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Untuk mahasiswa dan lulusan UI, Research Center for Climate Change (RCCC-UI) memberikan pendampingan penulisan manuskrip dan awal hingga publikasi di jurnal Taprobanica

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TAPROBANICA is the official journal of the Research Centre for Climate Change, University of Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia.

Taprobanica publishes Major Research Articles with emphasis on:

  • The effects of climate and land use change on biodiversity
  • New taxonomic descriptions, monographs and reviews
  • Studies of biodiversity, species and their ecology
  • Integrated conservation and development initiatives such as landscape approaches
  • Disaster risk management and biodiversity
  • Biodiversity policy and planning
  • Economic aspects of biodiversity and its conservation

Papers on new techniques/sampling methods, literature surveys, and short communications are not suitable. Furthermore, specimens of taxa described in Taprobanica as new to science should be deposited in recognised National or International depositories.

Edited By: A.A. Thasun Amarasinghe, Jatna Supriatna & Chris Margules
Impact Factor: not yet evaluated
Indexed: Zoological Record (Thomson Reuters)

Authors must strictly follow journal instructions and adhere to guidelines; otherwise manuscript will be returned before considering for review.

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CURRENT ISSUE

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TAPROBANICA
Volume 08 | Number 01 | 2016
Published Date: 26 March 2016
Pages 1–40 | 15 plates

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Notice:

Taprobanica, the Asian Journal of Biodiversity, is changing its emphasis to include the entire range of factors, both natural and human-induced, that effect biodiversity.

We will continue to publish new taxonomic descriptions, studies of species and their ecology, but there will be fewer of these in order to make room for an expansion of the subject matter. We want to include studies of the complex social - ecological systems that biodiversity is a part of. This will include the social, political, economic and institutional arrangements that drive environmental change and define the relationships between biodiversity and people, including the following:

(1) The effects of climate and land use change on biodiversity

(2) New taxonomic descriptions, monographs and reviews

(3) Studies of biodiversity, species and their ecology;

(4) Integrated conservation and development initiatives such as landscape approaches

(5) Disaster risk management and biodiversity

(6) Biodiversity policy and planning

(7) Economic aspects of biodiversity and its conservation.

The journal now welcomes contributions covering these topics. Please see detailed instructions to authors for details of submission requirements.

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