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2010 Impact Factor: 0.484*


Five Year Impact Factor: 0.626*

Acta Agriculturae
Scandinavica, Section
A Animal Science

2010 Impact Factor: 0.818*


Five Year Impact Factor: 1.102*

Animal Biotechnology

Published on behalf of the Nordic


Association of Agricultural Scientists (NJF)

Editor-in-Chief: Odd Vangen, Aas, Norway

Editor: Lawrence B. Schook, University of Illinois, USA

Volume 62, 2012, 4 issues per year

Volume 23, 2012, 4 issues per year

This journal publishes results of original research in animal science


and their applications related to the following topics: animal breeding
and genetics, animal physiology and reproduction, nutrition and
feeding, animal behaviour and welfare, general animal husbandry
and systems of production, including economic and technical
aspects, hygiene and quality of animal products.

Animal Biotechnology covers the identification and manipulation of


genes and their products, stressing applications in domesticated
animals. The journal publishes full-length articles, short research
communications, as well as appropriate reviews. The journal also
provides a forum for regulatory or scientific issues related to cell
and molecular biology, immunogenetics, transgenic animals and
microbiology.

This journal forms part of a trilogy of titles published on behalf of the


Nordic Association of Agricultural Scientists (NJF).

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2010 Impact Factor: 0.122*


Five Year Impact Factor: 0.122*

African Journal of
Herpetology

Animal Cells and


Systems

Co-published with UNISA Press on behalf


of the Herpetological Association of Africa

The official publication of


the Korean Society of
Integrative Biology

Increase
in issue
frequency
for 2012

Editor: John Measey, South African National Biodiversity Institute,


South Africa

Editor-in-Chief: Myungchull Rhee, Chungnam National University,


Korea

Volume 61, 2012, 2 issues per year

Volume 16, 2012, 6 issues per year

The African Journal of Herpetology is an interdisciplinary journal


that publishes from diverse fields and disciplines (e.g. systematics,
genetics, performance, physiology, ecology, behavioural ecology,
ethology and morphology) that pertain to African reptiles and
amphibians. The journal publishes original research articles, reviews
(including mini-reviews) and short communications and aims to
serve as an outlet for original research on the biology of African
amphibians and reptiles. There are no page charges.

This international, peer-reviewed journal publishes original papers


that cover diverse aspects of biological sciences including
Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, Developmental and
Physiological Biology, Evolution and Systematic Biology, Ecology
and Population Biology, Molecular and Cellular Biology and
Neurological and Behavioural Biology.

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2010 Impact Factor: 0.500*


Five Year Impact Factor: 0.514*

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2010 Impact Factor: 0.325*


Five Year Impact Factor: 0.335*

Aquatic Insects

2010 Impact Factor: 1.967*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 2.058*

Avian Pathology
Published on behalf of the Houghton Trust
and in association with the WVPA

Editor: Dr Arnold H. Staniczek, Staatliches Museum fr Naturkunde,


Germany

Editor-in-Chief: J. M. Bradbury, University of Liverpool, UK

Volume 34, 2012, 4 issues per year

Avian Pathology will consider original material relevant to the entire


field of infectious and non-infectious diseases of poultry and all
other birds, including infections that may be of zoonotic/food-borne
importance. Subject areas include pathology; diagnosis; detection
and characterisation of pathogens; gene sequences; epidemiology;
immune responses; vaccines; genetics in relation to disease; and
physiological and biochemical changes that are in response to
disease.

Aquatic Insects is an international journal publishing original research


on both the systematics and the ecology of aquatic insects. Since
a large number of aquatic insect species are ecological indicators,
articles in this entomological journal are also of direct relevance to
all students of aquatic ecosystems. The journal publishes original
research on systematic and ecology of aquatic insects.

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Volume 41, 2012, 6 issues per year

www.avianpathology.com

2010 Impact Factor: 1.165*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 1.575*

Archives of Animal
Nutrition

Editor-in-Chief: Ortwin Simon, Freie Universitt Berlin, Germany


Volume 66, 2012, 6 issues per year
Archives of Animal Nutrition covers the biochemical and
physiological basis of animal nutrition with emphasis laid on: protein
and acid metabolism, energy transformation, mineral metabolism,
vitamin metabolism, nutritional effects and performance criteria.
Furthermore it deals with recent developments in practical animal
feeding, feedstuff theory, mode of action of feed additives, feedstuff
preservation and feedstuff processing.

