Impact Factors 2015: 1.476 (two-year) and 1.614 (five-year)
Boreal Environment Research (six issues [+ occasional supplements] a year) is a truly open-access journal. Typical articles are published both in print and online at no cost to individual authors (see conditions).
Published articles (PDF format) can be deposited in institutional archives or repositories.
The journal publishes original, previously unpublished research reports, reviews and commentaries on various aspects of the boreal environment and its natural resources, in particular: environmental problems, their assessment, understanding and solving, as well as the sustainable use of natural resources. Boreal is interpreted in a wide sense, i.e. including polar, subpolar and northern temperate conditions, biomes or ecosystems. The journal is a forum for emphasizing a holistic approach to environmental sciences, linking pressures via sources of pollution to the impacts on the environment through the processes occurring in various media. Articles dealing with monitoring, experimental, theoretical and modelling studies as well as their combinations are all welcome. Theme issues can be put forward using Special-issue proposal form.
The journal is indexed in the ISI®, Science Citation Index and Current Contents®/Agriculture, Biology and Environmental sciences
Published papers are available here free of charge.