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BGjournal Archive

BGJournalWelcome to the online archive of BGjournal.

BGjournal began in 2004. Before that, BGCI produced BGCNews, which is also archived here.

Articles are published online six months after publication. BGCI Members receive our publications in electronic or printed form.

Please browse the journal archives by year using the drop-down menu.

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Publication Year: 
Jul 2007: The response of botanic gardens to climate change by David Bramwell
Jul 2007: The Millennium Seed Bank Project delivering Target 8 of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation by Paul P. Smith, Clare Trivedi, Anne Cochrane, Andrew Crawford and Michael Way
Jul 2007: Research on biodiversity and climate change at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh by Christopher Ellis and Mary Gibby
Jul 2007: Report on 3rd Global Botanic Gardens Congress Wuhan, China by Etelka Leadlay
Jul 2007: The potential impact of climate change on native plant diversity in Ireland by Peter S. Wyse Jackson
Jul 2007: Editorial - Responding to climate change by Sara Oldfield
Jul 2007: Climate change and Africa: an ecological perspective by Jon C. Lovett
Jul 2007: Chicago Botanic Garden’s conservation and outreach efforts on climate change by Kayri Havens, Pati Vitt and Jennifer Schwarz
Jul 2007: Case studies on the effect of climate change on the flora of Mexico by O. Téllez, P. Dávila, M. Ayala, K. Gutiérrez & I. Melchor
Jan 2007: Editorial by Sara Oldfield
Jan 2007: The legacy of Linnaeus by Magnus Lidén
Jan 2007: Linnaean names and their types: a permanent reference point by Charlie Jarvis
Jan 2007: Taxonomy is the tool that measures plant diversity – and our level of knowledge by Charlotte M. Taylor
Jan 2007: The Catalogue of Life: indexing the world’s species by Karen L. Wilson & Frank Bisby
Jan 2007: Botanical buffet - the importance of living collections for plant systematics by Tim Entwisle