© Japanese Society of Phycology
Edited By: Mitsunobu Kamiya
Impact Factor: 1.273
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 60/103 (Marine & Freshwater Biology)
Online ISSN: 1440-1835
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Phycological Research is published by The Japanese Society of Phycology and complements The Japanese Journal of Phycology. The Journal publishes international research dealing with all aspects of phycology to facilitate the international exchange of ideas. The Journal publishes peer-reviewed research on all aspects of phycology including:
About The Japanese Society of Phycology
The Japanese Society of Phycology (JSP) was founded in 1952, to promote all researches that are related to algae and phycology, and to become a central hub of people who are interested in phycology. Membership is open to any individual and group who is interested in phycology. The society currently has a worldwide membership of about 900 members and subscribers.
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As a member you will receive Phycological Research and the Japanese Journal of Phycology free of charge. The annual membership fee for individuals ¥8000. (Members who reside outside Japan will receive only the English language journal Phycological Research and the annual membership fee is ¥7000 (standard), ¥5000 (student).
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Phycological Research - Online-Only from 2015
In 2015, Phycological Research moved to online only publication , in trend with Wiley's path of digital transformation, as the company invests in the customizable, technology-enabled products and services needed by our customers in the future. The gradual migration of journals from print to solely online is part of this transition, supporting investment in forward-looking innovation and building online communities for journal readers and our society partners.
(A member of the Japanese Society of Phycology continues to receive a print journal in 2015 as part of the membership.)