Call for Papers on Management of Alien Game Species

By studying the impacts of alien game species on new habitats, we can contribute to the development of sustainable management strategies, minimize biodiversity loss, and preserve the delicate balance of ecosystems.
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Call for Papers on Management of Alien Game Species
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In today's rapidly changing world, the spread of alien game species has emerged as a significant concern in wildlife management and conservation. As human activities continue to impact ecosystems, the introduction of non-native species poses threats to native flora and fauna. To address this pressing issue and explore effective solutions, we are delighted to extend a warm invitation to researchers worldwide to submit their valuable work on "Management of Alien Game Species" to the European Journal of Wildlife Research.

Scope of Submissions

We welcome a diverse range of research topics related to alien game species management, including:

  1. Ecological Impacts: Investigating the effects of non-native species on native flora and fauna, and understanding their interactions within the ecosystem.

  2. Economic Implications: Evaluating the costs and benefits associated with the management of alien game species, and exploring the economic impact on local communities.

  3. Control and Eradication: Presenting case studies and best practices in controlling and eradicating non-native game species to prevent further spread.

  4. Socio-cultural Aspects: Examining the social and cultural attitudes towards these species, and understanding the implications on local communities.

  5. Innovative Approaches: Showcasing the role of technology and innovative techniques in monitoring and managing alien game species.

  6. Policy and Legal Frameworks: Analyzing existing policies and legal frameworks, and proposing improvements to enhance management efforts.

Join the Cause

By participating in this call for research submissions, you have the opportunity to make a significant impact in the domain of wildlife research. Your work can help shape policies, conservation efforts, and management strategies that will safeguard our valuable wildlife and natural habitats for generations to come.

Submission Details

Researchers interested in contributing to this critical field of study can submit their manuscripts to the European Journal of Wildlife Research through the online submission system on the journal's website. All manuscripts will undergo rigorous peer review to maintain the high standards of the journal.

For more information and inquiries, feel free to contact the editorial office or the Editor-in-Chief. We eagerly await your contributions and look forward to advancing our knowledge in this crucial field.

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