The ecosystems of many water bodies around the world are under threat from aquatic invasive species. Scholars interested in this pervasive problem may want to check out the international peer-reviewed journal Aquatic Invasions. Established in 2006, this open-access journal offers readers "academic research of biological invasions in both inland and coastal water ecosystems from around the world." Aquatic Invasions publishes scientific research focusing on topics such as the population dynamics, dispersal patterns, and ecological impacts of non-native species. Recent articles include studies in the Netherlands, the Gulf of Maine, and Croatia. This journal is published by the Regional Euro-Asian Biological Invasions Centre in Finland, and Kit Magellan of the University of Hong Kong is its editor-in-chief, supported by an international editorial board. Aquatic Invasions is one of the official journals for the International Association for Open Knowledge on Invasive Alien Species (INVASIVESNET), and it is indexed by databases such as EBSCO, Thomson Reuters, and DOAJ.
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