International Association
for Open Knowledge
on Invasive Alien Species
Individual Member Profile
Dr. Ben Hoffmann Principal Research Scientist
Position in the INVASIVESNET Associate Member
Associate Editor of BioInvasions Records
Expertise Ben's main research interests are invasion ecology, managing invasive species, and general community ecology especially for sustainable land management (bioindication), and he has a particular research focus on ants. His work has been cited more than 2300 times. Dr Hoffmann is an invited member of the IUCN Invasive Species Specialist Group, represents CSIRO on the National Biosecurity Management Consultative Committee, and is on the scientific advisory committees for multiple invasive ant eradication programs. He is the Australian contact for the Australian-USA Joint Committee Meetings initiatives, and a member of the Pacific Invasives Partnership helping to drive biosecurity initiatives throughout the Pacific.
Expertise Keywords
ant eradication biosecurity ecology management
Australia Pacific
Online databases
Editorial assignments 2011-ongoing, Associate Editor, Biodiversity and Conservation 2012-ongoing, Associate Editor, Ecological Management and Restoration 2013-ongoing, Editorial Board, Austral Ecology 2013-ongoing, Associate Editor, Bulletin of Entomological Research 2013-2016, Associate Editor, Journal of Insects 2017 ongoing, Editorial Board, Bioinvasions Records
Reviewing experience too many to list
Professional societies Ecological Society of Australia
Expert networks and working groups
Professional social networks
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