Southern Forests – NOW on ScholarOne

Posted 12 December 2019 by NISC under Announcements & Notices • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
Southern Forests – NOW on ScholarOne

Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science is now accepting manuscript submissions through ScholarOne, a comprehensive workflow-management system for scholarly journals. 

With the world of research constantly moving, ScholarOne Manuscripts make the submission and peer-review process simpler for authors, editors and reviewers, while providing the publisher with a reliable and stable tool. The system allows the full peer-review process of new submissions to happen seamlessly and completely online.

Authors are fully involved via automated email alerts and can also track updates on their submissions in their online.  Should you wish to submit your research to Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science via the ScholarOne platform you can view the journal’s Instructions for Authors  online and visit this link to submit. 

The journal publishes scientific articles in forest science and management of fast-growing, planted or natural forests in the Southern Hemisphere and the tropics. Papers are also encouraged on related disciplines such as environmental aspects of forestry, social forestry, agroforestry, forest engineering and management as well as the goods and services that are derived from forests as a whole. Articles published by the journal are of value to forest scientists, resource managers and society at large.

The journal particularly encourages contributions from South America, Africa and tropical/subtropical Australasia and Asia. The mission of the Southern African Institute of Forestry  is to assist the profession to achieve and maintain excellence in the practice of forest, wood and conservation science and Southern Forests is a tangible expression of this mission. 

 

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