Soil Use and Management
© British Society of Soil Science
Edited By: Michael J Goss and Deputy Editors Amarilis de Varennes and Fiona Nicholson
Impact Factor: 1.466
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 17/34 (Soil Science)
Online ISSN: 1475-2743
Associated Title(s): European Journal of Soil Science
Just Published Articles
- Validation of the ANOCOVA model for regional-scale ECa to ECe calibration
D. L. Corwin and S. M. Lesch
Article first published online: 3 MAY 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/sum.12262
- Nitrogen release from differently aged Raphanus sativus L. nitrate catch crops during mineralization at autumn temperatures
I. K. Thomsen, L. Elsgaard, J. E. Olesen and B. T. Christensen
Article first published online: 29 APR 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/sum.12264
- How good is the evidence to support investment in soil protection?
M. G. Kibblewhite, B. J. Chambers and K. W. T. Goulding
Article first published online: 28 APR 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/sum.12236
- Soil organic matter quality and microbial activities in spruce swamp forests affected by drainage and water regime restoration
J. Mastný, Z. Urbanová, E. Kaštovská, P. Straková, H. Šantrůčková, K. R. Edwards and T. Picek
Article first published online: 8 APR 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/sum.12260
- Effects of short-rotation Eucalyptus plantations on soil quality attributes in highly acidic soils of the central highlands of Ethiopia
D. Temesgen, J. Gonzálo and M.B. Turrión
Article first published online: 30 MAR 2016 | DOI: 10.1111/sum.12257
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•The official journal of the British Society of Soil Science
• Rapid Publication: average of 48 days from acceptance to Early View publication average of 127 days from acceptance to online issue publication
• 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.143
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BSSS Journal Survey
We would like your views on the European Journal of Soil Science (EJSS) and Soil Use and Management (SUM) because we want to make them more relevant to you as readers and authors.
In particular, we would like to know about your experience of open access publishing. Open access means that the final published version of your paper would be free and universally accessible immediately upon publication. Both journals, the EJSS and SUM, give authors the option to publish their papers as open access.
To cover the cost of publishing open access in these journals, authors pay an article publication charge (APC) of $3,000 at present.
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Making your article OnlineOpen increases its potential readership and enables you to meet institutional and funder open access mandates where they apply. Authors of OnlineOpen articles may immediately post the final, published PDF of their article on a website, institutional repository or other free public server. OnlineOpen complies with new open access mandates from RCUK and Wellcome Trust.
Special Issue: Soil System Science for Sustainability and Policy
This special supplement to Soil Use and Management contains a collection of papers based upon a series of review projects commissioned in 2009–2010 by the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), principally to provide a key scientific evidence base to support strategic policy development in the context of ensuring the sustainability of soils, and which embody many of the other listed features.