We welcome world's ancient continents to spread their findings in the Eurasian Journal of Forest Science. In the recent decades over growth of human population brought new kinds of problems into the nature in which forests are affected from that situation at the highest rate. Forests, a long-lived vegetational cover, buffer most of pollutants and alienation in the nature but the adaptation mechanisms and the reactions operated in the forest systems are still undiscovered totally. The Eurasian Journal of Forest Science will publish the papers delivered from European and Asian countries or the studies conducted on those lands by authors all around the world. The essential target of the journal is to set a base for distribution of those papers to the scientists who study on very diversified forest types. Since forest science covers all aspects of the forest; the titles of the papers will spread to a wide range of forest studies which contribute from e.g. soil physics to geographical modellings or to tree genetics. The authors are invited to bring about new approaches to the current problems of forest science. The submitted papers are expected to be well arranged, contained good quality of graphs and illustrations, well organized presentation of subject and render a good linkage between the aim, results and conclusion.