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Journal of Insect Conservation

Springer Netherlands

 Journal of Insect Conservation

Publisher : Springer Netherlands

Informations sur le journal

International in scope and audience, the Journal of Insect Conservation publishes articles on the conservation of insects and related invertebrates. The papers presented touch on all aspects of conservation and biodiversity of insects and closely related groups such as Arachnids and Myriapods, including ecological work with conservation implications. Articles focus on both theoretical and practical topics, addressing the subject at the community, population and species level. Coverage includes aspects of behaviour, taxonomy and genetics, and ranges from local to global. Review articles are included, as well as points of view which are likely to stimulate debate.

The journal is produced in association with Butterfly Conservation, a wildlife charity dedicated to the conservation of lepidoptera and their habitats which was closely involved in developing its concept.

Accès en ligne Springerlink

Disponible à partir de Volume 1, Number 1 / March, 1997

Recherche Springerlink (2012)
arid : 43 Article (s) Found
desert : 29 Article (s) Found
drought : 37 Article (s) Found

Par article en ligne
Abstract  : gratuit
Full text PDF HTML (2007)  : 32 $
Full text PDF HTML (2012)  : Individual Article (Electronic Only) EUR 34.95

 Accès gratuit pour les Pays en Développement / Free Access in the Developing World

Free online access to this journal is available within institutions in the developing world through the : AGORA (Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture) with the the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO)

The AGORA Publisher Partners offer :
free access to relevant institutions in the Band 1 countries
and low cost access to the Band 2 countries.

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