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2010 Impact Factor: 1.619*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 1.521*

Bioacoustics
The International
Journal of Animal
Sound and its
Recording

Academic Editor: Peter K. McGregor, Cornwall College, UK


Managing Editor: Richard Ranft, The British Library Sound Archive,
UK
American Editor: Andrew G. Horn, Dalhousie University, Canada
Volume 21, 2012, 3 issues per year
Bioacoustics is the only international peer-reviewed journal devoted
to the study and recording of animal sounds. It publishes reports
of original research and review articles, commentaries from major
figures in the field, profiles of research groups, relevant conference
announcements and abstracts, reviews of equipment, books and
recordings, information on wildlife sound archives and lists of recent
publications in the field of bioacoustics.

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Increased 2010 Impact Factor: 0.756*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.668*

2010 Impact Factor: 0.882*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 1.102*

Biocontrol Science
and Technology

Biological Rhythm
Research
Official journal of the
European Society for
Chronobiology

Increase
in pages for
2012

Editor-in-Chief: Mark S. Goettel, Lethbridge Research Centre,


Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Canada

Editor-in-Chief: W.J. Rietveld, The Netherlands


Co-editor: J.M. Waterhouse, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Volume 22, 2012, 12 online and 6 double print issues per year

Volume 43, 2012, 6 issues per year

Biocontrol Science and Technology presents original research and


reviews in the fields of biological pest, disease and weed control.
Areas covered by the journal include (but are not limited to): animal
pest control by natural enemies, biocontrol of plant diseases,
classical biocontrol, conservation and enhancement of natural
enemy populations, microbial pesticides, natural enemy production,
formulation, distribution and release methods and environmental
impact studies.

The principal aim of Biological Rhythm Research is to unite in one


scientific journal all reports in the field of biological rhythm research
which in the past were scattered over many scientific journals
covering a great number of different disciplines.

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2010 Impact Factor: 1.011*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 1.055*

Biodiversity

Bird Study

Official publication of the Tropical


Conservancy Organization

Published on behalf of The British Trust


for Ornithology
Ranked 8th by Impact Factor
in Ornithology

Editor-in-Chief: Glennis Lewis, Tropical Conservancy, Canada


Managing Editor: Stephen Aitken, Tropical Conservancy, Canada

Editor: Will Cresswell, University of St Andrews, UK

Volume 13, 2012, 4 issues per year

Bird Study publishes high quality papers relevant to the sphere


of interest of the British Trust for Ornithology: broadly defined
as field ornithology; especially when related to evidence-based
bird conservation. Research is especially welcome on patterns
of distribution and abundance, movements, habitat preferences,
developing field census methods, ringing and other techniques for
marking and tracking birds.

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The aim of Biodiversity is to raise an appreciation and deeper


understanding of species, ecosystems and the interconnectedness
of the living world and thereby avoid the mismanagement,
misuse and destruction of biodiversity. Articles are written for a
broad readership including scientists, educators, policy makers,
conservationists, science writers, naturalists and students.
Biodiversity aims to provide an international forum on all matters
concerning the integrity and wellness of ecosystems and the
diversity of species.

Volume 59, 2012, 4 issues per year

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2010 Impact Factor: 1.033*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 1.465*

British Poultry Science


Journal of British Poultry Science Ltd.

2010 Impact Factor: 2.178*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 2.390*

Frontiers in Life
Science
Formerly HFSP Journal
Ranked 9th by Impact Factor
in Multidisciplinary Science

Editors: P. M. Hocking and M. G. MacLeod, University of


Edinburgh, UK

Editor-in-Chief: Ralf Blossey, Centre National de la Recherch


Scientifique (CNRS), France

Volume 53, 2012, 6 issues per year

Volume 6, 2012, 4 issues per year

From its first volume in 1960, British Poultry Science has been a
leading international journal for poultry scientists and advisers to the
poultry industry throughout the world. Most typically they report the
results of biological studies with an experimental approach which
either make an original contribution to fundamental science or are of
obvious application to the industry.

