Waterbirds specializes in scientific articles and notes regarding the biology, status, ecology, management and conservation of all waterbird species living in marine, estuarine, and freshwater habitats worldwide.
Weed Science publishes fundamental research directly related to all aspects of weed science in agricultural systems, including topics such as herbicide resistance, weed control tools, chemistry, and genetics.
Weed Technology publishes work that furthers the understanding of how weeds are managed, including work on herbicides, weed biology, new control technologies, and reports of new weed issues.
Western North American Naturalist publishes research on the biological natural history of western North America. Its associated journal, Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist, publishes longer articles on the same theme.
Wetland Science and Practice provides a centralized source of information for wetland science research, covering topics such as ecology, restoration, natural history, management projects, and policy development.
Wetlands offers a central resource that gathers and publishes multidisciplinary articles specific to wetland biology, ecology, hydrology, water chemistry, soil and sediment characteristics, laws and regulations, and management.
Wilderness & Environmental Medicine features articles on all aspects of practicing medicine in remote and austere environments, and provides research on various hazards, animal/weather-related trauma, and other topics.
Wildlife Biology publishes original papers from all areas of wildlife science, with the primary focus of enhancing wildlife management practices, from both an ecological and human standpoint.
Wildlife Monographs supplements The Journal of Wildlife Management, publishing longer, focused investigations and research in the area of wildlife science, management and conservation.
Wildlife Research is a forum for research and debate on the ecology, management and conservation of wild animals in natural and modified habitats, aimed at using scientific research to improve wildlife management practices.
Wildlife Society Bulletin publishes content that merges scientific research with management and conservation to cover issues facing contemporary wildlife management practitioners, such as policy and education.
Willdenowia, published by the Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum, Berlin, features research on plant, algal and fungal systematics. The journal covers the evolution, taxonomy and nomenclature of these organisms as well as related fields such as floristics and plant geography.
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology began publication in 1889, and continues to publish work and book reviews related to the study of living birds and their behavior, ecology, adaptive physiology, and conservation.