Posts Tagged ‘peer review’

Are unreasonably harsh reviewers retarding the pace of coral reef science?

Are unreasonably harsh reviewers retarding the pace of coral reef science?

I just published my first PeerJ Preprint here! Abstract: Identifying the baseline or natural state of an ecosystem is a critical step in effective conservation and restoration. Like most marine ecosystems, coral reefs are being degraded by human activities: corals and fish have declined in abundance and seaweeds, or macroalgae, have become more prevalent. The challenge […]