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Attention Gulf Region Researchers: The Southeastern Naturalist welcomes manuscripts related to the Gulf of Mexico Natural History and Scientific and Restoration Aspects of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill . Articles will be included within within special sections of regular journal issues and in separate theme-focused special issues, and will also be compiled as part of an ongoing online Gulf Oil Spill Special Issue Series. For more details, click here.
A quarterly peer-reviewed and edited interdisciplinary scientific journal with a regional focus on the southeastern United States (ISSN #1528-7092), published since 2002.
Featuring research articles, notes, and research summaries on terrestrial, fresh-water, and marine organisms, and their habitats.
Focusing on field ecology, biology, behavior, biogeography, taxonomy, evolution, anatomy, physiology, geology, and related fields. Manuscripts on genetics, molecular biology, archaeology, anthropology, etc., are welcome, especially if they provide natural history insights that are of interest to field scientists. Symposium proceedings are occasionally published.
Co-published with the Northeastern Naturalist (ISSN #1092-6194), published since 1997. Both journals are identical in focus, format, quality, and features. The journals together serve as a matched-pair of regional journals that provide an integrated publishing and research resource for eastern North America.
Indexed in Biological Abstracts (BIOSIS and Biosis Previews), CAB Abstracts, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Current Contents, EBSCOhost, Elsevier BIOBASE, FISHLIT, Web of Science, and Zoological Record (BIOSIS UK). Arrangements for indexing in other services are pending.
Printed by Allen Press, printer of many journals in the biological and environmental sciences, especially those whose parent organization is a member of the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS).
Available online in full-text version in the BioOne database (www.bioone.org, a collaborative effort of Allen Press, AIBS, et al.), EBSCOhost product line, and the Proquest Information and Learning databases.
Order a subscription online over a secure server or through any major subscription service. Back issues (of both the Northeastern Naturalist and its predecessor, the Maine Naturalist) are available singly or in bound sets.