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Biocenter Klein Flottbek and Botanical Garden
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Biodiversity & Ecology
Journal of the Division Biodiversity, Evolution and Ecology of Plants of the Biocenter Klein Flottbek, the Herbarium Hamburgense, and the Botanical Garden, University of Hamburg.
Chief Editor: Prof. Dr. Norbert Jürgens
Managing Editor: Dr. Jens Oldeland
Address: Biodiversity, Evolution and Ecology of Plants (BEE), Biocenter Klein Flottbek and Botanical Garden, University of Hamburg, Ohnhorststr. 18, 22609 Hamburg, Germany
Biodiversity & Ecology publishes research papers as well as forum papers, reviews and reports on biodiversity, evolution, and ecology. It normally appears in one volume per year with typically 200–300 pages. Biodiversity & Ecology publishes articles in English and exceptionally in German. The layout is very attractive with pages in A4-size (30 cm × 21 cm) and full-colour print. From Volume 4 onwards, there is a free access online version in addition to the print version.
The individual volumes are mostly dedicated to specific themes and guest-edited by a team of scientists (available volumes). Proposals for new thematic volumes or individual articles should be sent to the Chief Editor (see above). Submissions of invited contributions should be made to the Managing Editor (see above), to whom also all inquiries about the actual production of the journal should be sent.
The individual volumes of Biodiversity & Ecology (available volumes) can be ordered from the above address. Biodiversity & Ecology can further be subscribed to by exchange agreement if own scientific journals or series are available and offered in exchange. The journal is available in many scientific libraries worldwide.
Information for authors:
After invitation by either Chief Editor or Guest Editors of a Special Volume, authors may submit papers that are prepared according to the Guidelines for authors electronically to the Managing Editor . Contributions are normally reviewed by two peers upon whose comments the Co-ordinating Editor will decide for acceptance, necessary revisions, or rejection. Before print, authors of accepted papers will receive an electronic proof of their articles. After publication, each corresponding author will receive a pdf of his/her article as well as a free copy of the whole volume.
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