Frontiers of Biogeography
Introduction, Establishment, Invasion, Accommodation: innovation and disruption in biogeographic publishing
- Author(s): Dawson, Michael N
- Field, Richard
- Hortal, Joaquín
- Stigall, Alycia L.
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.21425/F59134426
Frontiers of Biogeography launched eight years ago, merging the missions of a newsletter and a book, to deliver a series of integrative and interdisciplinary volumes to a diverse community of biogeographers. The journal purposefully was pitched as a 'magazine' aiming to distinguish itself from existing biogeography journals with syntheses and prospectives that would push forward the boundaries of biogeography philosophy and practice. Here, we review the development of the journal since 2009, we survey the journal's current niche in the biogeography publishing ecosystem, and we look forward to changes in the coming year(s) that will further advance our mission to enhance your biogeographical research.