Listed in SCOPUS
On April 21, 2021, we were informed that ECOCYCLES has been evaluated for inclusion in Scopus by the Content Selection & Advisory Board. The review was positive and now our journal is in the Scopus Title list.
ECOCYCLES journal is managed under the open-access software platform Open Journal Systems (OJS).
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Our journal (ISSN 2416-2140, DOI 10.19040/ecocycles) is the first Open Access, fully refereed academic periodical in the area of ecological cycles. The journal's primary goal is to offer a significant medium for scientists to present and discuss their newest findings from research on all aspects (social, economic, geological, environmental, etc.) of this field.
As calculated by Dimensions, recent Citations (Mean) values (the average number of times that a paper in ECOCYCLES has been cited by other publications) have varied in the range of 2.05 to 2.13.