Frontiers in Life Science publishes high quality, innovative research


at the frontier of biology with an emphasis on interdisciplinary
research at the interface between the life sciences and the more
quantitative sciences.

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British Poultry Abstracts:

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2010 Impact Factor: 0.571*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.797*

Ethology Ecology &


Evolution

2010 Impact Factor: 1.000*

Historical Biology
Increase
in issue
frequency
for 2012

Published on behalf of Dipartimento di


Biologia Evoluzionistica Leo Pardi, Italy

Editor-in-Chief: F. Dessi-Fulgheri, Florence, Italy

Editor-in-Chief: Gareth Dyke, University of Southampton, UK

Volume 24, 2012, 4 issues per year

Volume 24, 2012, 6 issues per year

Ethology Ecology & Evolution provides publication of research and


review articles on all aspects of animal behaviour, ecology and
evolution. Articles should emphasise the significance of the research
for understanding the function, ecology, evolution or genetics of
behaviour. Contributions are also sought on aspects of ethology,
ecology, evolution and genetics relevant to conservation.

Historical Biology provides an international outlet for high quality


papers that deal with systematics and evolutionary trends within
animal and plant groups having both living and fossil representatives.
Submissions from all fields of palaeontology, evolutionary biology
and systematics will be welcomed.

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2010 Impact Factor: 0.902*

Ichnos
An International Journal for
Plant and Animal Traces

International Journal of
Biodiversity Science,
Ecosystem Services &
Management
Formerly the International Journal of
Biodiversity Science & Management

Co-Editors: S. George Pemberton, University of Alberta, Canada


and Murray K. Gingras, University of Alberta, Canada

Editor-in-Chief: Rudolf de Groot, Wageningen University, The


Netherlands

Volume 19, 2012, 4 issues per year

Volume 8, 2012, 4 issues per year

The foremost aim of Ichnos is to promote excellence in ichnologic


research. Primary emphases centres upon the ethologic and
ecologic significance of tracemaking organisms; organismsubstrate interrelationships; and the role of biogenic processes in
environmental reconstruction, sediment dynamics, sequence or
event stratigraphy, biogeochemistry, and sedimentary diagenesis.

The International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services


& Management (IJBESM) aims to improve our understanding of
the role of biodiversity in providing ecosystem services and the
associated management systems needed to maintain biodiversity
and use ecosystem services in a sustainable manner.

www.tandfonline.com/tbsm

2010 Impact Factor: 0.489*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.545*

International Journal
of Acarology

Increase
in issue
frequency
for 2012

Editor-in-Chief: David Evans Walter, Royal Alberta Museum &


University of Alberta, Canada
Volume 38, 2012, 8 issues per year
The International Journal of Acarology publishes original work
on a wide variety of acarological subjects, including mite and
tick behaviour, biology, control, ecology, genetics, morphology,
physiology, systematics and taxonomy.

www.tandfonline.com/acarology

2010 Impact Factor: 0.791*

International Journal of
Odonatology
Official organ of the Worldwide Dragonfly
Association

Editor: Michael L. May, Rutgers University, USA


Volume 15, 2012, 4 issues per year

* 2011 Thomson Reuters, 2010 Journal Citation Reports

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International Journal of Odonatology (IJO) is aimed at providing a


publication outlet for the growing number of students of Odonata.
It addresses subjects such as the ecology, ethology, physiology,
genetics, taxonomy, phylogeny and geographic distribution of
species. Reviews are by invitation, but authors who plan to write
a review on a subject of interest to the journal are encouraged to
contact the editor.

www.tandfonline.com/tijo

2010 Impact Factor: 0.541*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.690*

International Journal of
Pest Management

2010 Impact Factor: 0.843*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.773*

Italian Journal of
Zoology
Published on behalf of the
Italian Society of Zoology
(Unione Zoologica Italiana)

Increase
in pages for
2012

Editor: Mark A. Jervis, Cardiff University, UK

Executive Editor: Ferdinando Boero, Universit del Salento, Italy

Volume 58, 2012, 4 issues per year

Volume 79, 2012, 4 issues per year

International Journal of Pest Management covers the following


scientific topics: control of pests (invertebrates, vertebrates,
weeds) and diseases of plants, fungi and their products including
biological control in all of its aspects, cultural control, varietal
control, chemical control, interference methods. Another feature
is the publication of taxonomic keys and diagnostic tools for
the identification of pests and control agents of major economic
importance.

