One of the principal missions of Oryx is to support conservation authors in their endeavours to make an impact in conservation, wherever they live and work.
Communicating research findings clearly, to both national and international audiences, is integral to making an impact. This is where we can help, working closely with authors to provide them with the editorial and media support they require, from the initial submission through to editing, publication and the writing of a blog post to promote their article.
“Our paper improved considerably as a result of the meticulous editing work of the Oryx editorial team. It is by far one of the best experiences we have ever had when publishing a scientific paper!”
As additional support we maintain Writing for Conservation—a guide to help authors with their scientific writing and the production of publication-quality figures—and a list of our recommendations for free and open source Tools and resources, and we also offer writing for conservation workshops.
Various metrics illustrate the impact of Oryx and of its authors:
The impact of Oryx is international. Since 2010 we have published articles from submitting authors in over 100 countries:
All Oryx articles from volume 1 of 1950 are freely available on Cambridge Core. In 2021 Oryx articles were viewed and downloaded more than 1 million times.
Scholar Metrics illustrate the visibility and influence of articles, authors and journals. The 2023 Scholar Metrics for journals cover articles published in 2018–2022, including citations from all articles that were indexed in Google Scholar as of July 2023.
The Impact Factor also illustrates the visibility and influence of journals. Clarivate Analytics publishes an annual Journal Citation Report, the most recent of which, for 2022, includes citations in that year to articles published in 2020 and 2021.
Oryx has a 2022 Impact Factor of 2.7, ranking it 21st of 64 journals in the Biodiversity Conservation category and 75th of 169 in the Ecology category.
For more information on the impact factor and how it is calculated, visit Clarivate.