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Springer will publish Journal of Coastal Conservation
Date:9/11/2007

Springer, one of the worlds leading STM publishers, will publish the Journal of Coastal Conservation (JCCO), the official publication of the EUCC the Coastal Union. Linking science and policy, JCCO is an ideal companion to Springers other journals in coastal science, the International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law and Marine Biology. The first issue of the relaunched JCCO, with a new editor and advisory board, revised and broadened orientation and new subtitle, will be published by Springer this month.

The Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management publishes both theoretical and applied research on integrated and sustainable management of the terrestrial, coastal and marine environmental interface. While the main focus is on environmental science, articles also deal with topics such as geography, geosciences, oceanography, nature conservation, geospatial and information technology, biology, climate, plant science, hydrology and tourism. The quarterly journal contains original papers, reviews, short communications, and book reviews. The Editor-in-Chief David R. Green from the Centre for Marine and Coastal Zone Management (CMCZM) at the School of Geosciences at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, is supported by an international editorial board.

David R. Green, who is also President of EUCC, said, We welcome this exciting opportunity to relaunch the Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management with a major international publisher, and to build upon the previous success of this publication. Today, coastal and marine issues are at the forefront of environmental concerns worldwide, and the revised journal provides a unique platform to communicate research, knowledge and understanding to a broad church including the scientist, policymaker, coastal manager and practitioner.

Petra van Steenbergen, Senior Publishing Editor, Geosciences, at Springer, said, Springer is confident that the scientific communit
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Contact: Joan Robinson
joan.robinson@springer.com
49-622-148-78130
Springer
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