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The Society of Island Biology is now on Twitter

The Society of Island Biology is now on Twitter! You can follow us or share our content to spread island topics in the twitterverse. Our Twitter...

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Study reveals extent of human impact on the world’s plant-life

Nogué, S., Santos, A.M.C., Birks, H.J.B., Björck, S., Castilla-Beltrán, A., Connor, S., de Boer, E.J., de Nascimento, L., Fernández-Palacios,...

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News the newly founded Society of Island Biology

Dear colleague, As you may remember, in July 2019, during the final day of the 3rd International Symposium on Island Biology, held in Saint-Denis (La...

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The next ISLAND BIOLOGY Conference will be in Wellington 2023

It was recently decided by the Society of Island Biology (SIB), that the next ISLAND BIOLOGY conference will be in Wellington (new Zealand), possibly...

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Azorean Biodiversity Group (cE3c): 2020 Annual Report

In 2020, the main achievements of the 24 integrated members with Ph.D. of ABG-cE3c included 127 publications, 64 of which in International Indexed...

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Island biodiversity best conserved in inaccessible landscapes

Islands contribute enormously to global biodiversity, but are threatened by human activities. To understand why some islands have been more impacted...

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Conservation of Azorean relict invertebrates

Last month snail and arthropod experts, farmers, government officials, tourist guides and SSC reps gathered on the island of Santa Maria, Azores, for...

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Insect decline in Europe

It’s no secret that many insects are struggling worldwide. But we could fix these insects’ problems, according to more than 70 scientists from 21...

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