Ecological protection journal, ‘Ecosystems for Conservation’ publishes the first issue
title Ecosystems For Conservation (EPFC) is pleased to announce the first edition of the journal Ecological Protection Journal.
EPFC has become one of the most widely used journals in the field of conservation and the first-ever journal dedicated to the conservation of ecological systems and their effects on natural resources and livelihoods.
The first issue will be published in the spring.
The publication of this first issue is a culmination of a long-term project by EPCF.
The magazine was started by Dr. Michael G. Sorensen, a professor of biological and environmental engineering at Michigan State University, and his colleagues at the University of Colorado at Boulder, in the early 2000s.
The first issue was an introduction to the journal, an introduction that was followed by two chapters, “Ecological Systems” and “Conservation Ecology”.
This second issue, entitled “Ecology of Ecological Systems”, was written by Dr Sorensen.
In addition to the introduction, the journal will publish a book of essays on ecological systems titled “Ecosystem for Conservation: A Guide for Conservationists and the Public”, which will be the definitive reference for anyone interested in ecological systems, their conservation, and the issues that come with it.EPFC is a unique, scholarly journal, focused on a wide range of topics.
The editors, professors, and researchers in the EPCFC are dedicated to preserving the integrity of the scientific and scholarly literature.
In their effort to ensure that the journal remains the definitive resource for ecological conservation and to preserve its status as an authoritative resource, EPFC publishes articles, research papers, and case studies in a variety of areas, from the biology of the earth system to the biology and ecology of human health and well-being.
The journals main objective is to provide readers with a rich source of information on environmental topics and its effects on the natural world.
The journal will continue to publish new issues as they are completed.
The second issue will feature a special section on “Evaluating the Ecological System as a Management Instrument”.
The special section will provide readers a rich range of valuable and valuable information on the impact of ecosystems on natural systems, as well as their impact on human health.