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Editorial Board

Prof.Dr. Derya EŞEN

Prof.Dr. Kermit CROMAC Jr. (Oregon State University)

Prof.Dr. Rimvydas VASAITIS (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences)

Prof.Dr. Jirí REMEŠ (Czech University of Life Sciences Prague)

Prof.Dr. Marc J. LINIT (University of Missouri)

Prof.Dr. Zeki DEMİR

Prof. Dr. Emrah ÇİÇEK

Prof.Dr. Necmi AKSOY

Prof. Dr. Derya SEVİM KORKUT

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Aybike Ayfer KARADAĞ

Assoc.Prof. Dr.Tarık GEDİK

Assoc.Prof. Dr. Akif KETEN

Asst.Prof. Dr.Pınar KÖYLÜ

Asst.Prof. Dr. Hasan ÖZDEMİR

Asst.Prof. Dr. Hüseyin AMBARLI

Asst.Prof. Dr.Bülent TOPRAK

Asst.Prof. Dr.İdris DURUSOY

Asst.Prof. Dr.Bilal ÇETİN

Res. Asst. Nuray ÖZTÜRK

Res. Asst. Çağlar AKÇAY

Res. Asst. Ömer ÖZYÜREK

Res. Asst. Tarık ÇİTGEZ



Aims and Scope

Journal of Forestry publishes original research papers on all aspects of the Forestry, Forest Products, Landscape, Agriculture,Wildlife Ecology and related fields of studies. The scope of the journal includes all forest ecosystems, Agricultural ecosystems and landscapes.


Manuscript Structure

Submitted manuscripts should not be longer than 15 printed pages

Sections and subsections should be numbered 1.1 (then 1.1.1, 1.1.2,), 1.2, 2.1, 2.2., 3.1, 3.2 etc.


Kapsam ve Yazım Kuralları 


Title of Paper (Times New Roman, 14 Font size, Bold)

Author Firstname Surname1, FirstName Surname2 and Firstname Surname1 (Times New Roman, 12 Font size)

1Affiliation (Times New Roman, 11 Font size)


Abstract (Times New Roman, 12 Font size)


Abstract must not exceed 300 words and should include methods, main results and conclusions.

Abstract should state the problem, briefly describe the approaches as materials and methods, main results and conclusions (Times New Roman, 11 Font size)

Keywords: A list in alphabetical order not exceeding five words. one, two, three, etc. (Times New Roman, 12 Font size)


1.     Introduction (Times New Roman, 13 Font size)


Explain the reasons for carrying out the work, what makes your paper will have interest and value for a broad audience. The key points that have broad appeals. Clearly state the aim of the study and nature of the hypothesis or hypotheses under consideration at the last paragraph of the Intro section (Times New Roman, 12 Font size, 1.5 spacing)  

2.     Materials and Methods (Times New Roman, 13 Font size)


Provide sufficient details of the techniques sample size, the description of the statistical analyses employed to enable the work to be repeated (Times New Roman, 12 Font size, 1.5 spacing)  






3.     Results and Discussions (Times New Roman, 13 Font size)


Point out the significance of the results in relation to the reasons for doing the work, and place them in the context of other work.

Present the evidence that relates the key question being tested have notable value for a broad readership. 

Do not present the same numbers already shown on the table or figure instead compare the results with similar studies and discuss why you get similar or different results.

What makes your results valuable?

What is the management implications of your results? (Times New Roman, 12 Font size, 1.5 spacing)  

4.     Conclusions (Times New Roman, 13 Font size)


Do not present the results again, instead present your conclusions. What we get from your findings. Is there any recommendation based on your results? (Times New Roman, 12 Font size, 1.5 spacing)  


{C}5.     Acknowledgements (Times New Roman, 13 Font size)


Please acknowledge collaborators, funding sources or anyone who has helped with the paper (Times New Roman, 12 Font size, 1.5 spacing)  



References (Times New Roman, 13 Font size)


Yildiz, O., Esen, D., Karaoz, O.M., Sarginci, M., Toprak, B. and Soysal, Y. 2010. Effects of different site preparation methods on soil carbon and nutrient removal from Eastern beech regeneration sites in Turkey’s Black Sea region. Applied Soil Ecology. 45: 49–55. (Periodical style)

Özyuvacı, N. 199). Meteoroloji ve klimatoloji. [Meteorology and climatology]. İstanbul Üniversitesi Orman Fakültesi Yayınları, Fakülte Yayın No. 460, İstanbul [In Turkish]. (Book style)

Rhoades, J. D. 1996. Salinity: electrical conductivity and total dissolved solids. In: Sparks D.L., Page A.L., Helmke P.A., Loeppert R.H., Soltanpour P.N., Tabatabai M.A., Johnston C.T., Sumner M.E. (eds.) Methods of soil analysis – Part 3. Chemical methods. American Society of Agronomy and Soil Science Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin. p. 417–435. (Book style with paper title and editor)

Yildiz, O., Altundağ, E., Çetin, B., Güner, Ş. T., Sarginci, M., Toprak, B., and Mutlu, Ö. 2015. Early results of experimental aridland afforestration in the central anatolian region of Turkey.  XXXVI CIOSTA & CIGR Section V Conference: Environmentally Friendly  Agriculture and Forestry for Future Generations. St. Petersburg, Russia. p 438-440. (Published Conference Proceedings style)

Eşen, D. 2000. Ecology and control of rhododendron (Rhododendron ponticum l.) in Turkish eastern beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) Forests.PhD Dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 122 p. (Thesis or Dissertation style)

Anonymous. (July 2017). Turkish Forestry. [Online]. Available:  (Journal Online Sources style)


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Journal of Forestry has been published electronically only since 2015.

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