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Dartmouth and Partners Launch Open-Access Science Journal
Dec 20, 2013 | by Kelly Sundberg Seaman | Dartmouth Now
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, a peer reviewed, open-access scientific journal co-published by Dartmouth in collaboration with BioOne, was launched December 4, 2013, to praise in the science community and attention in the general press and social media...
...Elementa, a nonprofit, open access, multidisciplinary journal, has a distinct agenda: publishing original research on new knowledge of the Earth’s physical, chemical, and biological systems; interactions between human and natural systems; and steps that can be taken to mitigate and adapt to global change...
...Elementa covers atmospheric science, earth and environmental science, ecology, ocean science, sustainable engineering, and sustainability sciences. Editors-in-chief for these areas come from the faculties of the University of Colorado, Boulder; the University of Michigan; the University of Washington; and the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dartmouth’s David R. Peart, professor of biological sciences, and Anne Kapuscinski, the Sherman Fairchild Distinguished Professor of Sustainability Science and chair of Dartmouth’s Environmental Studies Program, serve as editors-in-chief for the sustainability sciences domain.
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