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Published since 1940, the Virginia Journal of Science is an academic, peer-reviewed publication focused on all areas of science affecting the state of Virginia. As the official publication of the Virginia Academy of Science, it includes meeting minutes, notes, and reports of the Academy, as well as proceedings from annual meetings.

VJS transitioned to an electronic format in Summer 2016. Print issues will still be produced, but after the electronic versions are available. Volume 50, 1999 through the present are available here. For back issues since 1940, consult the Biodiversity Heritage Library.

Current Issue: Volume 69, Number 1 (2018)

Articles (Online ahead of print)


Compositional Changes in Two Small Mammal Communities During Succession in Southeastern Virginia
Robert K. Rose, Robyn M. Nadolny, Jay Kiser, Stephen E. Rice, Heather Green Salamone, Jana Eggleston, and Holly D. Gaff

Volume 69, Number 1 & 2
Spring/Summer 2018