Pacific Conservation Biology is an international journal for the publication of papers relevant to conservation biology and wildlife management in the Pacific region. ´Pacific´ is taken broadly to include the western Pacific (East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia and Oceania) the north Pacific (including Russia), and the islands of the central Pacific across to countries on the North American and South American continents bordering on the eastern Pacific. High quality papers that have a practical or theoretical relevance will be considered. All contributions are peer reviewed.
Specific areas of interest include:
- Conservation of biological diversity
- Natural resource management and policy
- Feral animals and weeds
- Ecosystems in the Pacific
- The role of biodiversity protection and restoration in ecosystem integrity
- Marine ecosystems in the Pacific
- Policy and education relevant to biodiversity conservation or wildlife management
Pacific Conservation Biology is relevant to scientists at academic, research and non-governmental institutions. The journal provides practical applications of conservation research for resource managers and policy makers charged with protecting biological diversity and implementing conservation science.