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Range and Scope

Geographical region covered - The Urban Naturalist covers all aspects of the natural history sciences of urban and suburban areas worldwide.

Manuscript subject matter - The journal welcomes manuscripts based on original field research and observation as well as research summaries and general interest articles on topics of significance to field biologists worldwide. Subject areas include, but are not limited to, field ecology, biology, behavior, biogeography, restoration ecology, wildlife and fisheries management, taxonomy, evolution, anatomy, physiology, geology, and related fields as they occur in urban settings. Strictly lab, modeling, and simulation studies on natural history aspects of urban areas, without any field component, will also be considered for publication as long as the research has direct and clear significance to field naturalists and the manuscript discusses these implications.

Special issues - The Urban Naturalist welcomes proposals for special issues that are based on a series of invitational articles or on conference proceedings. Special issue editors can rely on the journal staff’s years of experiences in efficiently handling most details relating to the publication of special issues.

 

 



Submit a manuscript

We welcome submissions of manuscripts. Please consider the following guidelines.

Submission Guidelines

Formatting Guidelines

If you have questions, please contact one of the Co-Editors

Joscha Beninde

Ian MacGregor-Fors

or the Publisher

Joerg-Henner Lotze

 

Access Journal Content

The Urban Naturalist is currently offering open access to its contents.

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Urban Habitats Archived Content

The Urban Naturalist has grown out of the fertile ground of Brooklyn Botanic Garden's journal Urban Habitats, which is no longer active. We have agreed to steward the archives of all of the past published content of the Urban Habitats, which remains open access. ... Archives

 

Copyright Policy

The Eagle Hill Institute reserves the copyright to the content of its journals. Any reproduction in print or electronic format, other than for an individual's own personal and private use, is prohibited without written permission from the Institute.

Authors are provided a print-quality pdf file of their article with permission to post the file on their personal and their institution’s website.