Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae series B - Historia Naturalis / Fossil Imprint
ISSN: 0036-5343 (print) , 1804-6479 (online); 2533-4050 (print) 2533-4069 (online)
Acta MNP / Fossil Imprint publishes original scientific papers and reviews from paleontology, palaeoanthropology, biostratigraphy, palynology, archaeobotany, archaeozoology and related geological and biological disciplines, such as quaternary geology concerned with reconstruction of paleoclimate or paleoenvironment. There are no pre-set limits on page count or number of illustrations, but all content must be pertinent to the theme of the submission.
Selected information about research and significant discoveries (in 2–6 pages) are published in the last issue of each year (see For authors).
Potential Guest Editors who are interested in publishing a monothematic issue or conference proceeding that fits in with the subject matter of the journal are kindly requested to contact the Editor-in-Chief, Jiří Kvaček (email@example.com).
Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae, Series B – Historia Naturalis (Sborník Národního muzea v Praze, řada B – Přírodní vědy) is an international scientific journal, published since 1938 by the Natural Science Museum (National Museum). Originally, it was intended for publishing essays and monographs from all natural science disciplines. From 2016 onward, there is a sharper focus on palaeontology and related disciplines. The magazine is included in SciVerse Scopus, EBSCO and BioLib.
Editor-in-chief: Kvaček Jiří
Editorial board: Vladimír Antonín (Moravian Museum), Lilla Hably (Hungarian Natural History Museum), Johanna Eder-Kovar (State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart), Zlatko Kvaček (Charles University in Prague), Jakub Likovský (Institute of Archaeology AS CR, v. v. i.), Steven Manchester (Florida Museum of Natural History), Michal Mergl (University of West Bohemia), Radek Mikuláš (Geological Institute AS CR, v. v. i.), Jiří Sejkora (National Museum, Prague), Jan Sklenář (National Museum, Prague), Radek Šanda (National Museum, Prague), Otakar Šída (National Museum, Prague), Petr Velemínský (National Museum, Prague), Vladimír Vohralík (Charles University in Prague), Jan Wagner (National Museum, Prague)
Ethical Code - see Instructions for authors