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Print : ISSN 1863-5407

Online : ISSN 1613-4796

All volumes listed according to subscription year.


2021: 44
2020: 41, 42, 43
2019: 38, 39, 40
2018: 35, 36, 37
2017:
32Vol 32, pages 1-567
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33Vol 33, pages 1-303
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34Vol 34, pages 1-492
2016: 29 (
1, Vol 29, pages 1-93
2, Vol 29, pages 95-187
3), Vol 29, pages 189-287
30, Vol 30, pages 1-282
31Vol 31, pages 1-382
2015: 26 (
1, Vol 26, pages 1-92
2, Vol 26, pages 93-188
3), Vol 26, pages 189-280
27 (
1, Vol 27, pages 1-94
2, Vol 27, pages 95-192
3), Vol 27, pages 193-287
28 (
1, Vol 28, pages 1-95
2, Vol 28, pages 97-186
3), Vol 28, pages 187-287
2014: 22 (
1, Vol 22, pages 1-94
2, Vol 22, pages 95-189
3), Vol 22, pages 191-277
23 (
1, Vol 23, pages 1-98
2, Vol 23, pages 99-195
3), Vol 23, pages 197-286
24 (
1, Vol 24, pages 1-93
2, Vol 24, pages 95-190
3), Vol 24, pages 191-286
25 (
1, Vol 25, pages 1-96
2, Vol 25, pages 97-195
3), Vol 25, pages 197-293
2013: 19 (
1, Vol 19, pages 1-98
2, Vol 19, pages 99-186
3), Vol 19, pages 187-284
20 (
1, Vol 20, pages 1-97
2, Vol 20, pages 99-194
3), Vol 20, pages 195-282
21 (
1, Vol , pages 1-95
2, Vol 21, pages 97-190
3), Vol 21, pages 191-284
2012: 16 (
1, Vol 16, pages 1-94
2, Vol 16, pages 97-209
3), Vol 16, pages 211-299
17 (
1, Vol 17, pages 1-92
2, Vol 17, pages 93-191
3), Vol 17, pages 193-288
18 (
1, Vol 18, pages 1-94
2, Vol 18, pages 95-191
3), Vol 18, pages 193-289
2011: 13 (
1, Vol 13, pages 1-78
2, Vol 13, pages 79-161
3), Vol 13, pages 163-261
14 (
1, Vol 14, pages 1-89
2, Vol 14, pages 91-176
3), Vol 14, pages 179-270
15 (
1, Vol 15, pages 1-86
2, Vol 15, pages 87-177
3), Vol 15, pages 179-270
2010: 10 11 (
1, Vol 11, pages 1-99
2, Vol 11, pages 101-188
3), Vol 11, pages 189-278
12 (
1, Vol 12, pages 1-86
2, Vol 12, pages 87-177
3), Vol 12, pages 179-272
2009: 7 (
1, Vol 7, pages 1-84
2, Vol 7, pages 85-161
3), Vol 7, pages 163-256
8 (
1-2, Vol 8, pages 1-145
3), Vol 8, pages 147-257
9 (
1, Vol 9, pages 1-79
2, Vol 9, pages 81-165
3), Vol 9, pages 167-270
2008: 4 (
1-2, Vol 4, pages 1-240
3), Vol 4, pages 241-331
5 (
1, Vol 5, pages 1-90
2-3), Vol 5, pages 91-358
6 (
1, Vol 6, pages 1-107
2, Vol 6, pages 109-198
3), Vol 6, pages 199-285
2007: 3 (
1, Vol 3, pages 1-104
2, Vol 3, pages 105-247
3), Vol 3, pages 249-339
2006: 2
2004-2005: 1

In-press articles are listed online shortly after acceptance. Prepress abstracts are also made available. These have not yet been fully checked and copyedited and are therefore subject to change before actual publication. The article is however citable as "in press", using the DOI.


