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Environmental Entomology

Purpose and Scope:

Environmental Entomology reports on the intricate and dynamic ways in which insects interact with the biological, chemical, and physical aspects of their environment. Articles are divided into the following sections: physiological ecology •  chemical ecology • population ecology • quantitative ecology • community and ecosystem ecology • biological control–parasitoids and predators • biological control–microbials • biological control–weeds • behavior • pest management • sampling • plant-insect interactions • molecular ecology and evolution. Environmental Entomology is ranked #3 in Total Cites in entomology by the Journal Citation Reports, 2007, and has an Impact Factor of 1.467.

Intended Readership:

Ecologists, biologists, physiologists, biological control experts, behavioral researchers, apiculturists, biochemists, toxicologists, insect pathologists, microbial control researchers, systematists, taxonomists, geneticists, extension and regulatory entomologists, medical and veterinary entomologists, botanists, plant pathologists, and other experts all rely Environmental Entomology as they increase the scope of knowledge and appreciation of the entomological world.

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Bibliographic Information:

2009 Volume No. 38
Number of issues per year: 6
Frequency: Bimonthly 
ISSN: 0046-225X
Months of Publication: February, April, June, August, October, December
Print Format: 7” x 10”: 133 line screen photographs, white paper
Online subscriptions: IP access
Environmental Entomology is peer-reviewed.

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Indexing and Abstracting:

Environmental Entomology is indexed and abstracted in • Agricola • Biological Abstracts • BIOSIS Database • CAB Abstracts • Cambridge Scientific Abstracts • Current Contents • Zoological Record

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Editorial Board:

Editor-in-Chief
E. Alan Cameron, State College, PA

Subject Editors
James D. Barbour, University of Idaho
Carlyle Brewster, Virginia Tech
Mark W. Brown, Appalachian Fruit Research Station 
Ernest S. Delfosse, Michigan State University

Gary W. Felton, Penn State University
Shelby J. Fleischer, Penn State University
Kristopher L. Giles, Oklahoma State University
Marion O. Harris, North Dakota State University
Daniel A. Herms, The Ohio State University
David R. Horton, USDA-ARS
Kier D. Klepzig, USDA Forest Service
Marc L. Klowden, University of Idaho
Tracy C. Leskey, USDA-ARS, Appalachian Fruit Research Station

B. Staffan Lindgren, University of Northern British Columbia
Charles Linn, Jr., New York State Agricultural Experiment Station
Jeffrey C. Lord, USDA-ARS-GMPRC
David C. Margolies, Kansas State University
Heather J. McAuslane, University of Florida
James R. Miller, Michigan State University
Steven E. Naranjo, USDA-ARS, Arid-Land Agricultural Research Center
Maciej A. Pszczolkowski, Missouri State University

Kenneth F. Raffa, University of Wisconsin
Richard A. Redak, University of California
G. V. P. Reddy, University of Guam
John R. Ruberson, University of Georgia
Thomas W. Sappington, USDA-ARS
Patrick C. Tobin, USDA Forest Service

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Published by:

Environmental Entomology is published by the Entomological Society of America. Founded over 100 years ago, the Entomological Society of America (ESA) is the largest organization in the world dedicated to serving the scientific and professional needs of entomologists and those in related disciplines. ESA is a not-for-profit scientific society governed by members elected to represent scientific Sections and regional Branches. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in entomology. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.entsoc.org/membership/.

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