CWBM Online Journal Author Fees & Payments

$125.00

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Authors will be charged $ 125 for each 8.5″ x 10” page or part thereof.

Publication charges must be paid in full before the article is published online.

The CANADIAN WILDLIFE BIOLOGY & MANAGEMENT is published bi-annually by Alpha Wildlife Publications. It is an open-access, online journal that is universally and freely accessible via the Internet in an easily readable and printable PDF format.

 

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The CANADIAN WILDLIFE BIOLOGY & MANAGEMENT is published bi-annually by Alpha Wildlife Publications. It is an open-access, online journal that is universally and freely accessible via the Internet in an easily readable and printable PDF format.

The CANADIAN WILDLIFE BIOLOGY & MANAGEMENT publishes scientific observations by amateur and professional naturalists, field biologists, wildlife managers, educators, conservationists and students. All research papers must be based on original datasets. Models and management solutions must have been field tested. Reviews are welcomed and can address any topic of wildlife biology and management.

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Want to publish your work?
We are inviting you to submit your contributions on Canadian Wildlife Distribution.

Special Issue

The Canadian Wildlife Biology & Management journal will produce a Special Issue on Mountain Lion Conservation and Management that will be published in late fall 2024, CWBM Volume 13 (subject to change depending on submitted manuscripts and level of participation).

We invite you to submit a paper on any of the following subjects:

  • Population Management and Predation
  • Habitat Management
  • Human-wildlife conflicts
  • Impacts of logging, urban development and human activities
  • Current and future management challenges
  • New technology

Please note that all publication fees will be waived for this Special Issue.

Gilbert Proulx – Editor
Mark Elbroch – Guest Editor – Mountain Lion Conservation and Management