Proceedings of the National Museum of Natural History

The “Proceedings of the National Museum of Natural History” is a journal, which is intended to distribute information among the scientific community about the results of recent researches in nature history disciplines, such as zoology, botany, paleontology, geology, ecology, evolution, biodiversity conservation, sozology and museology. The journal pays special attention to description and analysis of natural object’s diversity, particularly in the area of the Convention on Biological Diversity.  The journal also focuses on researches of collections, discussions of the approaches to investigation and conservation of the landscape and biotic diversity, development of museum collections and their management, researches of the history, and development prospects of museums as scientific and enlightening centers.

The publication is peer-reviewed, so each paper receives review from two competent reviewers.

General information
Title: Proceedings of the National Museum of Natural History
Type of publication: collection of academic papers
ISSN: 2219-7516
Certificate of registration: 14636-3607P from 23.10.2008
Publication languages: Ukrainian, Russian, English
Periodicity: annual (since 2016 two issues per year)
Founder: National Museum of Natural History, NAS of Ukraine
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Yemelianov, Ihor,





volume of issues

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№ 1


22 articles

244 pages


№ 2–3

2004 (2002–2004)

15 articles

198 pages


№ 4–5

2007 (2005–2007)

22 articles

328 pages


№ 6–7

2009 (2008–2009)

17 articles

270 pages

№ 8


15 articles

180 pages

№ 9


8 articles

93 pages

№ 10


8 articles

90 pages

№ 11


15 articles

144 pages

№ 12


11 articles

150 pages

№ 13


10 articles

150 pages


* attention: large file, 103 mb.


Information for authors

To present an article in the journal it is necessary to send the manuscript to the editorial board. The article’s format must meet the style guidelines of the Proceedings of NMNH. For the experienced authors any text from the latest issues of the journal may be helpful as a sample, for example, the articles in the issue #11.


Proceedings of NMNH in the web

 The journal’s page on the site of the National Museum >>>
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 About the journal in the Wikipedia (ukr.) >>>
 Google Scholar profile of the journal >>>