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Intermountain Journal of Sciences (IJS)

The Intermountain Journal of Sciences (IJS) offers a regional peer-reviewed outlet for scientists, educators, and students to submit original research, management applications, or viewpoints concerning the sciences. We welcome original manuscripts dealing with Biological Sciences (Botany, Aquatic & Terrestrial), Environmental Sciences & Engineering, Health & Human Development, Humanities & Social Sciences, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, Molecular Cellular Biology & Neurosciences, Pharmacology & Toxicology and Physical Sciences. It is co-sponsored by The Montana Academy of Sciences, The Montana Chapter of The American Fisheries Society and The Montana Chapter of the Wildlife Society.

Abstracts from presentations at annual meetings of the co-sponsoring organizations appear in the last issue of each printed volume if submitted by the sponsoring organization(s) for any given year. This has provided a permanent record in a professional and consistent format of their annual meeting proceedings that is not only available to individual subscribers and libraries but is in the process of becoming available on line. The on line digital repository is administered by Montana State University’s Open Journal Systems accessed through IJS’s Website (see the Search Journal tab in the above header).

Twenty-two volumes (46 issues) of IJS have been printed since 1995 that included 172 published articles from among 182 manuscripts submitted through the end of 2016. An additional 27 articles were published in three special thematic issues in which individual manuscripts were solicited. All volumes of IJS are now being unarchived, digitized and made available on-line as they are completed starting with the most recent volume.