Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management
Scope and Content:The Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management encourages submission of original, high quality, English-language scientific papers on the practical application and integration of science to conservation and management of native North American fish, wildlife, plants and their habitats in the following categories: Articles, Notes, Surveys and Issues and Perspectives. Papers that do not relate directly to native North American fish, wildlife plants or their habitats may still be considered if they highlight species that are closely related to, or conservation issues that are germane to, those in North America. For additional information on manuscript criteria, see the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Scientific Journals Home Page and the Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management Guide for Authors.
Access: Available in electronic format only and is public domain. Unlimited full-text HTML and PDF file access is free and open to anyone. As of April 2014, both the JFWM and NAF are abstracted and indexed by the following commercial databases: Scopus (Elsevier), Web of Science (Thomson Reuters), Natural Science Collection (ProQuest) and EBSCO's Environment Complete. The contents are also discoverable via Agricola as well as many other open access search tools.
Submissions: All manuscripts for the Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management must be submitted using the online submission site. New users must register for an account to submit manuscripts. Further details of the online submission and review process are found in the Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management Guide for Authors.
Volunteer as a Reviewer: Register here to complete your online profile. Once there, start with the “Register Here” link below the login and be sure to record your desire to serve as a reviewer by answering “yes” to the question in the form: “Will you consider being a Reviewer for this journal?” Registering on this Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management site will also make you available as a reviewer for North American Fauna.