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African Journal of Soil Science

International Scholars Journals (ISJ)

African Journal of Soil Science

Publisher  : International Scholars Journals (ISJ)

International Scholars Journals (ISJ) is a vibrant community of scholarship that stands in the service of all nations. The objectives for which ISJ was established are as follow : To contribute to society through the publication of high quality research articles

Informations sur le journal

African Journal of Soil Science ISSN 2375-088X is an international peer-reviewed, English language journal that publishes original articles, reviews and short communications in all areas of soil science and related disciplines.

Aims and Scope

African Journal of Soil Science is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides rapid publication of articles in all areas of soil science. AJSS considers articles dealing with the relationships between plants and soil, such as the relationships and interactions of plants with minerals, water and microbes, the anatomy and morphology of roots, soil biology and ecology, and so on.

Articles that raises concerns about how to preserve soil and arable land in a world with a growing population, possible future water crisis, increasing per capita food consumption, and land degradation management of soils are most welcome

Accès en ligne

Disponible à partir de Vol. 1 (1), October 2013

Recherche (2016)

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Article Processing Charges

International Scholars Journals publishes all its articles in an Open Access format, meaning everyone will have unlimited and immediate access to all its content and will be able to view, download, print, and redistribute any article without subscription, enabling far greater distribution of an author’s work than the traditional subscription-based publishing model. While making this possible, ISJ will not receive any income from selling subscriptions to print or view online versions of its journals or from charging "pay-per-view" fees. For this reason, ISJ is compelled to defray its editorial and production costs by collecting article processing charges (APCs) from authors

Article Processing Charges for African Journal of Soil Science (2016) : $500

Open Access Journal

Page publiée le 25 août 2016