Special Issues

Journal of Zoological and Botanical Gardens runs special issues to create collections of papers on specific topics. The aim is to build a community of authors and readers to discuss the latest research and develop new ideas and research directions. Special Issues are led by Guest Editors who are experts in the subject and oversee the editorial process for papers. Papers published in a Special Issue will be collected together on a dedicated page of the journal website. For any inquiries related to a Special Issue, please contact the Editorial Office.

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Zoos as a Tool for Re-Connecting People with Nature
edited by Michel Saint-Jalme and
submission deadline 31 Dec 2021 | 6 articles
Keywords: Conservation education; Environment education; Zoo education; Science education; Experience of nature; Visitor experience; Public engagement; Connectedness to nature; Behavioural change; Education evaluation practice; How to talk to visitors
Botanic Gardens, a Powerful Alliance for Conservation
edited by
submission deadline 31 Jan 2022 | 1 articles
Keywords: botanic garden collections; threatened species; biodiversity loss; species conservation; species translocation; networking; public awareness
Local Flora and Fauna Conservation – a Role for Zoos, Aquariums and Botanical Gardens
edited by Ursula Bechert and Debra C. Colodner
submission deadline 18 Mar 2022
Keywords: zoos; aquariums; botanical gardens; local native species; conservation
Fundamental Knowledge on Forgotten Species: An Exploration of Data from Rarely Studied Captive Animals submission deadline 31 Mar 2022 | 1 articles
Keywords: Keywords: zoological data; biology; behaviour; rare; novel
The Animals Will Play While the Visitors Are Away: What Happens When Zoos and Aquariums Are Closed to Visitors?
edited by and David Powell
submission deadline 30 Apr 2022
Keywords: visitor effects; zoos; aquariums; human-animal interactions; human-animal relationships; physiology; behavior; activity budgets; space use; stress; welfare
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