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Ringing & Migration
Ringing & Migration
Journal Title: Ringing & Migration
ISSN: 0307-8698
ISSN Online: 2159-8355
Publication Frequency: 2 issues per year
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Ringing & Migration is the journal of the British Trust for Ornithology Ringing Scheme. The journal began as a supplement to Bird Studyin the early 1970s . Published as a separate journal since 1975, the December issue incorporates the Trust’s annual report on bird ringing in Britain & Ireland for the preceding year. The journal welcomes papers on all aspects of bird ringing and migration studies but gives lowest priority to papers involved with methodology alone. Members of the Editorial Board are very happy to advise first-time authors on the preparation of manuscripts.

Ringing & Migration concentrates on birds that occur in the Western Palearctic but welcomes papers from any part of the world that are relevant to ringing and migration studies of Western Palearctic birds.

Ringing & Migration publishes the following types of articles:

Original research papers Short original research papers (around 1500 words in length) Scientific reviews Forum articles covering general ornithological issues, including non-scientific ones short feedback articles that make scientific criticisms of papers published recently in the Journal Critical book reviews.
Subjects Covered & Scope: Animal Behaviour; Animal Ecology; Animal Physiology; Biodiversity; Environment & Agriculture; Freshwater Biology; Plant & Animal Ecology; Supplementary material; Vertebrates; Zoology
Editor Board:
Editor
Chris Redfern
NICR, Paul O'Gorman Building
Medical School
University of Newcastle
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
NE2 4HH
 
 
Managing Editor
Jacquie Clark BTO, UK
 
 
Editorial Board
Guy Anderson RSPB
Franz Bairlein Institut für Vogelforschung, Wilhelmshaven
Nikita Chernetsov Biological Station Rybachy
Jon Coleman Northumbria Ringing Group
Wolfgang Fiedler Max-Planck-Institut für Ornithologie, Vogelwarte Radolfzell
Jennifer Gill University of East Anglia
Tómas Gunnarsson University of Iceland
Hugh Insley Inverness
Åke Lindström University of Lund
Stephen Norman South Cleveland Ringing Group
Roger Riddington Shetland Ringing Group
Graham Scott University of Hull
Stuart Sharp Lancaster University
Fernando Spina  Italian National Ringing Centre, Bologna 
Kasper Thorup University of Copenhagen

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