducibility in Experimental Evolution3
When You Put It that Way: Framing Gender Equality Initiatives to Improve Engagement among STEM Academics3
Can Environmental and Conser­vation Research Do without Social Scientists? A Comment on Victoria Y. Martin (2019)3
The Hierarchy-of-Hypotheses Approach from a Philosophy of Science Perspective3
Teaching an Old Shell New Tricks: Extracting DNA from Current, Historical, and Ancient Mollusk Shells3
Principles for Leading, Learning, and Synthesizing in Inter- and Transdisciplinary Research3
Disconnects between Communicated Impact and Ecological Impact of Biological Invasions3
Behavioral Immunity and Social Distancing in the Wild: The Same as in Humans?3
Factors Associated with Attitudes and Knowledge of First-Semester College Students toward Climate Change3
Distinctive Connectivities of Near-Stream and Watershed-Wide Land Uses Differentially Degrade Rural Aquatic Ecosystems3
Make Open Access Publishing Fair and Transparent!3
Understanding the Impact of Equitable Collaborations between Science Institutions and Community-Based Organizations: Improving Science through Community-Led Research3
Identifying the identifiers: How iNaturalist facilitates collaborative, research-relevant data generation and why it matters for biodiversity science3
Race and Biology3
Distinct Biogeographic Phenomena Require a Specific Terminology: A Reply to Wilson and Sagoff3
Destroying and Restoring Critical Habitats of Endangered Killer Whales3
Environmental Discourse Exhibits Consistency and Variation across Spatial Scales on Twitter3
Rising from the Ashes: The Biogeographic Origins of Modern Coral Reef Fishes2
So overt it's covert: Wildlife coloration in the city2
Synergies and Trade-Offs in Reducing Impacts of Unconventional Oil and Gas Development on Wildlife and Human Health2
Integrating Social Justice into Higher Education Conservation Science2
The 2023 state of the climate report: Entering uncharted territory2
Invasive Species Policy Must Embrace a Changing Climate2
Erratum: The Impact Of Light Pollution On Bats Varies According To Foraging Guild And Habitat Context2
Human Health, Interagency Coordination, and the Need for Biodiversity Data2
Clear Language for Ecosystem Management in the Anthropocene: A Reply to Bridgewater and Hemming2
Reversing the Lens on Public Engagement with Science: Positive Benefits for Participating Scientists2
Cloud-Based Environmental Monitoring to Streamline Remote Sensing Analysis for Biologists2
Silent Scourge: Microplastics in Water, Food, and Air2
Wolf Delisting Challenges Demonstrate Need for an Improved Framework for Conserving Intraspecific Variation under the Endangered Species Act.2
Increasing biodiversity knowledge through social media: A case study from tropical Bangladesh2
Evaluation Options for Wildlife Management and Strengthening of Causal Inference2
Technological innovations enhance invasive species management in the anthropocene2
Writing Accessible Theory in Ecology and Evolution: Insights from Cognitive Load Theory2
Racist Words in Science2
Policy for Bioeconomic Growth2
Messaging Should Reflect the Nuanced Relationship between Land Change and Zoonotic Disease Risk2
Comment on Essl and colleagues (2019)2
On the Dynamic Nature of Omnivory in a Changing World2
Is Forensic Science Scientific?2
Synthetic Biology and Endangered Species2
The Internet of Things Comes to the Farm2
In Living Color: Pigment-Based Microbial Ecology At the Mineral–Air Interface2
Experimental evidence that behavioral nudges in citizen science projects can improve biodiversity data2
The Future of Bioprinting2
Collections Education: The Extended Specimen and Data Acumen2
Attitudes Toward Engagement in Citizen Science Increase Self-Related, Ecology-Related, and Motivation-Related Outcomes in an Urban Wildlife Project2
Was Henry David Thoreau a Good Naturalist? An Approach for Assessing Data from Historical Natural History Records1
Pandemic Policy in the Vaccine Era: The Long Haul Approach1
Citizen scientists can help advance the science and management of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams1
The challenges of success: Future wolf conservation and management in the United States1
Climate Crisis, Science, and Education1
Shower thoughts: why scientists should spend more time in the rain1
Measuring What We Don't Know: Biodiversity Catalogs Reveal Bias in Taxonomic Effort1
An Avid New Audience for Preprints—Extremists1
Biological Field Stations Promote Science Literacy through Outreach1
Scientists from Minority-Serving Institutions and Their Participation in Grant Peer Review1
Appealing to Faculty Gatekeepers: Motivational Processes for Intentions to Adopt an Evidence-B ased Intervention1
Evaluating Trophic Status as a Proxy of Aquatic Ecosystem Service Provisioning on the Basis of Guidelines1
Place-Based Bias in Environmental Scholarship Derived from Social–Ecological Landscapes of Fear1
AIBS Diversity Plan1
Looking Forward, Not Backward in Considering the Needs for Social Science in Wildlife Management1
In Their Own Words: John E. Burris1
Will a COVID Vaccine Be Accepted?1
Water Indeed Has Many Values, but Context and Scale Are Key1
Changing Disturbance Regimes: The New Normal?1
A Minimally Nonanthropocentric Economics: What Is It, Is It Necessary, and Can It Avert the Biodiversity Crisis?1
The virus evolves: four public health priorities for reducing the evolutionary potential of SARS-CoV-21
Food security in high mountains of Central Asia: A broader perspective1
A Professional Development Framework for Higher Education Science Faculty that Improves Student Learning1
Regional Networks of Biological Field Stations to Study Climate Change1
Advice for collaborations among natural and social scientists1
COVID-19 and the Bioeconomy1
Synthesis in Ecology1
Beyond Specimens: Research, Education, and Policy1
Understanding Inclusion1
Calendar of meetings1
The AIBS IDEA Conference1
On the Importance of Science to Society: A Call for Government Action1
Ecological Effects of Free-Roaming Horses on North American Rangelands: Response to Davies and Boyd1
Hurdles and opportunities in implementing marine biosecurity systems in data-poor regions1
Policy-Oriented Research in Invasion Science: Trends, Status, Gaps, and Lessons1
Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams are pivotal corridors for aquatic and terrestrial animals1
Building the Bioeconomy Workforce of the Future1
Global Climate Change and the Hidden Fate of African Grasslands1
The BioScience Author Survey1
Climate Change and Long-Term Ecological Research1
What does the scientific community owe future generations of biologists? Biology in the era following centuries-long anthropogenic change1
Progress in China's environmental policy in synergy with foundational giant panda conservation program1
Searching for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion1
Aversive Conditioning1
Biocontrol 2.0: A Shifting -Risk–Benefit Balance1
Collections after Retirement: Addressing the Uncertain Fate of a Lifetime's Work1
Systems in Flames: Dynamic Coproduction of Social–Ecological Processes1
Long Term Ecological Research Network Celebrates 40 Years of Discovery1
The Return of Intentional Forest Fires1
Catastrophes and Disasters: Do We Have a Scientific Infrastructure to Inform Decision-making?1
Exorcising Race and Empire from American Nature Conservation1
Sexual harassment disproportionately affects ecology and evolution graduate students with multiple marginalized identities in the United States1
Genetic Contribution to Concern for Nature and Proenvironmental Behavior1