Published for the Foundation for Environmental Conservation Environmental Conservation is one of the longest-standing and most authoritative of the journals dealing comprehensively with the science underpinning environmental concerns at a global level. Uniquely it aims to cover all aspects of the field including issues in human institutions industry pollution and habitat degradation energy and materials sources terrestrial biomes and cultivation atmospheric and oceanic processes and coastal zone management while maintaining a foundation in underlying research. The Editor is supported by an international and multidisciplinary team of Associate Editors who are active workers in their fields and a group of Advisory Editors who are acknowledged as eminent long-term contributors to environmental science. Published quarterly the journal includes comment subject reviews standard and short research papers book reviews and meeting reports on all relevant aspects of the broad subject involved. Environmental Conservation publishes all accepted material rapidly and uses short papers and comment for particularly quick dissemination of research results and ideas. This journal is essential reading for all environmentalists managers consultants and scientists wishing to keep abreast of current developments in environmental science worldwide.
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