Neobiota

Papers
(The TQCC of Neobiota is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Economic costs of invasive alien species across Europe145
Global guidelines for the sustainable use of non-native trees to prevent tree invasions and mitigate their negative impacts81
What are the economic costs of biological invasions? A complex topic requiring international and interdisciplinary expertise73
MAcroecological Framework for Invasive Aliens (MAFIA): disentangling large-scale context dependence in biological invasions73
The economic costs of biological invasions around the world61
The importance of assessing positive and beneficial impacts of alien species59
Detailed assessment of the reported economic costs of invasive species in Australia56
The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)’s Post-2020 target on invasive alien species – what should it include and how should it be monitored?56
Double trouble: the implications of climate change for biological invasions50
Economic costs of biological invasions within North America47
The economic costs of biological invasions in Africa: a growing but neglected threat?45
Economic costs of biological invasions in Asia43
Applying the Convention on Biological Diversity Pathway Classification to alien species in Europe42
The economic costs of biological invasions in Brazil: a first assessment41
Economic costs of invasive alien species in the Mediterranean basin39
Appropriate uses of EICAT protocol, data and classifications39
Economic costs of biological invasions in the United Kingdom36
A workflow for standardising and integrating alien species distribution data35
Biological invasions in France: Alarming costs and even more alarming knowledge gaps35
The economic costs of biological invasions in Central and South America: a first regional assessment33
A framework to support alien species regulation: the Risk Analysis for Alien Taxa (RAAT)31
A review of invasive species reporting apps for citizen science and opportunities for innovation30
Classifying the introduction pathways of alien species: are we moving in the right direction?28
Pathologists and entomologists must join forces against forest pest and pathogen invasions28
Economic costs of invasive alien species in Spain26
Improving the Environmental Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (EICAT): a summary of revisions to the framework and guidelines25
Trait–environment relationships of plant species at different stages of the introduction process24
Xylella fastidiosa invasion of new countries in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa: Ranking the potential exposure scenarios24
Economic costs of invasive species in Germany23
Origin of climatic data can determine the transferability of species distribution models23
Global costs of plant invasions must not be underestimated23
The Epidemiological Framework for Biological Invasions (EFBI): an interdisciplinary foundation for the assessment of biosecurity threats22
First synthesis of the economic costs of biological invasions in Japan21
Rapid recolonisation of feral cats following intensive culling in a semi-isolated context20
A framework for prioritising present and potentially invasive mammal species for a national list20
Frameworks used in invasion science: progress and prospects20
The biology and ecology of the invasive silver-cheeked toadfish (Lagocephalus sceleratus), with emphasis on the Eastern Mediterranean20
Interaction of traffic intensity and habitat features shape invasion dynamics of an invasive alien species (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) in a regional road network19
Impact of non-native tree species in Europe on soil properties and biodiversity: a review19
The potential current distribution of the coypu (Myocastor coypus) in Europe and climate change induced shifts in the near future19
The application of selected invasion frameworks to urban ecosystems19
Understanding uncertainty in the Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (ICAT) assessments19
Impacts of the invasive round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) on benthic invertebrate fauna: a case study from the Baltic Sea18
Multi-taxa inventory of naturalized species in Chile18
Eyes on the aliens: citizen science contributes to research, policy and management of biological invasions in Europe17
Economic impact of invasive alien species in Argentina: a first national synthesis17
Australia’s wish list of exotic pets: biosecurity and conservation implications of desired alien and illegal pet species17
Economic costs of biological invasions in terrestrial ecosystems in Russia16
DASCO: A workflow to downscale alien species checklists using occurrence records and to re-allocate species distributions across realms16
A priority-setting scheme for the management of invasive non-native species in protected areas16
Marine hitchhikers: a preliminary study on invertebrates unintentionally transported via the international pet trade15
Landscape restoration due to Xylella fastidiosa invasion in Italy: Assessing the hypothetical public’s preferences15
Perceptions of alien plants and animals and acceptance of control methods among different societal groups15
The recorded economic costs of alien invasive species in Italy15
Comparing environmental impacts of alien plants, insects and pathogens in protected riparian forests15
Some reflections on current invasion science and perspectives for an exciting future15
Distribution and pathways of introduction of invasive alien plant species in Romania14
The cost and complexity of assessing impact14
Harmonising the fields of invasion science and forest pathology14
Non-native plant drives the spatial dynamics of its herbivores: the case of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) in Europe13
Application of the Socio-Economic Impact Classification for Alien Taxa (SEICAT) to a global assessment of alien bird impacts13
Classical biological control against insect pests in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East: What influences its success?13
Reciprocal human-natural system feedback loops within the invasion process13
Between approval and disapproval: Citizens’ views on the invasive tree Ailanthus altissima and its management13
Knowledge needs in economic costs of invasive species facilitated by canalisation12
Spatial dynamics of spotted lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, invasion of the Northeastern United States12
A review of volunteers’ motivations to monitor and control invasive alien species12
Arboreta reveal the invasive potential of several conifer species in the temperate forests of western Europe12
Biological invasions in Singapore and Southeast Asia: data gaps fail to mask potentially massive economic costs12
Economic costs of invasive alien species in Mexico12
Towards an open, zoomable atlas for invasion science and beyond12
Diversity and distribution of cytochrome oxidase I (COI) haplotypes of the brown marmorated stink bug, Halyomorpha halys Stål (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae), along the eastern front of its invasive range i12
Climate change and micro-topography are facilitating the mountain invasion by a non-native perennial plant species11
The potential direct economic impact and private management costs of an invasive alien species: Xylella fastidiosa on Lebanese wine grapes11
The TOP-100 most dangerous invasive alien species in Northern Eurasia: invasion trends and species distribution modelling11
Words matter: a systematic review of communication in non-native aquatic species literature11
Leaf trait differences between 97 pairs of invasive and native plants across China: effects of identities of both the invasive and native species11
CONTAIN: Optimising the long-term management of invasive alien species using adaptive management11
What is valued in conservation? A framework to compare ethical perspectives11
Competitive ability of native and alien plants: effects of residence time and invasion status11
Border interceptions of forest insects established in Australia: intercepted invaders travel early and often11
Applying an invasion and risk framework to track non-native island floras: a case study of challenges and solutions in Hawai‘i11
Corythucha arcuata (Say, 1832) (Hemiptera, Tingidae) in its invasive range in Europe: perception, knowledge and willingness to act in foresters and citizens10
Burmese pythons in Florida: A synthesis of biology, impacts, and management tools10
Economic costs of biological invasions in Ecuador: the importance of the Galapagos Islands10
Scanning the horizon for invasive plant threats using a data-driven approach10
Pathogens co-transported with invasive non-native aquatic species: implications for risk analysis and legislation10
Invasive hornets on the road: motorway-driven dispersal must be considered in management plans of Vespa velutina10
Escape from the garden: spreading, effects and traits of a new risky invasive ornamental plant (Gaillardia aristata Pursh)10
Germination of the invasive legume Lupinus polyphyllus depends on cutting date and seed morphology10
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