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Print ISSN:   2067-533X
Online ISSN: 2067-8223
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      International Journal of Conservation Science (IJCS) is a high quality peer-reviewed journal devoted to the publication of original research papers in applied conservation science and its broad range of applications. IJCS it is an open access journal. All content is freely available without charge to any user or his/her institution.

     See current issue: Volume 6, Special Issue, 2015
with selected articles presented at GILT-EnArt 2015
International Conference on Gilding Materials and Techniques in European Art
Evora, 25th – 27th of May 2015

IJCS is indexed by Elsevier SCOPUS!


      IJCS publishes original research papers, review articles, book and project reviews in all areas dedicated to applied conservation of natural and cultural heritage and other related areas of environmental science and engineering.
      Our topics cover all disciplines and branches of modern scientific conservation. To see more go to [ Aims & Scope ].

Journal Metrics
SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) (2014) :0.220
IPP (Impact per Publication) (2014) :0.656
SNIP (Source Normalized Impact per Paper) (2014) :0.815

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IJCS published until September 2014 more than: 180 articles from 34 countries. The two main fields of the journal are represented in the graph bellow and the distribution by countries on the right side [click on image for details].
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IJCS is indexed in:
EBSCO Publishing [index list]
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
Chemical Abstracts
Genamics JournalSeek
Ulrich's Database
AWOL (The Ancient World Online)
Academic Google
WikiArc (The Wiki Archaeological Information Resource)
Smithsonian Libraries
Forum UNESCO, Universite et Patrimoine
Journal Seek
A-Z e-Journals List (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
OAKList Records (QUT Brisbane, Australia)

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