Open minded and open access: introducing NeoBiota, a new peer-reviewed journal of biological invasions

Kühn, Ingolf
Kowarik, Ingo
Kollmann, Johannes
Starfinger, Uwe
Bacher, Sven
Blackburn, Tim M.
Bustamante, Ramiro O.
Celesti-Grapow, Laura
Chytrý, Milan
Colautti, Robert I.
Essl, Franz
Foxcroft, Llewellyn C.
Gollasch, Stephan
Hierro, José
Hufbauer, Ruth A.
Hulme, Philip E.
Jarošík, Vojtěch
Jeschke, Jonathan M.
Karrer, Gerhard
Mack, Richard N.
Molofsky, Jane
Murray, Brad R.
Nentwig, Wolfgang
Osborne, Bruce
Pyšek, Petr
Rabitsch, Wolfgang
Rejmánek, Marcel
Roques, Alain
Shaw, Richard
Sol, Daniel
Kleunen, Mark van
Lippe, Moritz von der
Wolfe, Lorne M.
Penev, Lyubomir
The Editorial presents the focus, scope, policies, and the inaugural issue of NeoBiota, a new open access peer-reviewed journal of biological invasions. The new journal NeoBiota is a continuation of the former NEOBIOTA publication series. The journal will deal with all aspects of invasion biology and impose no restrictions on manuscript size neither on use of color. NeoBiota implies an XML-based editorial workflow and several cutting-edge innovations in publishing and dissemination, such as semantic markup of and enhancements to published texts, data publication, and extensive cross-linking within the journal and to external sources ​
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