At the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting in Portland, Oregon, journal Editors participated in workshops about key publishing activities, specifically manuscript submission and peer review. In this blog post, and the next three to follow, I will be summarising the workshops.
With the February 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting approaching, I thought it would be the perfect time to approach an ASLO editor (Patricia Soranno, EIC, L&O: Letters) to talk about how editors view conferences and conversations with early career researchers at these events.
One my central activities as a Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellow is to learn more about the editorial process. An obvious step towards this is to be involved as a peer reviewer. ...
We are writing today on behalf of CASS (the Consortium of Aquatic Scientific Societies), a group of scientific societies including the American Fisheries Society, the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, the Phycological Society of America, the Society for Freshwater Science,
In Fall 2014, the Advisory Committee for the NSF Geosciences Directorate (AC-GEO) released an important report: Â "Dynamic Earth: GEO Priorities and Frontiers 2015-2020". Â The report identifies geoscience imperatives in research, including investments in "basic water cycle res