The Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand is an international journal of the science and technology of New Zealand and the Pacific region.
2017 Impact Factor 1.147
Aims: New Zealand’s oldest learned periodical originated in the 1860s, as the Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. Its modern descendant, the Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, is a comprehensive multidisciplinary journal publishing high-quality research on themes represented by Royal Society Te Apārangi. Research published in the Journal targets diverse scientific audiences worldwide.
Scope of submissions: The Journal reports excellent research from New Zealand authors, whether the research focuses on New Zealand or beyond. Submissions from authors outside of New Zealand are welcome if the submission has potential to make a significant impact on New Zealand or the adjacent Pacific region. All contributions are peer reviewed. The Journal publishes original research papers, review articles and short communications.
Prospective contributors should consult recent issues of the journal and contact the Publishing team to discuss whether a planned submission is appropriate.
Electronic and printed issues are published quarterly (B5 format)
Print ISSN: 0303-6758, Online ISSN: 1175-8899
Contact the Publishing team at the Royal Society of New Zealand