Other sites

Skip to content. | Skip to navigation



DIVERSITAS Publications in 2001

Czech B and Krausman PR. 2001. The Endangered Species Act: history, conservation biology and public policy. In: (Eds). The Endangered Species Act: history, conservation biology and public policy. Johns Hopkins University Press. i-xvii, 1-212

GISP. 2001. Mesoamerica and the Caribbean: Invasives in Mesoamerica and the Caribbean. IUCN - The World Conservation Union. San José, Costa Rica. 58p.

GISP. 2001. Invasive Alien Species: A Toolkit of Best Prevention and Management Practices. CAB International. Wallingford, Oxon, UK. 241p.

GISP. 2001. Prevention and management of Invasive Alien Species: Proceedings of a workshop on forging cooperation throughout South America. Global Invasive Species Programme. Brasilia, Brazil.

Jaume D and Humphreys WF. 2001. A new genus of epacteriscid calanoid copepod from an anchialine sinkhole on northwestern Australia. Journal of Crustacean Biology. 21(1):157-169

Jaume D, Boxshall GA and Humphreys WF. 2001. New stygobiont copepods (Calanoida; Misophrioida) from Bundera sinkhole, an anchialine cenote on north-western Australia. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 133(1-24)

Körner C, Spehn EM and Messerli B. 2001. Mountain biodiversity matters: Executive summary of the Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment Conference 2000. Global Mountain Biodiversity Assessment (GMBA). Institute of Botany, University of Basel, Switzerland.

McNeely JA, Mooney HA, Neville LE, Schei P and Waage JK. 2001. Global Strategy on Invasive Alien Species. IUCN on behalf of the Global Invasive Species Programme. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK 62p.

McNeely JA. 2001. The Great Reshuffling: Human Dimensions of Invasive Alien Species. IUCN. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. 242p.

Perrings C, Williamson MH and Dalmazzone S. 2001. The Economics of Biological Invasions. Edward Elgar Pub. 264p.

Proudlove G, Medina-Gonzalez R, Chumba-Segura L and Iliffe T. 2001. Threatened fishes of the world: Ogilbia pearsei (Hubbs, 1938) (Bythitidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes. 62(1-3):214-214

Reaser JK, Neville LE and Svart HE. 2001. Management of Invasive Alien Species: Forging Cooperation in the Baltic/Nordic Region. The Global Invasive Species Programme (GISP). Copenhagen, Denmark. 36p.

Riede K. 2001. The Global Register of Migratory Species- Database. Federal Agency for Nature Conservation. Bonn. 320p.

Van Dover CL, Humphris SE, Fornari D, Cavanaugh CM, Collier R, Goffredi SK, Hashimoto J, Lilley MD, Reysenbach AL, Shank TM, Von Damm KL, Banta A, Gallant RM, Gotz D, Green D, Hall J, Harmer TL, Hurtado LA, Johnson P, McKiness ZP, Meredith C, Olson E, Pan IL, Turnipseed M, Won Y, Young CR and Vrijenhoek RC. 2001. Biogeography and ecological setting of Indian Ocean hydrothermal vents. Science. 294(5543):818-823

Van Dover CL. 2001. To boldly go where no plant has yet been found. Nature. 413(6851):16-16

Wall D, Mooney H, Adams G, Boxshall G, Dobson A, Nakashizuka T, Seyani J, Samper C and Sarukhan J. 2001. An International Biodiversity Observation Year. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 16(1):52-54

DIVERSITAS Endorsed Projects Publications in 2001

Bertin L, Dellavedova R, Gualmini M, Rossi G and Tomaselli M. 2001. Monitoring plant diversity in the Northern Apennines, Italy. The GLORIA project. Archivio Geobotanico. 7(1):71-74

Grabherr G, Gottfried M and Pauli H. 2001. Long-term monitoring of mountain peaks in the Alps. In: Burga CA and Kratochwil A (Eds). Biomonitoring: General and applied aspects on regional and global scales. Tasks for Vegetation Science, Kluwer. 153-177

