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Number of reviewers:

 283

Authors origin:

Iran, United States of America, India, Japan, Denmark, Libya, Canada, China, Greece, Mexico, Austria, Cameroon, Korea, USA, Nigeria, Germany, Pakistan, Russia.

Reviewers origin:

Iran, Iraq, Qatar, Italy, China, Egypt, Japan, Poland, Greece, Canada, France, Croatia, India, United States of America, England, Germany, Czech Republic, Turkey, Slovenia, Bulgaria, South Africa,  Saudi Arabia, Russia, Australia, South Korea

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Call for a special issue

"Challenges for Biodiversity and Conservation in the Mediterranean Region” 

Mediterranean region covers marine and terrestrial areas in/around the Mediterranean Sea. For centuries, this biogeographical region with its around half billion of the human population has been under the impacts of enormous anthropogenic pressures such as degradation of terrestrial and aquatic resources and habitats, air and water pollution, invasive species, intensive transportation traffic, etc. In addition to anthropogenic effects, the Mediterranean region is one of the most affected regions of the world from climate change. On the other hand, there are 22 in terrestrial and 26 marine areas that are defined as ecoregion in the Mediterranean basin due to their unique climatic conditions, habitats, faunal and floral characteristics. With such rich biodiversity, attempts on understanding biodiversity components, determining measures of impacts on biodiversity, and developing necessary conservation and management strategies are necessary. Journal of wildlife and Biodiversity (JWB) aims to allocate one special issue to the investigations in the area of this biogeographical region biodiversity. Hereby, manuscripts that address any of the biodiversity-related issues from this region, the marine and terrestrial habitats peculiarities, ecology and conservation are invited for this special issue.

Manuscripts should be submitted via the online editorial system at http://jwb.araku.ac.ir by registering and signing into the system. The guide of the Authors should be followed for submission to JWB. Submission for special issues must be indicated as an editorial comment in the system. Manuscripts can be submitted until the deadline, which is at 30/09/2020. All papers will be evaluated under a double-blind peer-review system. Accepted manuscripts will be published on the website of the journal and will be listed under the section of the relevant special issue. Further information on submission can be reached at http://jwb.araku.ac.ir

Fethi Bengil, PhD

Associate editor of the special issue

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Animal research policies

Authors submitting manuscripts to the Journal of Wildlife and Biodiversity (JWB) must state that the protocol for the research project has been approved by a suitably constituted Ethics Committee of the institution within which the work was undertaken and that it conforms to the provisions of the internationally-accepted standards.. JWB retains the right to reject any manuscript on the basis of unethical conduct of animal studies without presenting certificates. All investigations on wildlife (animals in general) must include a statement that the subject gave informed consent. Authors must obtain a written, signed approval from the local or national authorities responsible for wildlife conservation or their Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee and submit a copy of the document to the JWB Editorial Office. This information should be reported in the manuscript.

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