A journal linking science and practice.
Ecological Management and Restoration (EMR) aims to bridge the gap between the ecologist's perspective and field manager's experience.
This innovative new journal combines a highly readable style with scientifically credible material. EMR answers the growing need among land managers for reliable, relevant information and acknowledges the need for two-way communication in devising new hypotheses, sound experimentation, effective treatments and reliable monitoring. Original contributions are encouraged from both scientists and practitioners on a wide range of geographic and subject areas.
Topic areas include:
Improved management and restoration of plant communities, fauna and habitat; coastal, marine and riparian zones; restoration ethics and philosophy; planning; monitoring and assessment; policy and legislation; landscape pattern and design; integrated ecosystems management; socio-economic issues and solutions; techniques and methodology; threatened species; genetic issues; indigenous land management; weeds and feral animal control; landscape arts and aesthetics; education and communication; community involvement.
Contact the Managing Editor: EMReditor@ecolsoc.org.au
Ecological Management and Restoration is published by Wiley-Blackwell
Their site includes information about:
- aims, scope, indexing, abstracting and copyright
- tables of contents
- institutional subscription rates and order form
- instructions for authors
ESA Members are entitled to full access of EMR journals as part of the ESA membership subscription.