Mires and Peat is the joint peer-reviewed journal of the International Peatland Society (IPS) and the International Mire Conservation Group (IMCG).
As a truly “free-to-users” publication, it is immediately accessible to readers and potential authors worldwide. The journal publishes high-quality research papers on all aspects of peatland science, technology and wise use, including:
- ecology, hydrology, survey, inventory, classification, functions and values of mires and peatlands;
- scientific, economic and human aspects of the management of peatlands for agriculture, forestry, nature conservation, environmental protection, peat extraction, industrial development and other purposes;
- biological, physical and chemical characteristics of peat; and
- climate change and peatlands.
You will also find short communications, review articles, and special issues of the Journal based on the proceedings of conferences, seminars, symposia and workshops.
Mires and Peat is indexed by the Thomson Reuters Web of Science (2020 Impact Factors: 1.425 [two-year] and 2.434 [five-year]), Elsevier Scopus, EBSCO Environment Complete, CABI Abstracts, CSA Proquest and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
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