International and peer-reviewed, Italian Journal of Zoology began life


in 1930, when it was first published under the name of Il Bollettino di
Zoologia. Italian Journal of Zoology features articles in the fields of
protozoan and animal biology and welcomes contributions from both
members and non-members of the Unione Zoologica Italiana (UZI).

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2010 Impact Factor: 0.509*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.617*

Invertebrate
Reproduction and
Development

2010 Impact Factor: 0.218*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.231*

Journal of Applied
Animal Research

Increase
in pages for
2012

Managing Editors: M.G. Bentley, Newcastle University, UK and


A.N. Hodgson, Rhodes University, South Africa

Editor-in-Chief: Anastasio Argello, Universidad de Las Palmas de


Gran Canaria, Spain

Volume 56, 2012, 4 issues per year

Volume 40, 2012, 4 issues per year

Invertebrate Reproduction & Development (IRD) presents original


research articles and notes on the reproductive and developmental
biology of the Invertebrata, both embryonic and postembryonic.
IRD welcomes papers reporting significant results obtained using
new techniques. Encouraged topic areas include: physiology,
biochemistry, functional morphology, phylogeny, behavioural and
regulatory mechanisms, including genetic, endocrine and molecular
studies.

The Journal of Applied Animal Research (JAAR) accepts manuscripts


related to animal production and fundamental aspects of genetics,
nutrition, physiology, reproduction, immunology, pathology and
animal products. Papers on cows and dairy cattle, small ruminants,
horses, pigs and companion animals will be very welcome, as well as
research involving other farm animals, aquatic and wildlife species.

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2010 Impact Factor: 0.782*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.879*

2010 Impact Factor: 0.593*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.785*

Journal of Applied
Animal Welfare
Science

Journal of Natural
History

Co-Editors: Kenneth J. Shapiro, Animals & Society Institute,


USA and Stephen L. Zawistowski, The American Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, USA

Editors: A. Polaszek, The Natural History Museum, London, UK


and A. L. Allcock, Martin Ryan Marine Science Institute, National
University of Ireland

Volume 15, 2012, 4 issues per year

Volume 46, 2012, 12 archival print issues per year

The Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science publishes reports


and articles on methods of experimentation, husbandry and care
that demonstrably enhance the welfare of nonhuman animals on
farms, in laboratories, in wildlife/zoo settings and as companions.
Each issue includes several reports covering scientific experiments
or demonstrations that present evidence relating to issues of applied
animal welfare science.

The Journal of Natural History offers original research and reviews


in evolutionary and general biology and the interaction of organisms
with their environment. While maintaining a tradition of featuring
classical taxonomic work in entomology and zoology and thereby
providing a scientific basis for the application of systematics
in biological control, agriculture, aquaculture and medical and
veterinary zoology, the journal also publishes papers on cladistics,
experimental taxonomy, parasitology, ecology and behaviour.

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2010 Impact Factor: 1.870*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 1.846*

2010 Impact Factor: 4.986*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 2.796*

New to
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for 2012

Journal of the Royal


Society of New
Zealand
A Publication of the Royal Society of
New Zealand

Editor-in-Chief: Ramaswamy H. Sarma, State University of New


York at Albany, USA

Senior Editor: Charles Daugherty, Victoria University of Wellington,


New Zealand

Volume 30, 2012, 6 issues per year

Volume 42, 2012, 4 issues per year

Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics cordially welcomes


manuscripts from active investigators in biological structure,
dynamics, interactions and expression. Over the quarter of a
century of its service to scientists, particularly in the last several
years, it has evolved to be the mainstay of publications in high end
computational science in atomic structural biology, bioinformatics,
virtual drug design, genomics and biological networks- mainly an
interdisciplinary computational journal in life sciences.

