Inaugural Impact Factor
We are thrilled to announce a significant milestone for Ethnobiology and Conservation, as we proudly share that our journal has received its inaugural Impact Factor of 1.4. This achievement is a testament to the outstanding contributions of our dedicated authors, esteemed reviewers, and diligent editorial team.
Achieving an Impact Factor of 1.4 demonstrates the growing significance of ethnobiology and conservation as vital disciplines at the intersection of traditional knowledge, biodiversity, and sustainability.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all those who have supported Ethnobiology and Conservation throughout its journey. Our authors, who have entrusted us with their research, and our reviewers, who have provided invaluable feedback, have played an essential role in achieving this milestone.
We will continue to provide a platform for scholars and practitioners to share their research, insightful perspectives, and conservation initiatives that contribute to the well-being of both human communities and the natural world.
We extend our warmest thanks to our readers, authors, reviewers, and the broader scientific community for their continued support.
Thank you for being part of this remarkable journey.
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