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... the fourth in Eagle Hill Publications' series of natural history science journals, extending coverage to urban and suburban areas worldwide.
The Urban Naturalist (ISSN # 2328-8965) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original articles focused on all aspects of the natural history sciences as they pertain to urban areas. The journal offers:
• over 20 years experience of consistently providing timely high-quality publication services for peer-reviewed natural history research
• an efficient and responsive peer review process
• article-by-article online publication for prompt distribution to a global audience
• the expertise and attention to detail to efficiently publish special issues based conference proceedings or a series of invitational articles
• the capability to accommodate publication of a wide range of supplemental files in association with journal articles
• extensive experience in production of special issues based on conference proceedings, workshop or symposiums, or a thematic collection of articles. Our special issue guidelines are a good place to start if you are considering publishing an enitre issue highlighting a particular topic.
As is the case with Eagle Hill's other natural history journals, the Urban Naturalist is expected to be fully indexed in Elsevier, Thomson Reuters, Proquest, EBSCO, Google Scholar, and other databases.
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).
Questions concerning submissions, subscriptions, and proposals for special issues should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
General inquiries for the publisher should be directed to email@example.com, or to
Eagle Hill Institute, PO Box 9, 59 Eagle Hill Road, Steuben, Maine 04680-0009 USA
207-546-2821; FAX 207-546-3042
We welcome your submission to the journal. Before sending in a manuscript, please view the Range and Scope page of this site to be sure the topic is suitable for consideration. Also, authors should carefully read the formatting and procedural guidelines in the following documents and refer to the sample article for a model of what is generally expected in terms of formatting.
If you have any questions regarding manuscript preparation or submission, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To help maximize exposure for this new journal, the Urban Naturalist is currently offering open access to its content. Just click on the links below.
The Urban Naturalist has grown out of the fertile ground of Brooklyn Botanic Garden's journal Urban Habitats, which is no longer active. As such, we have agreed to steward the archives of all of the past published content of the Urban Habitats, which remains open access. While we will soon migrate the content on to our site, for now, you can still access those articles on the still extant Urban Habitats site.
The publisher, Eagle Hill Institute, reserves the copyright to all its publications. Any reproduction, other than for an individual's own personal and private use, or distribution of journal content is prohibited without written permission from Eagle Hill Institute.
Authors of articles published in the Urban Naturalist are allowed to post the pdf reprints of their articles on their own website, as well as personally distribute copies to their colleagues, provided they do so along with a clear statement of the Institute's copyright policy as stated above.