Society for Conservation Biology
Since the inception of Conservation Biology in 1987, the journal has published groundbreaking papers and has been instrumental in defining issues that contribute to the science and practice of conserving Earth’s biological diversity. Consistent with the mission and goals of the Society, the journal promotes the highest standards of quality and ethics in conservation research and encourages communication of results to facilitate their application to management, policy, and education.
Conservation Biology is the most influential and frequently cited journal in its field. The journal publishes groundbreaking papers and is instrumental in defining the key issues contributing to the science and practice of conserving Earth’s biological diversity.
Conservation Biology welcomes submissions that address the science and practice of conserving Earth's biological diversity. We encourage submissions that emphasize issues germane to any of Earth's ecosystems or geographic regions and that apply diverse approaches to analyses and problem solving. Nevertheless, manuscripts with relevance to conservation that transcend the particular ecosystem, species, or situation described will be prioritized for publication.
Online access is by subscription only. Members of the Society for Conservation Biology can access all volumes of the journal on the journal's web page on Wiley Online Library. Institutional subscribers can access some or all volumes, depending on their institution's subscription.
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