The Royal Society of New Zealand is well respected for its important
role in fostering debate and research across the applied, biological,
earth, engineering, information, medical, mathematical, physical,
social, and technological sciences. The Journal of the Royal Society
of New Zealand plays an important role in disseminating information
to researchers in universities, research institutes, and other centres
around the world.

* 2011 Thomson Reuters, 2010 Journal Citation Reports

Journal of
Biomolecular
Structure
and Dynamics

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www.tandfonline.com/tbsd

2010 Impact Factor: 1.136*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 1.342*

Accepted for inclusion in the Thomson Reuters JCR

New Zealand
Entomologist
Official publication of the
Entomological Society
of New Zealand

New to
Taylor & Francis
for 2012

New Zealand
Veterinary Journal

Scientific Editor: Darren Ward, Landcare Research, New Zealand

Managing Editor: Peter D. Jolly, VetLearn Foundation, New Zealand

Volume 35, 2012, 2 issues per year

Volume 60, 2012, 6 issues per year

The New Zealand Entomologist is a refereed journal that publishes


original scientific articles that are of significance to New Zealand
entomology. The subject may include insects, arachnids and any
other terrestrial invertebrates.

The New Zealand Veterinary Journal (NZVJ) is a high-quality peerreviewed scientific journal covering all aspects of veterinary science,
animal welfare, and animal health aspects of animal science. The
NZVJ specialises in articles on topics of particular interest and
relevance to the New Zealand veterinary profession including
pastoral animal health and production, performance horses and
infectious disease.

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2010 Impact Factor: 0.629*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.846*

New Zealand Journal


of Zoology

2010 Impact Factor: 0.164*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.270*

Oriental Insects

A Publication of the Royal Society


of New Zealand

Senior Editor: Carolyn King, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Editor: V.V. Ramamurthy, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India

Volume 39, 2012, 4 issues per year

Volume 46, 2012, 4 issues per year

The New Zealand Journal of Zoology plays an important role


in disseminating information on field-based, experimental, and
theoretical research on the zoology of the region. We welcome
submissions in all fields of zoological science concerning New
Zealand, the Pacific Basin, and Antarctica. Particular strengths
include conservation biology, insect taxonomy and pest control,
but the journals subject matter also includes ecology, physiology,
pathology, behaviour, genetics, and taxonomy.

Oriental Insects is devoted to publication of original research articles


and reviews on the taxonomy, ecology, biodiversity and evolution
of insects and other land arthropods of the Old World tropics.
Papers having a bearing on the subjects mentioned above or on
related fauna will also be accepted. Revisionary papers are given
preference.

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2010 Impact Factor: 0.596*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.643*

2010 Impact Factor: 0.338*

Ostrich
Journal of African Ornithology
Co-published with NISC in association
with the BirdLife South Africa

Studies on
Neotropical Fauna and
Environment

Scientific Editor: Dr Lizanne Roxburgh, Percy FitzPatrick Institute of


African Ornithology, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Editors-in-Chief: Anne Zillikens, Universitt Tbingen, Germany and


Wolf Engels, Universitt Tbingen, Germany

Volume 83, 2012, 3 issues per year

Volume 47, 2012, 3 issues per year

Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology is the leading ornithological


journal in Africa and publishes peer-reviewed scientific papers and
short communications (<2,000 words) on all aspects of ornithology
conducted in Africa and its associated islands and marine habitats.
Contributions reporting on avian behaviour, breeding, conservation,
demography, ecology, migration, morphology and systematics are
welcome.

The aims and scope of Studies on Neotropical Fauna and


Environment are, besides taxonomic and zoogeographic surveys,
analyses of animal communities and their relationship with biotic and
abiotic environmental conditions. This includes the fauna of both
terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems in the Neotropics.

www.tandfonline.com/snfe

www.tandfonline.com/tost

2010 Impact Factor: 1.692*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 2.009*

Published for The British Trust for


Ornithology

Editor: Chris Redfern, Newcastle University, UK


Volume 27, 2012, 2 issues per year
Ringing & Migration is the journal of the British Trust for Ornithology
Ringing Scheme. Published since 1975, the journal incorporates the
Trusts annual report on bird ringing in Britain & Ireland. The journal
welcomes papers on all aspects of bird ringing and migration studies
but gives lowest priority to papers involved with methodology alone.
Its main function is to encourage ringers to analyse and write up the
results of their work.

