Publishing in Ethnobiology Letters in 2018
Olson, Elizabeth A.
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Citation (published version)John Marston, Andrew Flachs, Elizabeth A Olson. 2018. "Publishing in Ethnobiology Letters in 2018." Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 283 - 288. https://doi.org/10.14237/ebl.9.2.2018.1432
Ethnobiology Letters was launched in 2010 with the goal of providing a free-to-publish, open-access, online venue for short peer-reviewed articles in ethnobiology (Wolverton et al. 2010). Over the course of nine volumes, which comprise 12 issues, published since that date, Ethnobiology Letters has grown and changed, with new editors, authors, and submission categories. We write this editorial to highlight those changes, as well as to report submission and review metrics for the journal since the inception of our online journal management system. We describe the current status of Ethnobiology Letters and plans for the future of the journal.
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