About the Journal
Australian Mammalogy is a major journal for the publication of research in all branches of mammalogy. The journal’s emphasis is on studies relating to Australasian mammals, both native and introduced, and includes marine mammals in the Antarctic region. Subject areas include, but are not limited to: anatomy, behaviour, developmental biology, ecology, evolution, genetics, molecular biology, parasites and diseases of mammals, physiology, reproductive biology, systematics and taxonomy.
Australian Mammalogy is for professional mammalogists, research scientists, resource managers, consulting ecologists, students and amateurs interested in any aspects of the biology and management of mammals.
Australian Mammalogy began publication in 1972 and is published on behalf of the Australian Mammal Society.
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Frequency: 2 issues per year
Current Issue: Volume 40 (1)
Impact Factor: 0.786
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