- Growth and Reproduction of Eastern Oysters, Crassostrea Virginica, in a New York City Estuary: Implications for Restoration
- City Size, Regional Landscape Context, and Local Resource Characteristics Influence Patterns of Bee Occurrence: A Case Study From Northwestern Costa Rica
- Forest Fragmentation Effects on Ovenbird Populations in the Urban Region of Eastern Massachusetts, USA
- The Invasion of Phellodendron amurense into the Urban and Suburban Woodlands of the New York City Region
- Road Safety Implications of Moose Inhabiting an Urban-Rural Interface
- OPINION: Moving Beyond the Natives/Exotics Debate
Urban Habitats is published by the Center for Urban Restoration Ecology (CURE), a collaboration between Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Rutgers University.
Urban Habitats is an open-access electronic journal that focuses on current research on the biology of urban areas. Papers cover a range of related subject areas, including urban botany, conservation biology, wildlife and vegetation management in urban areas, urban ecology, restoration of urban habitats, landscape ecology and urban design, urban soils, bioplanning in metropolitan regions, and the natural history of cities around the world.