Oecologia Q1 Unclaimed
Oecologia publishes innovative ecological research of general interest to a broad international audience. We publish several types of manuscripts in many areas of ecology.
Why publish with us?
We are one of the most highly cited journals in ecology, with 37,755 citations in 2021.
We welcome research from across the entire field of ecology, including the latest investigations in physiological ecology, conservation ecology, behavioral ecology, population and community ecology, plant-microbe-animal interactions, ecosystem ecology, global change ecology, and conservation ecology.
This journal welcomes contributions that support and advance the UN's sustainable development goals, in particular SDG 14 Life Below Water and SDG 15 Life on Land.
Our renowned team of Editors-in-Chief and highly regarded Editorial Board includes some of the world's leading voices in ecological research.
Our editorial board nominates the papers for the dedicated section of ""Highlighted Student Research"". Each year, two awards are given to the outstanding papers by student authors.
No publication charges unless publishing open access. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,007.
Oecologia focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: plant, habitat, pica, reproduction, redistribution, mediterranean, effects, nutrient, importance, benefits, ...
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1,007SJR Impact factor
209Total Docs (Last Year)
760Total Docs (3 years)
2227Total Cites (3 years)
759Citable Docs (3 years)
2.74Cites/Doc (2 years)
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