Aims and Scope

The Korean Journal of Nature Conservation is the official journal published semiannually in June and December each year.
Contributions written in English and Korean are welcomed in the form of review articles, research papers, and research notes. This journal aims to provide the public with the benefits of research on conservation and its applications, as well as fostering cooperation among members for academic development and knowledge.

Year of launching (history)

The Korean Journal of Nature Conservation was launched in 2007.

Subscription info

Member Subscriptions Only. Membership includes print subscriptions to the Korean Journal of Nature Coservation. The annual membership fee is 20,000won.

Fund support

The journal is supported by a Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies Grant funded by the Korean Government (MEST).

Indexed in Database

Korea Citation Index (KCI)