New research articles on Oceans and Climate Change – Your participation wanted
Posted on 12/10/2021
Our new articles have arrived from scientists around the world in response to our call for manuscripts on Oceans and Climate Change.
These are unique manuscripts written by researchers themselves, discussing in an accessible language cutting-edge research on the gulf stream, the future of fisheries, microplastics, detection of human-induced changes, and “blue carbon”. These manuscripts will form the scientific core of our upcoming exhibition Dear2050: Oceans on the Rise (see more details here).
It’s now your turn to get involved and help enrich these manuscripts and ensure they are understandable to you by giving your feedback.
We invite you to participate with your comments and reviews as suggested below:
- Give your comments in the preliminary discussions:
This is the first exchange and perhaps the most exciting one, and it just started! Make sure you participate by commenting on as many of the manuscripts as you like within the coming weeks. The authors will use all of your feedback to make a first round of improvements to their manuscripts. See the manuscripts here (you must be logged in).
- Write your reviews:
After the preliminary discussion is completed, you will be invited to write reviews on the manuscripts. A review is a more detailed feedback on a manuscript. We will typically need two accessibility reviewers and two science reviewers per manuscript. Please let us know if you’d like to participate as a reviewer! Let us know of your interest here.
- Submit your last comments in the open discussions:
The open discussion will start after all reviews have been received and this will be the last opportunity to provide feedback on a manuscript. The authors will use all reviews and open discussion’s comments to complete the revision of their manuscripts. We’ll get in touch again when the open discussion starts.
After completion of the peer review, the manuscripts will be published in our now official journal Climanosco Research Articles (ISSN 2673-1568, DOI https://doi.org/10.37207/CRA).
Everyone is welcome to contribute with comments and reviews. Your participation is essential to make sure these research articles will be readily understandable by a broad audience and that they are scientifically sound and based on published peer-reviewed research.
All members of Climanosco have access to the manuscripts after login. If you registered as a subscriber of Climanosco and you’d like to participate, please upgrade your registration to member by logging in, connecting with your profile and following the instructions under “Considering changing your registration…”. If you haven’t registered yet, you may register as a member for free at any time.
We might have one more manuscript arriving with some delay. We will inform you when it arrives.
Let’s give a warm welcome to these new manuscripts by giving them great constructive feedback!
As always, please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions.
Connect to the manuscripts here (you must be logged in).
Michel and the Climanosco team