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Edited By: Editor-in-Chief, Andrew T. Knight; Associate Editors, Edward T. Game and Mark W. Schwartz
Impact Factor: 4.356
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 4/40 (Biodiversity Conservation)
Online ISSN: 1755-263X
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New Impact Factor Announced!
We are pleased to announce the 2012 Impact Factor: 4.356! This sets the journal at 4/40 in the Biodiversity and Conservation category.
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