Aims & Scope
The Korean Journal of Ecology is the official journal of the Ecological Society of Korea. This Journal publishes peer-reviewed, original research papers, reviews, reports, and comments covering all aspects of ecology and field biology of all kinds of organisms, including modeling and theoretical aspects, and the influence of environmental factors on them. The subjects and contents of any review article should be discussed with the Editor prior to submission. The coverage of the journal ranges from molecular-level mechanistic studies to investigations at the whole ecosystem (global) scale. Also, the journal publishes articles presenting research across disciplinary and environmental boundaries, including studies examining interactions among geological, microbial, biological, chemical, physical, hydrological, and societal processes.
The aim of The Korean Journal of Ecology is to provide a forum for the ecologist to address and evaluate ecological issues relating to processes and structures at different integration levels (individuals, populations, communities, ecosystems and the landscape). The journal bridges fundamental ecology and environmental ecology and spans the boundaries of spatial and temporal scale, discipline and perspective.