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Forest Ecosystems

Forest Ecosystems

Editor-in-Chief: K.v. Gadow; W. Yin

ISSN: 2197-5620 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40663

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  • A new launched open access journal, which provides free access to its articles about protected and managed forest ecosystems
  • Publishes reviews, full original papers and short communications
  • Sponsored by Beijing Forestry University

Forest Ecosystems is an open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing scientific communications from any discipline that can provide interesting contributions about the structure and dynamics of "natural" and "domesticated" forest ecosystems, and their services to people. The journal welcomes innovative science as well as application oriented work that will enhance understanding of woody plant communities. Very specific studies are welcome if they are part of a thematic series that provides some holistic perspective that is of general interest.

Related subjects » Ecology - Forestry

Impact Factor: 2.426 (2017) * 

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    Forest Ecosystems is an open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing scientific communications from any discipline that can provide interesting contributions about the structure and dynamics of "natural" and "domesticated" forest ecosystems, and their services to people. The journal welcomes innovative science as well as application oriented work that will enhance understanding of woody plant communities. Very specific studies are welcome if they are part of a thematic series that provides some holistic perspective that is of general interest.

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