Branning, Uppland. Photo: Yvonne Aldentun

Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research

The Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research (SJFR) publishes original articles relevant to forests and forestry of boreal and temperate regions, including the forestry-to-wood production chain. The impact factor of SJFR is (2015) 1.537. The journal accepts original papers of high scientific quality and international interest in the entire fields of forest research from basic to more applied subjects including:

  • wood science and technology
  • silviculture
  • forest utilisation
  • forest planning
  • management and economics
  • marketing

In addition to original articles and research contributed by international academics and professionals from within the forest industry, the journal presents a very popular News & Views section covering topical issues and items concerning R & D in the forest industry sector.

Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research celebrated its 25th year anniversary in 2010. Read more about Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research in the Editor’s Bulletin (2010): “The Evolution from a Regional Journal to a Research Hub” (pdf).

Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research is published six times per year on behalf of SNS. Wood Material Science & Engineering is published with 4 issues per year. Editor is PhD Mats Hannerz. Manuscripts should be submitted online at the journals homepage. Impact Factor (2011) is 1,197.