We are proud to announce that Taylor & Francis will take on publication of Zoology and Ecology on behalf of the Nature Research Centre with effect from Volume 22, 2012.
Zoology and Ecology publishes research on all aspects of vertebrate and invertebrate zoology and ecology to a broad audience of scientists, nature conservationists, students, other professional ecologists and zoologists not only from Eastern Europe and Baltic countries.
With Taylor & Francis, the journal will see a number of improvements, including online access moving to the Taylor & Francis Online platform. This will bring benefits including HTML versions of articles, forward citation linking and online publication of articles ahead of the print issue through OnlineFirst. Taylor & Francis will add global reach and visibility to the journal’s traditional research strengths, providing authors and readers with an even better publishing experience.
Taylor & Francis is committed to the current Editorial policy and this will remain under the exclusive control of the journal Editors, in conjunction with Nature Research Centre. Linas Balciauskas, Editor in Chief, commented: ‘The Zoology and Ecology team is excited at the opportunity this new partnership gives to our journal.’
Rod Cookson, Editorial Director for Earth, Biological and Environmental Science journals at Taylor & Francis, added: ‘We are excited to be bringing stimulating and progressive research from Zoology and Ecology to the widest global audience. We look forward to a long and productive partnership with the Nature Research Centre.’