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  • ISSN: 0376-8929 (Print), 1469-4387 (Online)
  • Editor: Professor Nicholas V. C. Polunin University of Newcastle, UK
  • Editorial board
Environmental Conservation is one of the longest-standing, most highly-cited of the interdisciplinary environmental science journals. It includes research papers, reports, comments and subject reviews addressing environmental natural and social science, and environmental policy and practice, informed by rigorous studies at local to global scales. The journal's scope is very broad, including issues in human institutions, ecosystem change, resource utilisation, terrestrial biomes, aquatic and marine systems, and coastal and land use management. Environmental Conservation is essential reading for all environmentalists, managers, consultants, agency workers and scientists wishing to keep abreast of current developments in environmental science. Papers selected as Editor's Choice are made freely available online.

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Environmental Conservation blog

  • Framing the Future of Environmental Conservation
  • 28 October 2020, Kevin C Elliott
  • The paper ‘Framing conservation: ‘biodiversity’ and the values embedded in scientific language, published in Environmental Conservation, has been chosen We all know that political groups are very thoughtful about how they frame the issues that matter to them.…...
  • Are zoos and aquariums collaborating or competing through partnerships?
  • 22 September 2020, Lily Maynard
  • The paper ‘Conservation networks: are zoos and aquariums collaborating or competing through partnerships?, published in Environmental Conservation, has been Like millions of people around the world, I grew up in awe of wildlife because of days up close with animals at my local zoo.…...
  • Surprisingly high biodiversity found in Sumatran forest fragments
  • 18 March 2020, Sarah Weiskopf et al.
  • The paper ‘The conservation value of forest fragments in the increasingly agrarian landscape of Sumatra’ has been chosen by the Editor-in-Chief as the The rainforests in Sumatra are among the most biodiverse places in the world, but they face considerable anthropogenic pressure.…...

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