International Journal of Limnology

About The Journal

International Journal of Limnology (IJLI) is an international Open Access, Peer-Reviewed Journal and it publishes articles in the form of research, reviews, short communications, case reports, letters to the editor, Editorials, clinical case images, opinions, mini-reviews, conference proceeding articles with the related topics of Limnology.


IJLI has strived to provide the most current research findings, while also providing a platform for international exchange of ideas, research, and methods. All manuscripts are rigorously reviewed by subject-matter specialists to ensure that the highest quality work is published. In addition, the journal encourages authors to disseminate and discuss their research findings, creating a unique environment for international exchange and collaboration. With no barriers to entry, the journal welcomes submissions from authors worldwide.

Submission Process:

IJLI accepts submissions from authors of all levels, from students to professionals, and encourages interdisciplinary research from around the world. Submitted manuscripts should reflect the research and findings from the field of limnology and be prepared in accordance with the journal's guidelines for authors. Manuscripts submitted for publication will be reviewed for their scientific impact, and quality, as well as their overall adherence to the publication's standards and style.

History of the International Journal of Limnology
  • It is launched in the year of 2018
  • IJLI published articles at Archives
  • ISSN of the IJLI is 2691-3208
  • DOI for the articles published in IJLI arises with 10.14302/issn.2691-3208
  • This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License


Scope of IJLI:

Reservoir economics, Agricultural climatology, Agriculture, Air chemistry, Air quality atmosphere, Applied meteorology, Atmospheric and oceanic physics, Atmospheric and solar-terrestrial physics, Atmospheric chemistry, Atmospheric environment, Aviation climatology, Bio diversity, Biogeochemistry and nutrient dynamics, Biology of animals and plants, Biometeorology, Biogeography etc.

Remaining Scope can be viewed at Aim and Scope 


Instructions to Prepare your article:

Author’s are requested to go through the Instructions for Author’s panel to check about the rules for formatting the article. Authors are asked to provide a short abstract and keywords with their manuscript and should make sure to include all relevant acknowledgements with the submitted material.Once the paper has been accepted, authors are asked to sign a Copyright Transfer Agreement granting Open Access Pub the right to publish their work in the journal.


Article Processing Charge:

IJLI charges an Article Processing Charge (APC) to cover the costs associated with processing, review, and production of articles published in the journal. The APC may vary on the merit of the article and also on special occasions.


Advantages Of Publications:

This journal is an excellent platform for researchers to share their latest research findings and to connect with their peers across the globe. By submitting an article to IJLI, authors can be confident that their work will be reviewed thoroughly and will be visible to a broad audience. Authors can also receive feedback from experienced editors, which is a great benefit in the pursuit of scientific excellence.


Editorial Board Members:

IJLI is supported by a distinguished editorial board, composed of leading authorities from a wide range of disciplines. All members of the editorial board work selflessly to ensure that the journal meets its high standards for quality and innovation. The editorial board also facilitates the review process, from article submission through to post-publication feedback and discussion. They maintain the highest standards of scientific integrity and peer review and ensure that the journal follows accepted conventions for publishing original research.


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