Articles

N 1112
Gardner PC, Goossens B, Bin Abu Bakar S, Bruford M
Hunting pressure a key contributor to the impending extinction of Bornean wild cattle
Prepress abstract

N 1114
Karamanlidis AA, Dendrinos P, Trillmich F
Maternal behavior and early behavioral ontogeny of the Mediterranean monk seal Monachus monachus in Greece
Prepress abstract

N 1116
McNally KL, Mott CR, Guertin JR, Bowen JL
Microbial communities of wild captured Kemp’s ridley (Lepidochelys kempii) and green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas)
Prepress abstract

N 1117
Van Cise AM, Baird RW, Harnish AE, Currie JJ, Stack SH, Cullins T, Gorgone AM
Mark-recapture estimates suggest declines in abundance of common bottlenose dolphin stocks in the main Hawaiian Islands
Prepress abstract

N 1119
Louw AJ, Pienaar EF, Shrader AM
The biological, social, and political complexity of conserving oribi antelope Ourebia ourebi in South Africa
Prepress abstract

N 1120
Brown LJ, Davy CM
Evaluation of potential information available from spot patterns and carapace abnormalities of an endangered freshwater turtle Clemmys guttata
Prepress abstract

N 1121
Jannot JE, Bjorkland R, Somers KA, Mitchell T, Tuttle VJ, McVeigh J
Elasmobranch bycatch in US West Coast groundfish fisheries
Prepress abstract

N 1122
Smith KL, Feldheim K, Carlson JK, Wiley TR, Taylor SS
Female philopatry in smalltooth sawfish Pristis pectinata: conservation and management implications
Prepress abstract

N 1123
Avens L, Ramirez MD, Goshe LR, Clark JM, Meylan AB, Teas W, Shaver DJ, Godfrey MH, Howell L
Hawksbill sea turtle life stage durations, somatic growth patterns, and age at maturation
Prepress abstract

N 1124
Gazsi G, Ivánovics B, Berta IR, Szabó T, Daniel Z, Kucska B, Urbányi B, Horváth L, Müller F, Müller T
Artificial sperm insemination in externally fertilised fish as a novel tool for ex situ and in situ conservation of valuable populations
Prepress abstract

N 1125
Gunner RM, Wilson RP, Holton MD, Scott R, Arkwright A, Fahlman A, Ulrich M, Hopkins P, Duarte C, Eizaguirre C
Activity of loggerhead turtles during the U-shaped dive: new insights using angular velocity metrics
Prepress abstract

N 1126
Dutta S, Jhala Y
Devil is in the detail: behaviorally explicit habitat selection of a critically endangered bustard
Prepress abstract

N 1127
Greenwell CN, Born KS, Admiraal R, Hodgson A, Dunlop JN, Loneragan NR
Social facilitation for conservation planning: understanding fairy tern behavior and site selection in response to conspecific audio-visual cues
Prepress abstract

N 1128
Miller KE, Shea CP
Characterizing suitable habitat for the largest remaining population of the threatened Florida scrub-jay Aphelocoma coerulescens
Prepress abstract

N 1129
Salton M, Carr M, Tarjan LM, Clarke J, Kirkwood R, Slip D, Harcourt R
Protected area use by two sympatric marine predators repopulating their historical range
Prepress abstract

N 1130
Marco A, Martins S, Martín-Rábano A, Lopes S, Clarke LJ, Abella E
Risk assessment of wildlife-watching tourism in an important endangered loggerhead turtle rookery
Prepress abstract

last update: April 23, 2021

Surov A, Banaszek A, Bogomolov P, Feoktistova N, Monecke S
Dramatic global decrease in the range and reproduction rate of the European hamster Cricetus cricetus
ESR 31:119-145 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format
   


Gessner J, Jarić I, Rochard E, Pourkazemi M
AS WE SEE IT: Sturgeon and paddlefish research focuses on low risk species and largely disregards endangered species
ESR 22:95-97 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format  
 


Inman RD, Esque TC, Nussear KE, Leitner P, Matocq MD, Weisberg PJ, Dilts TE, Vandergast AG
Is there room for all of us? Renewable energy and Xerospermophilus mohavensis
ESR 20:1-18 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format


Favero M, Blanco G, Copello S, Seco Pon JP, Patterlini C, Mariano-Jelicich R, García G, Berón MP
Seabird bycatch in the Argentinean demersal longline fishery, 2001−2010
ESR 19:187-199 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format  
 


Weller DW, Klimek A, Bradford AL, Calambokidis J, Lang AR, Gisborne B, Burdin AM, Szaniszlo W, Urbán J, Gomez-Gallardo Unzueta A, Swartz S, Brownell RL Jr
Movements of gray whales between the western and eastern North Pacific
ESR 18:193-199 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format  


Stafford KM, Moore SE, Berchok CL, Wiig Ø, Lydersen C, Hansen E, Kalmbach D, Kovacs KM
Spitsbergen’s endangered bowhead whales sing through the polar night
ESR 18:95-103 | More Information... | Full text in pdf format