Where to Publish

Knowing how to publish your work for the first time can be a daunting prospect (trust us, we’ve been there!). It is particularly tricky for undergraduates and even masters students to publish work due to the time it may take to put together a paper and the limitations of doing research with a small time budget. You may not even know it is a possibility.  The reality is that having a paper (or two) under your belt looks great on a CV and get really give you an edge when applying for research positions or funding for PhDs.  Publishing research is really important for progress in science and if you think you have found out something that would add value to the existing literature, please try and get it out there! Read on to find out where to start and which journals you may submit to.   

Student research :  

Conservation research  

Every year ConservationBytes.com publishes a useful list of the conservation and ecology related journals here: 
https://conservationbytes.com/2020/07/08/journal-ranks-2019/.