About the Journal

The International Journal of Forestry and Ecosystem (IJFE) is an open-access and double-blind peer-reviewed international journal publishing articles that emphasize research, development, and application within or between the specific topics of forestry and ecosystems but are not confined to it. The IJFE reviews papers within the shortest possible time of submission and publishes accepted articles online immediately upon receiving the final versions.

Aim & Scope
IJFE aims to provide a platform for scientists, development workers, practitioners, and academicians to promote, be more visible internationally, and provide the opportunity to discuss critically and analyze different issues in science and technology. All articles are reviewed quickly, professionally copyedited, and checked for similarity to avoid plagiarism for quality and faster publication.

Frequencies of publication
One issue in a year while it accepts articles throughout the years and publishes online first immediately after acceptance of the final version.

Area of publication

· Agricultural economics
· Agricultural engineering
· Animal Science
· Agronomy
· Including plant science
· Theoretical production ecology
· Horticulture
· Plant breeding
· Plant fertilization, and soil science
· Aquaculture
· Biological engineering, including genetic engineering and microbiology
· Environmental impacts of agriculture and forestry
· Food Science
· Forestry, including dendrometry and forest inventory
· Forest management
· Landscape planning
· Natural protected areas and wood science
· Husbandry
· Irrigation and water management
· Specific topics of interest include (but are not confined to): all aspects of crop and animal physiology; modeling of the crop, animal, and integrated crop-livestock systems

· The scientific underpinning of agronomy and husbandry
· Animal welfare and behavior
· Soil science and soil health
· Plant and animal product quality
· Plant and animal nutrition
· Engineering solutions
· Decision support systems
· Land use
· Environmental impacts of agriculture
· Agroforestry systems and forestry as it relates to agriculture
· Impacts of climate change
· Climate change adaptation and mitigation
· Climate-smart agriculture
· Carbon sequestration
· Rural biodiversity
· Waste management
· Land use
· Experimental design and statistical analysis; and the application of new analytical and study methods, including genetic diversity and molecular biology approaches