Journal of Mammal Research

Aims and Scope

Journal of Mammal Research (JMR) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal devoted to publishing original, high-quality research papers on topics related to mammalian biology. JMR makes scientific results easily accessible to the broadest possible audience for the improvement of scientific knowledge and understanding.


The journal publishes original articles focused on taxonomic, ecological, evolutionary, and physiological aspects of mammalian species, including their behavior, population dynamics, and conservation. All papers undergo a rigorous peer-review process and are thoroughly edited before being accepted for publication. The primary goal of JMR is to provide a platform for publishing novel and important research results in mammalian biology and related disciplines. To this end, the journal encourages scientists to submit original manuscripts in a variety of fields, including molecular evolution, organismal biology, ecology and physiology, molecular genetics, and behavior.


We also welcome studies with theoretical and experimental approaches including but not limited to microarrays, bioinformatics, animal modeling, and agroecology. In order to provide an inclusive platform, we warmly invite submissions from students, scientists, and post-doctoral researchers from all around the world. The journal covers topics such as conservation, anatomy, physiology, behavior, genetics, ecology, and systematics of mammalian species. We welcome submissions from researchers in the field and other professionals interested in mammalian natural history.


The journal publishes original research articles, reviews, feature articles, and short communications in the field of mammal research on an international basis. Journal of Mammal Research(JMR) is committed to disseminating the highest quality research to a broad and varied audience of specialized readers. To this end, the journal seeks to provide detailed, comprehensive, and up-to-date coverage of the relevant topics, as well as to identify, explore and promote new approaches to mammal research.


In order to ensure that readers receive the most up-to-date and comprehensive information, the Journal of Mammal Research(JMR) encourages authors to submit their manuscripts to the journal's editors for editorial review. The editors review each submission with the aim of providing early and extensive feedback to the authors and offering advice on how to improve the article prior to further review. 


In order to uphold the highest standards of scholarly communication, JMR is committed to peer review of all submissions through its dedicated editorial board. All papers will go through a single-blind peer review process, and only those papers that meet the journal's standards of quality and scientific merit will be accepted for publication.


JMR is to publish articles that focus research on Mammals. Its scope covers all aspects of mammalian biology and ecology. JMR Welcomes articles with- Analytical and systematic reviews of theoretical and applied research on mammals, meta-analyses, practical evaluation techniques for studies on mammals, and a wide range of considerations of the conservation and management of mammals.


Below few keywords are specified, which belong to the scope of the journal, not strictly restricted to them. For more information do contact us at [email protected]


  • Evolution
  • Environment
  • Ecology
  • Biodiversity
  • Endangered Species
  • Morphology
  • conservation
  • Coniferous forest
  • Evolutionary biology
  • Mammals
  • Animal behavior
  • Wildlife conservation
  • Ecology
  • Habitat fragmentation
  • Biodiversity
  • Endangered species
  • Animal physiology
  • Animal ecology
  • Wildlife biology
  • Zoology
  • Carnivores
  • Herbivores
  • Omnivores
  • Nocturnal mammals
  • Diurnal mammals
  • Marine mammals
  • Terrestrial mammals
  • Rodents
  • Primates
  • Ungulates
  • Predators
  • Prey
  • Mammal genetics
  • Mammal anatomy
  • Mammal morphology
  • Mammal behavior
  • Mammal physiology
  • Mammal ecology
  • Mammal evolution
  • Mammal conservation
  • Mammal migration
  • Mammal population dynamics
  • Mammal communication
  • Mammal taxonomy
  • Mammal systematics
  • Mammal distribution
  • Mammal biogeography
  • Mammal diversity
  • Mammal research methods
  • Mammal tracking
  • Mammal population surveys
  • Mammal habitat assessment
  • Mammal range expansion
  • Mammal climate change adaptation
  • Mammal disease ecology
  • Mammal community ecology
  • Mammal social behavior
  • Mammal cognitive abilities
  • Mammal sensory systems


By promoting and disseminating the most up-to-date research in mammal research, JMR seeks to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field and foster an improved understanding of mammal species and their conservation.

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