2016 Journal Impact Factors Released

The 2016 impact factors for peer-reviewed journals were released last week, and both journals published by the American Ornithological Society saw a boost in their numbers—The Condor is up to 2.654 from 1.427 and is now #1 of the 24 ornithology journals ranked, and The Auk is up to 2.096 from 1.871 (ranking #4). This means that the American Ornithological Society now publishes half of the top four ornithology journals in the world.

Impact factors are calculated based on the number of citations received in a year by articles published in a journal during the two preceding years and are considered to be an important measure of a journal’s prominence in its field. The AOS publications team wants to thank all of our Associate Editors, authors, and reviewers, as well as everyone who reads and cites The Auk and The Condor!

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