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Mammalian Species (ERA Journal)

Mammalian Species is an ERA accredited research journal used as part of the evaluation of the ERA research rankings.

Mammalian Species issn is: 1545-1410.

The fields covered by Mammalian Species as part of the evaluation of Australian university research excellence are:

Environmental Science and Management Research Rankings (Sub-Field)

Evolutionary Biology Research Rankings (Sub-Field)

Zoology Research Rankings (Sub-Field)

Other ERA-accredited journals supporting the evaluation of the Environmental Science and Management field include:

- Acta Chiropterologica: international journal of bat biology
- Alam Cipta: International Journal of Sustainable Tropical Design Research and Practice
- Building and Environment
- Cunninghamia
- Herpetological Conservation and Biology
- International Institute for Environment and Development Sustainable Agriculture Programme: Hidden Harvest Research Series
- International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
- International Journal of Water Resources Development
- Journal of Chemical Health and Safety
- Membrane Water Treatment
- Nature Climate Change
- Oryx: journal of fauna and flora international
- Revista Mexicana De Biodiversidad
- Standort: Zeitschrift fuer angewandte Geographie
- Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment


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- ERA 2018 Outcomes Research Rankings List

- ERA 2018 Research Rankings Analysis

- ERA 2018 Individual University Outcomes List

- ERA List of Research Fields Rankings

- ERA Journal Rankings 2018 List



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