Pauli H, Gottfried M and Grabherr G. 2001. High summits of the Alps in a changing climate. The oldest observation series on high mountain plant diversity in Europe. In: Walther G-R, Burga CA and Edwards PJ (Eds). "Fingerprints" of climate change - adapted behaviour and shifting species ranges. Kluwer Academic Publisher. 139-149

(back to top)

DIVERSITAS Publications in 1991-2000

Bisby FA. 2000. The quiet revolution: Biodiversity Informatics on the Internet. 289(5488):2309-2312

Commission SAUSoAB-N. 2000. Best Management Practices for Preventing and Controlling Invasive Alien Species: Symposium on Policies and Implementation. South Africa / United States of America Bi-National Commission. Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Cape Town, South Africa.

Everett RA. 2000. Patterns and pathways of biological invasions. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 15(5):177-178

ICIPE. 2000. Invasive Species in Eastern Africa: Proceedings of a workshop held at ICIPE ICIPE Science Press. Nairobi, Kenya. 113p.

Jaume D, Cartes JE and Boxshall GA. 2000. Shallow-water and not deep-sea as most plausible origin for cave-dwelling Paramisophria species (Copepoda: Calanoida: Arietellidae), with description of three new species from Mediterranean bathyal hyperbenthos and littoral caves. 68(4):205-244

Lowe S, Browne M and Boudjelas S. 2000. 100 of the World's Worst invasive Alien Species: a Selection from the Global Invasive Species Database. ISSG - The Invasive Species Specialist Group 10p.

Malakoff D. 2000. Marine census - Grants kick off ambitious count of all ocean life. Science. 288(5471):1575-1576

Mooney HA and Hobbs RJ. 2000. Invasive species in a changing world. In: (Eds). Invasive species in a changing world. Island Press. i-xv, 1-457

Reid WV. 2000. Ecosystem data to guide hard choices. Issues in Science and Technology. 16(3):37-44

Ryder OA, McLaren A, Brenner S, Zhang YP and Benirschke K. 2000. Ecology - DNA banks for endangered animal species. Science. 288(5464):275-+

Ryder OA, McLaren A, Zhang YP, Brenner S and Benirschke K. 2000. Preservation of DNA from endangered species - Response. Science. 289(5480):726-727

Shine C, Williams N and Gündling L. 2000. A Guide to Designing Legal and Institutional Frameworks on Alien Invasive Species. IUCN - The World Conservation Union. 152p.

Symstad AJ. 2000. A test of the effects of functional group richness and composition on grassland invasibility. Ecology. 81(1):99-109

Wolters V, Silver WL, Bignell DE, Coleman DC, Lavelle P, Van der Putten WH, De Ruiter P, Rusek J, Wall DH, Wardle DA, Brussaard L, Dangerfield JM, Brown VK, Giller KE, Hooper DU, Sala O, Tiedje J and Van Veen JA. 2000. Effects of global changes on above- and belowground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: Implications for ecosystem functioning. Bioscience. 50(12):1089-1098

Ayensu E, Claasen DV, Collins M, Dearing A, Fresco L, Gadgil M, Gitay H, Glaser G, Lohn CL, Krebs J, Lenton R, Lubchenco L, McNeely JA, Mooney HA, Pinstrup-Andersen P, Ramos M, Raven P, Reid WV, Samper C, Sarukhan J, Schei P, Tundisi JG, Watson RT, Xu GH and Zakri AH. 1999. Ecology - International ecosystem assessment. Science. 286(5440):685-686

Dukes JS and Mooney HA. 1999. Does global change increase the success of biological invaders? Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 14(4):135-139

Grassle JF. 1999. The Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS): an on-line worldwide atlas for accessing, modeling and mapping marine biological data in a multidimensional context. . Oceanography. 13(3):5-7

ICIPE. 1999. East Africa: Invasive Species in Eastern Africa: Proceedings of a workshop ICIPE - International centre of insect physiology and ecology

Mooney HA. 1999. A global strategy for dealing with alien invasive species. In: (Eds). Population and Community Biology Series. 407-418

Mooney H. 1999. The Global Invasive Species Program (GISP). Biological Invasions. 1:97-98

Baskin Y and Ehrlich PR. 1998. The Work of Nature: How the Diversity of Life Sustains Us. Island Press.