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Systematics and
Biodiversity
Published on behalf of the Natural History
Museum, London

Editor-in-Chief: Elliot Shubert, The Natural History Museum,


London, UK
Volume 10, 2012, 4 issues per year
Systematics and Biodiversity is devoted to whole-organism biology.
Systematics and Biodiversity documents the diversity of organisms
in all natural phyla, through taxonomic papers, while also addressing
topical issues relating to biological collections, and the principles
of systematics. It particularly emphasises the importance and
multi-disciplinary significance of systematics, with contributions
which address the implications of other fields for systematics or
which advance our understanding of other fields through taxonomic
knowledge.

www.tandfonline.com/tsab

* 2011 Thomson Reuters, 2010 Journal Citation Reports

Ringing & Migration

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Transactions of
the Royal Society of
South Africa

Veterinary Quarterly

Co-published with UNISA Press on behalf


of the Royal Society of South Africa

Editor: D. M. Avery, FFRSAf, South Africa

Editor-in-Chief: J.H. van der Kolk, The Netherlands

Volume 67, 2012, 3 issues per year

Volume 32, 2012, 4 issues per year,

Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa reflects a rich


tome of original scientific research in and beyond South Africa. The
journals strength lies in its multi- and interdisciplinary orientation,
with all scientific disciplines being well represented, including
astronomy, archaeology, botany, ethnology, climatology, mineralogy
and petrology, physics and engineering, geology, palaeontology,
irrigation, mathematics, oceanography, physiology and zoology.

Veterinary Quarterly is an international journal publishing review


articles and research in the field of animal diseases (including the
pathophysiology of a specific disease). Single case reports or short
communications describing a newly recognised disease or important
variation of a well-recognised disease are welcome.

www.tandfonline.com/tveq

www.tandfonline.com/ttrs

2010 Impact Factor: 0.483*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.529*

Tropical Zoology

Zoology and Ecology

Published on behalf
of the CNR-ISE

Formerly the Acta Zoologica Lituanica

New to
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for 2012

Editors: Giuseppe Messana, Stefano Taiti and Lorenzo Chelazzi,


Institute for the Study of Ecosystems, ISE-CNR, Italy
Volume 25, 2012, 4 online issues and 2 print issues a year
Tropical Zoology is an international journal publishing original papers
in the fields of experimental and descriptive zoology concerning
tropical areas, with particular attention to the Afrotropical Region.

www.tandfonline.com/ttzo

Published on behalf of the


Nature Research Centre

Editor-in-Chief: Mecislovas alakevicius, Institute of Ecology of


Vilnius University, Lithuania
Managing Editor: Linas Balciauskas, Institute of Ecology of Vilnius
University, Lithuania
Volume 22, 2012, 4 issues per year
Zoology and Ecology welcomes original research articles on
theoretical, experimental and methodical studies in the fields
of animal ecology, zoology, animal systematics and taxonomy,
hydrobiology, and nature conservation. Articles in related fields
(animal genetics, monitoring, ecotoxicology, climate change,
human dimensions and wildlife management) as well as in-depth
review articles and short communications are also considered for
publication.

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RElated journals
2010 Impact Factor: 3.844*
Five-Year Impact Factor: 3.987*

2010 Impact Factor: 1.578*


Five Year Impact Factor: 1.248*

Alcheringa:
An Australasian Journal
of Palaeontology
Published on behalf of the
Association of Australasian
Palaeontologists

Increase
in pages for
2012

Honorary Editor: Stephen McLoughlin, Swedish Museum of Natural


History, Sweden
Volume 36, 2012, 4 issues per year

Journal of Systematic
Palaeontology
Published on behalf of the
Natural History Museum,
London

Editor-in-Chief: Paul D. Taylor, Natural History Museum, London, UK


Volume 10, 2012, 4 issues per year

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www.tandfonline.com/talc

2010 Impact Factor: 0.398*


Five-Year Impact Factor: 0.445*

Caryologia:
International Journal of Cytology,
Cytoystematics and
Cytogenetics
New to
Published on behalf of
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2010 Impact Factor: 0.842*


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Palynology
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