Group III Journals for ENVR 310: Broader and More Ecological in Coverage
This list contains journals that are either broader or more ecological in coverage than than either the Tier I or Tier II journals. However, they might contain articles relevant to your "Soils" research project proposal.
Research and synthesis papers on all aspects of ecology, with particular emphasis on papers that develop new concepts in ecology, that test ecological theory, or that lead to an increased appreciation for the diversity of ecological phenomena.
Access: 01/01/1920 to present.
Publishes complex, multi-faceted studies that demand greater length than those published in Ecology or Ecological Applications. These are not merely long papers, but must tell a truly complicated scientific story with multiple components.
Access: 01/01/1931 to present.
research on all aspects of ecology, defined as organism-environment interactions at various spatiotemporal scales, so including macroecology and evolutionary ecology. Emphasis is on theoretical and empirical work aimed at generalization and synthesis across taxa, systems and ecological disciplines. Papers can contribute to new developments in ecology by reporting novel theory or critical empirical results, and "synthesis" can include developing new theory, tests of general hypotheses, or bringing together established or emerging areas of ecology.
Access: 01/01/1949 to present
Peer-reviewed research in all fields of science and technology on the basis of its originality, importance, interdisciplinary interest, timeliness, accessibility, elegance and surprising conclusions. Nature also provides rapid, authoritative, insightful and arresting news and interpretation of topical and coming trends affecting science, scientists and the wider public.
Original research on the total environment, which includes the atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, lithosphere, and anthroposphere. The total environment is characterized where these five spheres overlap.
Access: 01/01/1995 to present