Baskin Y. 1998. Winners and losers in a changing world. Bioscience. 48(10):788-792

Richard W and Dean J. 1998. Space invaders: modelling the distribution, impacts and control of alien organisms. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 13(7):256-8

1997. New Scope on Boreal Ecosystems in East Siberia: Proceedings of the International Workshop, 23-25 November 1994, Kyoto, Japan. International Network for DIVERTSITAS in Western Pacific and Asia (DIWPA). 179p.

Baskin Y. 1997. The work of nature: How The Diversity Of Life Sustains Us. Island Press. 285p.

Neronov VM. 1997. The outlook for the international system of monitoring biodiversity under the DIVERSITAS Program. Russian Journal of Ecology. 28(2):131-135

Mooney HA, International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Problems of the E and United Nations Environment P. 1996. Functional roles of biodiversity: a global perspective. Wiley.

Mooney HA, Cushman JH, Medina E, Sala OE and Schulze E-D. 1996. Functional roles of biodiversity: a global perspective. John Wiley & Sons. 518p.

Solbrig OJ. 1996. Biodiversity and savannah ecosystem processes: to global perspectives.

Vitousek PM, Loope LL and Adsersen H. 1995 Biological Diversity and Ecosystem Function on Islands. Springer-Verlag. Berlin.

Chapin FS and Körner C. 1995. Arctic and alpine biodiversity: Patterns, Causes and Ecosystem Consequences (Ecological Studies). Springer. 350p.

Davis GW and Richardson DM. 1995. Mediterranean-type ecosystems: the function of biodiversity. Springer. 384p.

Vitousek PM, Loope LL and Adsersen H. 1995. Islands : biological diversity and ecosystem function / Peter M. Vitousek, Lloyd L. Loope, Henning Adsersen (eds.). Springer-Verlag. New York :.

Schulze E-D and Mooney HA. 1994. Biodiversity and ecosystem function. Springer. 556p.

DIVERSITAS Endorsed Projects Publications in 1991-2000

Grabherr G, Gottfried M and Paull H. 2000. GLORIA: A Global Observation Research Initiative in Alpine environments. Mountain Research and Development. 20(2):190-191

Gottfried M, Pauli H, Reiter K and Grabherr G. 1999. A fine-scaled predictive model for changes in species distribution patterns of high mountain plants induced by climate warming. Diversity and Distributions. 5(6):241-251

Pauli H, Gottfried M and Grabherr G. 1999. Vascular plant distribution patterns at the low-temperature limits of plant life - the alpine-nival ecotone of Mount Schrankogel (Tyrol, Austria). Phytocoenologia. 29(3):297-325

Gottfried M, Pauli H and Grabherr G. 1998. Prediction of vegetation patterns at the limits of plant life: A new view of the alpine-nival ecotone. Arctic and Alpine Research. 30(3):207-221

Pauli H, Gottfried M and Grabherr G. 1996. Effects of climate change on mountain ecosystems - upward shifting of alpine plants. World Resource Review. 8(3):382-390

Gottfried M, Pauli H and Grabherr G. 1994. Die Alpen im "Treibhaus": Nachweise für das erwärmungsbedingte Höhersteigen der alpinen und nivalen Vegetation. Jahrbuch des Vereins zum Schutz der Bergwelt. 59(13-27

Grabherr G, Gottfried M and Pauli H. 1994. Climate effects on mountain Plants Nature. 369(6480):448-448

(back to top)

Document Actions
Personal tools