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Conservation Letters

Submit your manuscript to Conservation Letters for maximum exposure

Fast, global and policy-relevant, Conservation Letters is a new, online-only scientific journal, published on behalf of the Society for Conservation Biology. Publishing empirical and theoretical research with significant implications for the conservation of biological diversity, the journal will draw on knowledge, tools and interactions from many disciplines - geography, ecology, evolution, mathematics, economics, psychology, sociology and anthropology among them.

Three types of article are published in Conservation Letters:

  • Letters: novel findings with high relevance for practice or policy
  • Mini-Reviews: overviews of emerging subjects that merit urgent coverage or succinct syntheses of important topics that are rarely encountered in the mainstream literature
  • Policy Perspectives: brief essays for a general audience on issues related to conservation and society
  Conservation Letters

Reasons to publish in Conservation Letters:

  • Free online access to all in 2008
  • No submission fees or page charges
  • Free color
  • All manuscripts peer-reviewed within 6 weeks with a submission-to-publication turnaround target of 4-5 months
  • Fast-track option also available with approval from the Editors-in-Chief
  • Rapid publication and short, high-impact articles put key findings in front of policy makers in time to influence outcomes
  • Online manuscript submission
  • OnlineEarly publication
  • Dedicated to building real-world conservation capacity by integrating biosciences and social sciences

Conservation Letters welcomes manuscripts in all biomes (marine, terrestrial, and freshwater), ecosystems, and cultural settings.

How to submit your research:
Conservation Letters offers an easy-to-use online submission system. Please visit: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/conl

For further information about Conservation Letters and how to submit your manuscript, please visit the journal website: www.conservationletters.com


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