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Lesnoy zhurnal

Lesnoy zhurnal (Forestry journal)

On January 27, 1833, the Society for Encouraging Forestry, founded by the order of the Russian Emperor Nikolay I, made a decision to publish «Lesnoy Zhurnal (Forestry journal)» - the first forestry periodical in Russia.

Lesnoy Zhurnal (Forestry journal) has been issued as a part of the “Bulletin of Higher Educational Institutions” since 1958.

The periodical is the peer-reviewed scientific periodic printing edition. The journal is in the list of periodicals recommended by the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles for publishing the materials of PhD and master's thesis.

The periodical is issued six times a year.

In 2011, Doctor of Technical Sciences and professor V.I. Melekhov has been appointed the chief editor of the journal.

The periodical has been included in the database of the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) since 2001.

The periodical is indexed in the International Databases Ulrich’s Periodical’s Directory, AGRIS, EBSCO, J-Gate, Chemical Abstracts Service, China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI).

The periodical is reviewed by Russian Institute for Scientific and Technical Information of the Russian Academy of Sciences and in the US information editions.

The articles published in the journal are assigned Index DOI (digital object identifier) since 2015.

“Lesnoy Zhurnal (Forestry journal)” has a permanent editorial board and the Institute of peer reviewing.

It is distributed in Russia and the countries near and far abroad by the “Rospechat” Agency (index 70368), Agency for the distribution of foreign publications (index 93510), as well as by newsstand sale. Also, starting May 2018, a subscription to the electronic version of the journal can be made in the largest distribution company, OOO "IVIS" (East View Information Services).

Currently, the journal publishes the materials in the following specialties groups:

  • 06.03.00 Forestry;

  • 05.21.00 Technology, machines and harvesting equipment, forestry, timber processing machineries and machines of the wood biomass treatment;

  • 03.02.00 General Biology.

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Arctic and North

Arctic and North

"Arctic and North" journal (ISSN 2221-2698) is an electronic scientific periodical that has been published continuously since the first issue in 2011. Not less than 4 issues are published per year. All articles are published in Russian and English.

The journal is focused on the Arctic and North mostly from the perspective of economics, political science and social studies, with attention to historical, cultural, environmental studies as well. The journal is published for the wide audience and may be interesting for representatives of scientific community, universities, research institutions, Russian federal, regional and local governments, business, culture, and for everyone involved or interested in the Arctic and North both in Russia and abroad.

All articles are reviewed (double-blind peer review). All issues can be downloaded for free. The Creative Commons CC BY-SA license for the journal and articles is in use since September 22, 2016.

The journal is registered at:

Roskomnadzor as an internet scientific periodical published in Russian and English, Registration certificate El № FS77- 42809, issued on the 26th of November 2010;
Elibrary (2011);
Directory of Open Access Journals — DOAJ (2013);
Global Serials Directory Ulrichsweb, USA (2013);
NSD, Norway (2015);
InfoBase Index, India (2015);
ERIH PLUS, Norway (2016);
MIAR, Spain (2016);
RSCI (2018).

The Founder — Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Arkhangelsk, Russian Federation.

Editor-in-Chief — Elena V. Kudryashova, D.Phil., Professor, Rector of  Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov.

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 Vestnik of Northern (Arctic) Federal University

Vestnik of Northern (Arctic) Federal University.
Series "Humanitarian and Social Sciences"

Vestnik of Northern (Arctic) Federal University. Series "Humanitarian and Social Sciences" is an academic peer-reviewed journal recognized by the Russian research community.  The journal is included by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation in the list of Russian peer-reviewed academic journals publishing major scientific results of theses for academic degrees of doctor and candidate of sciences. The series is issued 6 times per year and offers publications covering the basic research activities in the fields of history and archeology, philosophy, philology.

Aims and scope: 

  1. Provide scholars with an opportunity to publish their findings; 

  2. Highlight the most relevant, interesting and promising areas of humanities and social sciences; 

  3. Exchange scholarly information in the international academic space. 

Vestnik of Northern (Arctic) Federal University. Series "Humanitarian and Social Sciences" is indexed in e-Library, Ciberleninka, Crossref, InfobaseIndex, NSD.

All the articles published in the journal are in open access. 

Editor-in-Chief — Vladislav I. Goldin, Doctor of History, Professor

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Arctic Environmental Research

Arctic Environmental Research

AER is the peer-reviewing scientific journal, issued 4 times per year.

Launched in 2012, AER continues to provide a scholarly venue for publication of research findings related to the Arctic and adjacent areas, in order to draw attention to the most relevant, promising and interesting findings from the region, and facilitate exchange of scientific information on an international level.

Traditionally, the journal covers a wide range of disciplines, including geology, geodesy and cartography, geoinformatics, geoecology, engineering geology, permafrost and soil science, prospecting and exploration of solid minerals, oil and gas fields, biogeography, botany, microbiology, zoology, genetics, ecology, hydrobiology, parasitology, mycology, soil science, biological resources. Its focus is placed on original research based on field or laboratory experiments and mathematical modeling of processes taking place in high latitudes.

AER is indexed in:

  • e-Library, Ciberleninka,
  • Crossref,
  • InfobaseIndex,
  • NSD.

This journal is a supporter of open science. Open access to content is clearly marked, with text and/or the open access logo, on all materials published under this model. Unless otherwise stated, open access content is published in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license (CC-BY).

Editor-in-Chief — Ivan N. Bolotov, Doctor of Biology, Director of the Institute of Ecological Problems of the North, Federal Research Centre of Comprehensive Study of the Arctic, Russian Academy of Sciences

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Journal of Medical and Biological Research

Journal of Medical and Biological Research

Journal of Medical and Biological Research is included by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation in the list of Russian peer-reviewed academic journals publishing major scientific results of theses for academic degrees of doctor and candidate of sciences. 

The journal is issued 4 times per year (starting from 2013) and presents publications on major research works in the following fields:  

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

  • Physiology

MEDICAL SCIENCES

  • Prevention medicine
  • Medical and biological science

The journal’s aim is to publish practical and theoretical results of research within medical and biological sciences and provide researchers with an opportunity to publish their findings, including those within the Arctic subject area.

The journal’s mission is to make medical and biological problems visible, including those in the circumpolar environment, and to exchange information in this field.

Journal of Medical and Biological Research is indexed in e-Library, Ciberleninka, Crossref, InfobaseIndex, NSD.

All the articles published in the journal are in open access.

Editor-in-Chief — Anatoly V. Gribanov, Doctor of Medicine, Professor

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