American Midland Naturalist

Journal Abbreviation: AM MIDL NAT
Journal ISSN: 0003-0031

About American Midland Naturalist

    The American Midland Naturalist has entered the 21st Century publishing a broad spectrum of field and experimental biology in an era of fundamental changes in scientific publishing. Its diversity and significance are evident in that it is among the most frequently cited sources in journals of botany, general ecology, mammalogy, zoology, herpetology, behavior, vegetation, wildlife management, parasitology, ornithology, aquatic biology and other disciplines. Recent concern about biodiversity has long been evident in the journal.<br/><br/>In the face of increasingly specialized and expensive journals, it continues as a journal of “scientific natural history,” in Charles Elton’s apt phrase, and is still modestly priced, with new low rates for individuals and students.
Year Bioxbio Journal Impact* IF Total Articles Total Cites
2019/2020 - 0.677 51 3490
2018 - 0.657 47 3545
2017 - 0.714 52 3588
2016 - 0.636 53 3548
2015 - 0.592 59 3342
2014 - 0.773 62 3369
2013 - 0.621 19 3233
2012 - 0.667 69 3437
2011 - 0.619 76 3237
2010 - 0.526 71 3220