USFWS science journals now online
“From the creation of the world’s most comprehensive waterfowl surveys to the pioneering work on the effects of DDT on migratory birds conducted by Rachel Carson, the Fish and Wildlife Service has built a reputation for science excellence that spans decades,” said Acting Service Director Dan Ashe. “These publications build upon that tradition, and will generate critical information that wildlife managers need to do their jobs.”John Wenburg, director of Alaska Conservation Genetics Laboratory in Anchorage, Alaska, will serve as JFWM editor and says, “We encourage submissions of original papers applying science to conservation and management issues.”
"North American Fauna" began in 1889 and continued through issue #76 in 1991, which included a monograph titled titled "Birds of the Kilbuck and Ahklun Mountain Region, Alaska."
Click on the first link above to learn about submission criteria and guidelines.
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