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Conservation Physiology is an online-only, open access journal published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the SEB.  Now in its third volume, it is edited by a prestigious team of experts who helped to define the discipline.


Biodiversity across the globe faces a growing number of threats associated with human activities. Conservation Physiology  publishes research on all taxa (microbes, plants and animals) focused on understanding and predicting how organisms, populations, ecosystems and natural resources respond to environmental change and stressors. Physiology is considered in the broadest possible terms to include functional and mechanistic responses at all scales. We also welcome research towards developing and refining strategies to rebuild populations, restore ecosystems, inform conservation policy, and manage living resources.

We define conservation physiology broadly and encourage potential authors to contact the editorial team if they have any questions regarding the remit of the journal. Contact our editorial office at conphys.editorialoffice@oup.com

Conservation Physiology today and Tomorrow

Read Editor-in-Chief Steven Cooke’s editorial reflecting on the growth of Conservation Physiology here.

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Edited By: Dr. Steven J. Cooke
Published Year: 2016
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