Conservation Letters (CL) is a scholarly journal dedicated to publishing research in the field of Environmental Science. John Wiley and Sons is the publisher of this esteemed journal. and its abbreviated form is Conserv Lett.
Conservation Letters is a scientific journal publishing empirical and theoretical research with significant implications for the conservation of biological diversity. The journal welcomes submissions across the biological and social sciences - especially interdisciplinary submissions – that advance pragmatic conservation goals as well as scientific understanding. Manuscripts will be published on a rapid communications schedule and therefore should be current and topical. Research articles should clearly articulate the significance of their findings for conservation policy and practice.
|Journal title||Conservation Letters (CL)|
|Publisher Name||John Wiley and Sons|
|Subject Category||Environmental Science|
Conservation Letters Abbreviation : ISO Journal abbreviation refers to the shortened form or acronym used to represent the full title of a scholarly journal. The ISO4 Abbreviation of Conservation Letters Journal is Conserv Lett.
The Ranking of Conservation Letters in 2023 is 584. Ranking systems aim to provide an indication of a journal's quality, influence, and prestige within a specific field or discipline.
The Impact Factor of Conservation Letters in 2023 is 8.5. it is all calculated by Clarivate, which means how many times a particular citation has been published in the past two years.
The SCImago of Conservation Letters in 2023 is 3.083. It is measured by the number of citations which are made by the particular journals, and the journal from where the citations arrived from.
The Acceptance Rate of Conservation Letters in 2023 is 17%. It is a measure that provides insight into the selectivity and competitiveness of a journal's editorial process.
The H-Index of Conservation Letters in 2023 is 97. The H-index is calculated on how many times a particular author is cited and the number of published papers that a particular author has.
The Quartile of Conservation Letters is Q1. A quartile has three points, which are the upper quartile, median, and lower quartile. The main motive of the quartile is to calculate the interquartile range, that resembles the changes across the median.
The Conservation Letters is indexed in (Indexing details)
|PubMed||Scopus||Web of Science||UGC||Embase||DOAJ|
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|Access type||Open Access|
The Editor-in-chief of Conservation Letters is Graeme Cumming
Conservation Letters Processing/Submission Fee : Article submission/Processing fees (APC), also known as manuscript Publication fees or processing fees (APC), are charged by journals to authors for submitting/publishing their research papers/article.
The APC/Submission (Publication) Fee of Conservation Letters is Non Members: $3,230 USD / £2,020 GBP / €2,420 EUR, Society Members: $2,584 USD / £1,616 GBP / €1,936 EUR
Conservation Letters Call for paper : Conservation Letters invites original research contributions for consideration of publication in Conservation Letters journal.
Journal seeking submissions in the broad areas of Environmental Science that align with journal's focus on Environmental Science.
for details about call for paper please visit to the official website of the journal to check the details about call for papers.
Publishing in Conservation Letters involves the following steps:
No, the Conservation Letters journal is not indexed in PubMed.
Yes, the Conservation Letters journal is indexed in Scopus.
Yes, the Conservation Letters journal is indexed in UGC.
No, the Conservation Letters journal is not indexed in Index copernicus.
No, Conservation Letters journal is not a predatory journal.
The Impact Factor of the Conservation Letters is 8.5.
The Ranking of the Conservation Letters is 584.
Yes the Conservation Letters (CL) journal is a peer-reviewed journal.
Yes the Conservation Letters journal is a peer-reviewed journal and good to publish your paper.
Yes, Conservation Letters is a open access journal.