International Journal of Wildland Fire welcomes papers aimed at understanding the basic principles of fire as a process, understanding its ecological impact at the stand level and the landscape level, modelling fire and its effects, or presenting information on how to effectively and efficiently manage fire. All papers are refereed rigourously by the Journal´s Editorial Board and external reviewers.
For speed of passage through the peer-review process, all submissions will be handled in electronic format (see ´Submitting your manuscript for review´). After acceptance, the Publisher will request the files from which the final paper will be prepared.
When preparing a paper for publication, please follow journal style and layout as closely as possible. It may help if you consult a recent copy of the journal or a sample issue online. Detailed guidelines are set out in the Notice to Authors.
We now offer the corresponding author a free PDF copy of the paper instead of the 25 free reprints previously offered. However, you may purchase hard copy reprints on the Publications Charges Form that will be sent with the proofs. The PDF will be sent promptly after publication. The use of the PDF copy is subject to the Conditions of Use.
A page charge of $US60 per printed page applies to all papers for International Journal of Wildland Fire; this charge is reviewed annually. The extra cost of colour printing must be borne by the author; the Publisher will provide a quotation for colour printing on sight of the copy.
All IJWF papers are available from our website either by subscription or sale of individual papers.
The journal is indexed/abstracted in a wide variety of databases.
To submit your paper, please use our online journal management system ScholarOne Manuscripts.
For general enquires about submitted papers please contact:
International Journal of Wildland Fire
PO Box 1139 (150 Oxford Street)
Collingwood, Vic. 3066
International Journal of Wildland Fire is published by CSIRO PUBLISHING for the International Association of Wildland Fire.