... part of Eagle Hill Publications' series of natural history science journals covering eastern North America, Central and South America, the Caribbean, as well as urban areas worldwide.
The Southeastern Naturalist (Online ISSN # 1938-5412 and Print ISSN #1528-7092) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original articles focused on natural history research related to all aspects of the biology and ecology of terrestrial, freshwater, and marine organisms and the environments of the southeastern portion of North America. The journal offers:
• over 15 years experience of consistently providing timely publication of high-quality peer-reviewed research
• early online publication for prompt distribution to a global audience as part of the BioOne database, EBSCOhost product line, the Proquest Information and Learning databases,and on the journal's own website
• an efficient and responsive review process
• the capability to accommodate publication of a wide range of supplemental files in association with journal articles
• extensive experience in production of special issues based on conference proceedings, workshop or symposiums, or a thematic collection of articles. Our special issue guidelines are a good place to start if you are considering publishing an enitre issue highlighting a particular topic.
• indexing ... the Southeastern Naturalist is indexed in the Web of Science (clarivate.com), EBSCO.com, and by way of author entries in Google Scholar and Researchgate. It is included in full-text in BioOne.org and JSTOR.org.
Adopted as the Official Journal of the Association of Southeastern Biologists, the largest scientific professional organization in the Southeastern US, and offered as a special membership benefit. See the ASB website for details.
The journal is published by the Eagle Hill Institute, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation of the State of Maine (Federal tax ID # 010379899).
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