Exploring the Riches of the Mountains: Discover the e-Journal on Salamanca’s Mountains

Nature has hidden treasures in its most remote corners; the Sierras or Mountains of Salamanca, are one such place. But what happens when natural wealth is combined with a passion for research and writing? The answer is the “Sierras de Salamanca Electronic Journal”, a virtual window to a world of knowledge and beauty.

The Salamanca Mountains, full of unique biodiversity and landscapes that seem to be taken out of a fairy tale, have always awakened the curiosity of explorers, naturalists, and scientists. From its mountains to its valleys, every corner of this region holds secrets that are waiting to be unraveled.

The Sierras de Salamanca Electronic Journal is an initiative that seeks to combine the love of nature with rigorous research and accessible dissemination. Through articles, essays, research and photographs, the journal becomes a refuge for nature and science lovers.

Varied and Enriching Content

The journal provides readers with insight into topics ranging from the flora and fauna of the Salamanca Mountains to geology, history, and local culture. Scientific articles coexist with accounts of explorations in nature and reflections on the importance of conservation.

The true essence of the Sierras de Salamanca Electronic Journal lies in its contributors. Naturalists, biologists, geologists, photographers, and writers come together with a common purpose: to share their passion and knowledge of the Salamanca Mountains. Each article is a window into the minds and hearts of these passionate explorers.

The journal is not only a space for experts, but also for those who wish to learn and marvel at the natural beauty of the Salamanca Mountains. It is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of science and nature in a reader-friendly and easy to understand format.

Here is the latest issue published this summer (see).

Juan Manuel Corchado

Full Professor in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Computer Science and Automation, University of Salamanca, Spain.


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