Madroño publishes work on the natural history of Western American botanical organisms and vegetation, including those of Mexico, Central America, and South America. Articles are published in English and Spanish.
Malacologia publishes original research on the Mollusca and includes topics such as systematics, ecology, biogeography, parasitology, genetics, evolution, biodiversity modeling, and physiology.
Mammal Study, published by the Mammalogical Society of Japan, contains original articles, short communications, and reviews on all aspects of mammalogy, and is particularly interested in the study of the mammals of Asia.
Mammalian Species publishes 15-35 individual species accounts each year. Each account summarizes the current understanding of the biology of an individual species including systematics, distribution, fossil history, and genetics.
Marine and Coastal Fisheries is focused on the interdisciplinary issues that impact fisheries science. The journal promotes the ecologically sound management of marine, coastal, and estuarine fisheries.
Marine Resource Economics publishes creative and scholarly economic analyses of a range of issues related to natural resource use in the global marine environment, such as policy, fisheries, and pollution.
Micropaleontology, established in 1955, publishes scientific research on the systematics, morphology, biology and ecology of animal, plant, and protist microfossils and their living representatives.
Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist publishes work on the biological natural history of western North America. Typically these articles are longer than those in the associated journal, Western North American Naturalist.
Mountain Research and Development (MRD) is devoted to interdisciplinary research on key topics related to mountains, mountain people and communities, and sustainable development in mountains. Find out more on the journal’s website.