Ecological Research


    Vol. 32 (2017)
    No. submitted articles: 536
    No. accepted articles: 126


    Current issue
    (vol. 33, issue 5)
    Days for acceptance:
    175 (84–388)
    Days for online-first:
    206 (111–431)
    Days for publication:
    364 (236–567)

    vol. 21 2006


    Top: A radio-tracked Japanese badger, Meles meles anakuma, one of the mammals being studied in the Kitagawa River research project.
    Photo by Tetsukazu Yahara

    Middle: A zooplankter, Kabuto Mijinko (Daphnia galeata), which is distributed in lakes and reservoirs and plays a key role in structuring plankton communities.
    Photo by Jotaro Urabe*

    Bottom: Polypodium formosanum, a critically endangered fern distributed in Yakushima Island.
    Photo by Tetsukazu Yahara

    *Jotaro Urabe is the recipient of the 12th Ecological Society of Japan Award!!