JVS has already been here for three decades. Its contents reflect the development of vegetation science over this period, but also indicate the future horizons. We initiated a discussion of the current and past Chief Editors, aiming to identify the most important trends in the past decades, and projections for the future. Our views are summarized in the Editorial.
- Abandonment of traditional saltworks facilitates degradation of halophytic plant communities and Carpobrotus edulis invasion March 13, 2019
- The new issue 2019/1 of Applied Vegetation Science is out February 28, 2019
- Journal of Vegetation Science starts Volume 30! February 28, 2019
- A comparison of phylogenetic and species beta diversity measures describing vegetation assemblages along an elevation gradient February 21, 2019