The Edinburgh Journal of Botany (EJB) is an international journal of plant systematics covering related aspects of biodiversity, conservation science and phytogeography. Published by Cambridge University Press in partnership with the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, the journal provides global coverage of all groups of plants and fungi.
The journal is a particularly valued forum for research on South East and South West Asia, Sino-Himalaya and Brazilian biodiversity. The journal also publishes important work on European, Central American and African biodiversity and encourages submissions from thoughout the world. Commissioned book reviews are also included.
All papers are peer reviewed and an international editorial board provides a body of expertise to reflect the wide range or work published and the geographical spread of the journal's authors and readers. This, combined with the high production values of Cambridge University Press, delivers a high quality, fully illustrated journal.
The editorial office of the EJB is based at the Garden. The Editor is Mark Newman. Instructions for authors can be found by downloading the Instructions for Authors document.
The EJB is published three times a year (in March, July and November) by Cambridge University Press (CUP). For more information on how to order or subscribe to the EJB, please visit the CUP website.