The Caribbean Naturalist (ISSN 2326-7119) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original articles focused on natural history research related to all aspects of the biology and ecology of terrestrial, freshwater, and marine organisms and the environments of the Caribbean region.
The Caribbean Naturalist is indexed in the Web of Science (clarivate.com) and by way of author entries in Google Scholar and ResearchGate. Its indexing coverage is expected to become comparable to that of the Institute's first 3 journals (Northeastern Naturalist, Southeastern Naturalist, and Journal of the North Atlantic). These 3 journals are included in full-text in BioOne.org, JSTOR.org, and on their respective journal websites.
• over 25 years of timely peer-review and publication of manuscripts.
• article-by-article online publication for distribution to a global audience.
• extensive experience in production of special issues based on conference proceedings, workshop or symposiums, or a thematic collection of articles. Special issue guidelines.
• inclusion of supplemental files with journal articles.
The journal is published by the Eagle Hill Institute, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation of the State of Maine (Federal tax ID # 010379899).
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Online access to the Caribbean Naturalist Tables of Contents and abstract pages is available to everyone. Access to the complete contents is available by subscription (LINK).
Photo essays about the Caribbean from the journal, Natural History Now, are mirrored here within the Caribbean Naturalist.
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Authors may post their articles on their personal and their institution’s website.