Aims and Scope
The Indian Journal of Soil Conservation accepts original full length research articles, short communications, review articles, case studies, book reviews, experiences and opinions in the field of soil and water conservation, natural resource management, watershed management, soil-plant-water relationships, conservation agronomy, farming systems, agroforestry and pasture management, land degradation and rehabilitation, land use planning, socio-economics and policy issues and environment protection.
Review articles are expected to be of national and international coverage and suggesting future needs. Short communications, news and notes are primarily meant for quick communication and reducing the time lag. Contributions should be exclusively for the Indian Journal of Soil Conservation.