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#1)  Bulletin Articles Needed

Postby edfrank » Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:02 am

NTS,

I want to strongly encourage members who have science based articles or projects related to trees and forest hanging in the wind, partially completed, or even sitting away in a drawer somewhere, to finish them.  When complete, please submit them to the Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society for consideration for potential publication.  Dr. Don Bragg is doing an excellent job with editing the Bulletins, but can't do much without appropriate materials submitted for inclusion.  Perhaps more formal write-ups of site descriptions of note, etc. would be candidates for submission.  So everyone - get off the dime and write up your research findings.

Edward Frank

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The Bulletin of the Eastern Native Tree Society accepts solicited and unsolicited submissions of many different types, from quasi-technical field reports to poetry, from peer-reviewed scientific papers to digital photographs of trees and forests. This diverse set of offerings also necessitates that (1) contributors specifically identify what type of submission they are providing; (2) all submissions should follow the standards and guidelines for publication in the Bulletin; and (3) the submission must be new and original material or be accompanied by all appropriate permissions by the copyright holder. All authors also agree to bear the responsibility of securing any required permissions, and further certify that they have not engaged in any type of plagiarism or illegal activity regarding the material they are submitting.


For complete submission instructions see the latest issue of the Bulletin: http://www.ents-bbs.org/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=4416

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