International Journal of Bio-resource and Stress Management (IJBSM), a peer-reviewed international quarterly publication, focuses on all types of bio-resources on earth and their management at the time of stress and crisis. It has a particular emphasis on documentation, recovery and validation of ethnic and indigenous knowledge and practices, and native bio-species which have great implication for stress management. The journal acts as a forum of multidisciplinary team of scientists across the globe to raise the issues on the above themes and suggest possible solution to make this earth a better place to live.
IJBSM deals with bio-resources, viz. plants, animals, fisheries and other flora and fauna on earth. It addresses the issues on stress management related to these bio-resources, viz. climate change; soil, water, environmental as well as atmospheric crisis; population pressure; loss of biodiversity; nutrient deficiency; etc. which have put our mother earth and thereby its inhabitants in extremely vulnerable position.
IJBSM accepts original manuscripts on the above issues. It not only includes experimental findings using statistical analysis but also information on any innovative practice, idea, finding or technique. Authors are required to present the results of field studies or new ideas, concepts and principles having more general application with significant future impact.
Thus, it broadly covers the subject areas of agriculture, forestry and wild life; plants and animal science including veterinary, fishery and marine science; geology, ecology and environmental science; biochemistry and biotechnology; economics and statistics; and other allied areas relevant to the aim and scope of the journal.
Review articles pertaining to the concerned subject areas will also be considered. Findings on indigenous technical knowledge, practice, and resources worthwhile and useful worldwide as well as the cases of all types of biological stress and crisis and their eco-friendly sustainable management will be given priority