Journal

EcoHealth Journal in cooperation with Springer Nature

 

Following our successful 2016 Biennial Conference in Melbourne Australia in December 2016, the International Association for Ecology and Health (IAEH) and the EcoHealth Journal Boards began a process towards separately managed organisations. For more information about the IAEH, please visit https://iaeh.ecohealth.net

About the EcoHealth Journal

Ecosystem change has far reaching implications for health and sustainability at local, regional and global scales. EcoHealth is an international, peer-reviewed journal focused on the integration of knowledge at the interface between ecological and health sciences. EcoHealth is the official journal of EcoHealth Alliance. Launched in 2004, this journal is published quarterly in hard-copy and online by Springer. EcoHealth builds on the foundation laid by the complementary journals ‘Ecosystem Health’ and the ‘Global Change and Human Health’. By merging these two journals and linking with the Consortium for Conservation Medicine, the journal provides an authoritative forum for research and practice that integrates human, wildlife and ecosystem health. The focus on human and wildlife health reflects their centrality as criterion for humankind’s search for a sustainable future.

Abstracted/Indexed in:

Academic OneFile, Biological Abstracts, BIOSIS Previews, Business Source, CAB International, CSA/Proquest, Current Abstracts, Current Awareness in Biological Sciences (CABS), Current Contents/Agriculture, Biology & Environmental Sciences, EBSCO, Elsevier Biobase, EMBASE, EMBiology, Environment Index, Gale, GeoRef, Google Scholar, ISI/Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, OCLC, PubMed/Medicine, Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch), SCOPUS, Summon by Serial Solutions, TOC Premier, Zoological Record See a list of our Top 11 Cited Papers here

Impact Factor

2016 2.252
2015 2.489
2014 2.451
2013 2.267
2012 2.196
2011 1.702
2010 1.64
2009 2.089
2008 2.315
2007 1.492

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