Topic Area Focus: Environmental Toxicology

Environmental toxicology is a multidisciplinary field of science concerned with the study of the harmful effects of various chemical, biological and physical agents on living organisms. Ecotoxicology is a subdiscipline of environmental toxicology concerned with studying the harmful effects of toxicants at the population and ecosystem levels.

We invite all scientists and experts performing research in relevant or connected areas to submit manuscripts which focus on the following topics: 

Biological Research Collections Preserve Environmental Health Indicators

Examining environmental toxicology effects on species’ genetic materials via biological research collections is crucial to forecast future health changes. Careful specimen preservation provides sound documentation to support researchers seeking answers in the environmental health field. We welcome international collaboration on study initiatives to maintain and grow these samples for our society’s permanent record.
Why Publish with Us
This journal is published on behalf of the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences Foundation (AEHS) and is distributed to 16,000 affiliated members at foundation workshops, conferences and congresses.
Ranks in the Q2 (2021) CiteScore Best Quartile.

Developing Host-Microbiome Measurement Systems is Fundamental for Resiliency

The health trajectory of aquatic organisms like zebrafish are susceptible to changes within their microbiomes. Creating measurement frameworks to identify these disturbances will facilitate comprehension of human activity's impact on marine wildlife. We invite novel approaches to assessing how ecological metrics can be leveraged to increase understanding of host-biome interactions.
Why Publish with Us
The Impact Factor of this journal is 11.750 ranking it in the Top Impact Factor Best Quartile (2021).
With this journal indexed in 10 international databases, your published article can be read and cited by researchers worldwide

Chronicling Endocrine Disruption Scientists’ Contributions Essential to Scholarship & Society

Documenting the important scientific advancements of endocrine disruption pioneers like Theo Colburn is critical to educate the public and further contribute to the research community. Archiving their work provides insightful perspectives into changing gender roles in science and leveraging biographies to address global public health education gaps. We encourage thought provoking papers on projects that trace the history and impact of environmental toxicology field experts.
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Quality and Impact: 2.582 (2021) Impact Factor. Ranked 108 out of 279 in the Environmental Sciences category of the Journal Citation Reports™ from Clarivate™ 2022
Reach: 147K article downloads last year. Highest usage among volumes 2019-2022

Artificial Intelligence Systems Key to Identifying Invertebrate Phenotypic Diversity

Unfolding tardigrade dispersion, distribution, and diversity via specimen computer identification aids in the discovery of new morphospecies. Developing modern, technological infrastructures can shed light in the darkest areas of aquatic animal species in extreme environmental conditions. We provide a publishing forum for researchers to share your new, innovative applications in phenotypic diversity.
Why Publish with Us
Ranks in the Q1 (2021) CiteScore Best Quartile
Receives more than 271K full-text article downloads annually, and consistently ranks in the top-5 positions in Google search results for the most popular keywords leveraged by environmental researchers.

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All submitted manuscripts will undergo desk assessment and peer-review as part of Taylor & Francis' standard editorial processes and procedures. Please review the journal's Aims and Scope and author submission instructions prior to submitting a manuscript.