Biswas, S.R. Spatial structure of biodiversity in a changing world.
27. Dong, H and Biswas, S.R. 2018. Negative relationship between interspecies spatial association and trait dissimilarity. Oikos Doi: 10.1111/oik.05876 (He_et_al-2018-Oikos.pdf)
26. Biswas, S.R., Mallik, A.U., Braithwaite, N.T and Biswas, P.L. 2019. Effects of disturbance type and microhabitat on species and functional diversity relationship in stream-bank plant communities. Forest Ecology and Management 432: 812-822.
25. Biswas, S.R., Biswas, P.L., Limon, S.H., Yan, E., Mingshan, X. and Khan, M.S.I. 2018. Plant invasion in the mangrove forests worldwide. Forest Ecology and Management 429: 480-492.
24. Chen, H.Y.H, Biswas, S. R., Sobey, T.M, Brassard, B.W. and Bartels, S.F. 2018. Reclamation strategies for mined forest soils and overstory drive understory vegetation. Journal of Applied Ecology 55(2): 926-936. Impact Factor: 5.301
23. Biswas, S. R., Vogt, R. J. and Sharma, S. 2017. Compositional shifts and loss of ecosystem services in freshwater fish communities under climate change scenarios. Hydrobiologia 799: 135-149. Impact Factor: 2.056
22. Biswas, S.R., MacDonald, R.L., and Chen, H.Y.H. 2016. Disturbance increases negative spatial autocorrelation in species diversity. Landscape Ecology 32(4): 823-834.Impact Factor: 3.615
21. Chen, H.Y.H., Luo, Y., Reich, P.B., Searle, E.B. and Biswas, S.R. 2016. Climate change associated trends in net biomass change are age-dependent in western boreal forests of Canada. Ecology Letters 19: 1150-1158. Impact Factor: 9.449
20. Xiaoping Guo, X., Chen, H.Y.H., Meng, M., Biswas, S.R., Ye, L. and Zhang, J. 2016. Effects of land use change on the composition of soil microbial communities in a managed subtropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management 373: 93-99. Impact Factor: 3.064
19. Mallik. A. U, Biswas, S. R., and Siegwart-Collier, L. C. 2016. Belowground interactions between Kalmia angustifolia and Piceamariana: roles of competition, root exudates and ectomycorrhizal association. Plant and Soil 403: 471- 483. Impact Factor: 3.052
18. Biswas, S. R., Mallik, A. U., Braithwaite, N. T. and Wagner, H. H. 2016. A conceptual framework for the spatial analysis of functional trait diversity. Oikos 125: 192–200. Impact Factor: 4.03
17. Biswas, S. R. and Wagner, H. H. 2015. Spatial structure in invasive Alliaria petiolata reflects restricted seed dispersal. Biological Invasions 17:3211–3223. Impact Factor: 2.473
16. Harper, K. A., Macdonald, S. E., Mayerhofer, M. S., Biswas, S. R., Esseen, P.-A., Hylander, K., Stewart, K. J., Mallik, A. U., Drapeau, P., Jonsson, B.-G., Lesieur, D., Kouki, J., Bergeron, Y. 2015. Edge influence on vegetation at natural and anthropogenic edges of boreal forests in Canada and Fennoscandia. Journal of Ecology 103: 550–562. Impact Factor: 5.813
15. Biswas, S.R., Kotanen, P.M., Kambo, D. and Wagner 2015. Context-dependent patterns, determinants and demographic consequences of herbivory in an invasive species. Biological Invasions 17:165–178. Impact Factor: 2.473
14. Biswas, S. R. and Wagner, H. H. 2014. A temporal dimension to the stress gradient hypothesis for intraspecific interactions. Oikos 123: 1323–1330. Impact Factor: 4.03
13. Biswas, S.R. and Wagner, H.H. 2012. Landscape contrast: a solution to hidden assumptions in the metacommunity concept? Landscape Ecology 27:621-631. Impact Factor: 3.615
12. Biswas, S.R., Mallik, A.U. and Khan M.S.I. 2012. Invaders control on post-disturbance succession in coastal mangroves. Journal of Plant Ecology 5(2): 157-166. Impact Factor: 1.754
11. Biswas, S.R. and Mallik, A.U. 2011. Species diversity and functional diversity relationship varies with disturbance intensity. Ecosphere 2(4):art52. doi:10.1890/ES10-00206.1 Impact Factor: 2.49
10. Biswas, S.R. and Mallik, A.U. 2010. Disturbance effects on species diversity and functional diversity in riparian and upland plant communities. Ecology 91(1): 28-35 Impact factor: 4.809
9. Biswas, S.R., Mallik, A.U., Choudhury, J.K. and Nishat, A. 2009. A unified framework for the restoration of Southeast Asian mangroves - bridging ecology, society and economics. Wetlands Ecology and Management 17: 365-383. Impact Factor: 1.508
8. Rashid, S.H., Biswas, S.R., Bocker, R. and Kruse, M. 2009. Mangrove community recovery potential after catastrophic disturbances in Bangladesh. Forest Ecology and Management 257: 923-930. Impact Factor: 3.064
7. Biswas, S.R., Choudhury, J.K., Nishat, A. and Rahman, M. 2007. Do invasive plants threaten the Sundarbans mangrove forest of Bangladesh? Forest Ecology and Management 245 (1/3): 1-9. Impact Factor: 3.064
6. Biswas, S.R. and Choudhury, J.K. 2007. Forest and Forestry in Bangladesh: the question of sustainability. International Forestry Review 9(2): 627-640. Impact Factor: 1.308
5. Biswas, S.R. and Misbahuzzaman, K. 2008. Tree species diversity and regeneration traits of the dominant species in a dipterocarp forest in Bangladesh: implications for conservation. International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 4(2):81-91.
4. Biswas, S.R. 2007. Anthropogenic influences in the natural dipterocarp forests of Bangladesh. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 33(1): 41-52.
3. Biswas, S.R. and Misbahuzzaman, K. 2006. Structural composition of trees based on diameter class distribution in a dipterocarp dominated natural forests of Bangladesh. Indian Forester 132(9):1083-1089.
2. Nishat, A. and Biswas, S.R. 2005. Community based restoration of degraded tropical hill forests: experiences from Krykhong para, Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh. Bulletin of the National Institute of Ecology, India 16: 1-11.
1. Khan, M.N.I., Biswas, S.R. and Hoque, A.K.F. 2000.Assessment of various pre-sowing treatments on germination of Teak seeds in Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies 2(1): 135-140.