Welcome to the journal "ECOCYCLES"!


The European Ecocycles Society (ECyS) launched its new, open access scientific journal "ECOCYCLES" (DOI prefix 10.19040 [CrossRef], ISSN 2416-2140). The journal publishes peer-reviewed, original research and review articles focused on the theoretical and practical aspects of ecological cycles in order to address current and emerging environmental and ecological issues. The journal started publishing in August 2015. Issues are readable HERE. We are calling for papers for Volume 2, Issue No. 2.

Publication in the Journal is free of charge for all authors, and it is rapid and continuous: final proofs of papers (with DOI numbers) are published without delay.

The maniscript template is downloadable HERE.

The journal's repository has been validated and registered by the Open Archives Initiative, the Electronic Journals Library (ZDB number 2832967-3), ResearchBib, and is indexed by Google Scholar, Google, Bing, AcademicKeys, BASE, and WorldCat.

The new journal needs authors, reviewers, and editors (and, of course, readers!), please let us know if you are interested!

Posted on December 5, 2015 by Admin

Registration and Login

You may register at the website of the journal, or, alternatively, ask for a username and a temporary password from the Journal's Editor in Chief for logging in the journal's website.

Posted on August 5, 2015 by Admin

Submission of Your Paper

With your username and password you may log in the journal's website as Author in the User Home and start a New Submission.

Use the journal's template to prepare your manucript.

Focus and scope

Ecological cycles are the various self-regulating processes that recycle the earth's limited resources - water, carbon, nitrogen, and other elements - that are essential to sustain life. The Eco Cycle strategy is based on these processes and is aimed at bringing about a society with non-toxic and resource-efficient cycles. Understanding how local cycles fit into global cycles is essential to make the best possible management decisions to maintain ecosystem health and productivity for now and the future. The European Ecocycles Society has been created by researchers studying these cycles, and the goal of this journal is to publish scientific results in this field.

The new journal will cover a broad range of ecological issues and focus on why they matter for a particular environmental point of view. Possible research areas might include (but are not limited to):

  • Agriculture and fisheries
  • Climatology and climate change
  • Cultural heritage
  • Ecological cycles: general considerations
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Environmental economics and environmental sociology
  • Environmental education and pedagogy
  • Environmental engineering
  • Environmental geology
  • Environmental law and legislation
  • Environmental pollution, protection and management and solid waste management - (phytoremediation)
  • Food safety
  • Forestry
  • Genetically modified organisms
  • Geoinformatics
  • Industrial structure and urban planning (including urban agriculture)
  • Natural resources management
  • Nature conservation
  • Plant, animal and human ecology (invasive and migratory species)
  • Regional development
  • Rural development
  • Social marketing, communication and media management
  • Soil conservation
  • Soil-plant interactions
  • Sustainable energy production
  • Transport and traffic
  • Viticulture and oenology
  • Waste minimization, management, and pollution prevention
  • Water resources and wastewater management
  • Wildlife management and rehabilitation

Posted on August 6, 2015 by Admin