IALE Journal "Landscape Ecology"
IALE works in close collaboration with Springer to produce the major journal in the field, Landscape Ecology. First published in 1987, Landscape Ecology has become the flagship journal in the fields of landscape ecology and sustainability science of landscapes.
Landscape Ecology publishes theoretical, methodological, and empirical studies that help better understand and improve the ecology and sustainability of landscapes. The journal welcomes manuscripts that focus on:
Landscape Ecology publishes several types of papers such as Research Articles, Perspectives, Reviews, and Short Communications. As timely assessments of key topics in landscape ecology are critically important for advancing the theory and practice of the field, the journal encourages the submission of reviews and perspective articles that synthesize existing knowledge and ideas, critique existing perspectives and approaches, and explore new research frontiers. We also offer incentives to students and Early Career Researchers when their Perspectives or Reviews paper is accepted for publication. In addition, Short Communications are designed for rapid publications of novel research results as well as new methods and techniques.
Landscape Ecology is the key barometer of how the field is progressing and, therefore, accepts the best papers that represent your science and your profession. Learn more about the Landscape Ecology journal and submit your paper today!
Feel free to contact Editor-in-Chief Dr. Jianguo (Jingle) Wu (Jingle.Wu@asu.edu) or Springer Editor Takeesha Moerland-Torpey (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about Landscape Ecology!
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