About the Journal

Focus and Scope

Management of biodiversity protection is the greatest challenge for human civilization on the planet now. Biodiversity plays priceless contributions in different horizons such as poverty, food security, livestock, fisheries, forestry, wildlife, transports, trade policy, ecotourism, human health etc. of our life. Immense implications aspects are inevitable. Journal of Biodiversity Conservation and Bioresource Management (JBCBM) is the spokesman of biodiversity and its conservation. The journal will publicize and fulfil the aspiration of biodiversity researchers. It will commence an access to bring the research findings to the people. This will create and raise awareness among the general mass to make them “realize” the roles of bioresources in their daily life.

Peer Review Process

Flow Chart of Peer Review Process of the "Journal of Biodiversity Conservation and Bioresource Management" (JBCBM)

  • Receiving article MS from the author(s) as per direction “Instructions to Contributors” of J. biodivers. conserv. bioresour. manag.
  • Reviewer(s) selection by the editorial board
  • Sending MS to the selected reviewers (two reviewers)
  • Ten days for MS reviewing tenure
  • Receiving reviewed MS from the reviewers
  • Sending reviewed articles to the authors for correction as per comments of the reviewers concerned
  • Receiving corrected copy from the author(s)
  • Forwarding corrected copies to the editorial board members for individual comments
  • Editorial board meeting
  • Final decision taken by the editorial board (MS rejection rate 33%)
  • Finally selected and approved articles are published

Publication Frequency

Journal of Biodiversity Conservation and Bioresource Management is published two times in a year (June & December) by Biodiversity Conservation Trust Foundation (BCTF), Environmental Biology and Biodiversity Lab(EBBL), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.