Editor: Prof Stephen Palmer PhD CSci CBiol FRSB (UK) National Wellbeing Service Ltd
Associate Editor: Dr Siobhain O’Riordan PhD CSci (UK) National Wellbeing Service Ltd
Focus and scope
The Bulletin of the International Forum for Flora and Fauna Photography editorial team invite papers on any aspect relating to flora and fauna. Examples of Flora includes plants, trees, shrubs, mosses, seaweeds and fauna include animals, insects, fish, and birds. A special feature of The Bulletin is that we actively encourage short articles about a species of flora or fauna which can focus on photos taken by the author(s), details about the location and/or environment and information about the species concerned.
Research articles, short articles, brief reports, discussion papers, book reviews and conference reports. Editorials are written by the editors on topics of general interest or journal policy.
Perspectives, leading articles and keynote speeches maybe commissioned from experts in the ecopsychology and applied fields.
Journal items are published online as soon as they are ready and are added to the “current” volume’s Table of Contents. On an occasional basis, the publishers may print a paper journal version of the articles published.
Article and page numbering
In order to publish accepted articles promptly online, the journal will use the volume and article numbers only instead of the traditional method of continuous pagination through any particular volume. Page numbers will not be used for the citation. In the article citation, the first number represents the volume and the second number represents the article number. The URL to the webpage will be included. For example:
Palmer, S., & O’Riordan, S. (2023). Editorial: Welcome to the Bulletin of the International Forum for Flora and Fauna Photography. Bulletin of the International Forum for Flora and Fauna Photography, 1, 1. https://nature.nationalwellbeingservice.com/the-bulletin/volume-1/volume-1-article-1-editorial
International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)
National Wellbeing Service, 156 Westcombe Hill, London, SE3 7DH.
Funding from Tobacco Companies
NWS journals will not publish articles in which any of the authors’ salaries or research costs have been funded by a tobacco company.