Special Issue Introduction
Forests are the most essential part of the life to sustain in earth. Near about 2 billion peoples are depending on the forest for their livelihoods. It is the prime habitat for the plant and animals, out of which many are undiscovered yet. They protect our watersheds, inspire wonder and provide places for recreation, supply the oxygen for survival and provide the timber for products we use every day. The conflicts between ecological conservation and economic growth forced a reassessment of the motivations and goals of wildlife and forestry management.
This Special Issue of Journal of Biodiversity Management & Forestry is intended to highlight the past research studies, current aspects and future prospects of Wildlife Habitat Management.
Topics for this issue include, but not limited to:
Journal of Biodiversity Management & Forestry invites the Eminent Researcher’s, Scientist’s, all over the world to exchange their ideas and recent research trends through this special issue. The special issue features Original Research Articles, Reviews, Commentaries, Case Reports, Short Notes, Rapid and/ or Short Communications, letters to the editor, Video articles, Image articles and literature reviews.
All the artilces will publish under Open access and the Article Processing Charges(ACP) is $419.
|Special Issue entitled "The Importance of Patch Size in Forest Wildlife Habitat Objectives; has been edited by:|
John L. Willis, Mississippi State University, USA
Hasan ÖZDEMIR, Düzce University, Turkey
Zongzheng Chai, Northwest A&F University, China