Current Trends in Forest Research

Gavin Publishers
Abbreviation Curr Trends Forest R
ISSN 2638-0013
Publication Type Peer Reviewed
Publishing Model Open Access
Impact Factor 1.2
DOI Prefix 10.29011/2638-0013
Journal Category Forest Research Journals

About the Journal

Welcome to Current Trends in Forest Research, a peer-reviewed journal that aims to promote and disseminate high-quality research on forest ecology, management, conservation, and restoration. Our journal provides a platform for scientists, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to share their knowledge and expertise in the field of forest science.

Forests play a crucial role in the global ecosystem by providing numerous ecological, social, and economic benefits. As such, understanding the dynamics of forest ecosystems and developing effective strategies for their sustainable management and conservation are of utmost importance. Current Trends in Forest Research is committed to publishing original research articles, reviews, and perspectives that advance our understanding of forest ecosystems and contribute to the development of evidence-based forest management and conservation practices.

Our journal covers a wide range of topics related to forest science, including but not limited to forest dynamics, forest ecology, forest management, forest conservation, forest restoration, forest economics, forest policy, climate change and forests, biodiversity, and forest health. We welcome submissions from all regions of the world, and from a variety of disciplines, including forestry, ecology, biology, geography, economics, and social sciences.

Our editorial team comprises a group of highly experienced and renowned scientists and researchers in the field of forest science. We follow a rigorous peer-review process to ensure that all published articles meet our high standards of scientific quality, originality, and relevance to the field of forest science.

We believe that open access to scientific knowledge is essential for promoting scientific progress and informing evidence-based policy and decision-making. Therefore, our journal is fully open access, meaning that all articles are freely available to readers worldwide, without any subscription or paywall barriers.

Thank you for your interest in Current Trends in Forest Research. We invite you to explore our journal and contribute to advancing our understanding of forest ecosystems and their management and conservation.

Editorial Board

Zhang Ying

Zhang Ying

China

Franco Carol

Franco Carol

USA

Joel J Kassiola

Joel J Kassiola

USA

Reymondo Caraan

Reymondo Caraan

Germany

Tobias Bruegmann

Tobias Bruegmann

Germany

Mark Megalos

Mark Megalos

North Carolina

Robert W. Taylor

Robert W. Taylor

USA

Anil Raj Kizhakkepurakkal

Anil Raj Kizhakkepurakkal

USA

 Sezgin AYAN

Sezgin AYAN

Turkey

Huajing Li

Huajing Li

China