The AOS Council made the decision at the 2017 annual meeting that The Auk and The Condor will become electronic only. We will no longer print paper editions. This transition will take effect with the 2018 subscription year. The decision to move to electronic-only publishing was spurred by changes in the way that ornithological … Continue reading The Auk and The Condor Will Become Electronic Only in 2018
The American Ornithological Society (AOS) seeks a new Editor-in-Chief (EIC) for the journal, The Auk: Ornithological Advances. The Auk is an international, peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research advancing the fundamental scientific knowledge of broad biological concepts (e.g., ecology, evolution, behavior, physiology, and genetics) through studies of birds. The Auk receives ~300 submissions per year … Continue reading JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: EDITOR-in-CHIEF POSITION, “The Auk – Ornithological Advances”
Contact: Melinda Pruett-Jones American Ornithological Society, Executive Director Email: email@example.com Mobile: 312-420-2292 New Organization Dedicated to the Study and Conservation of Birds in the Americas CHICAGO, IL (December 19, 2016) – Two of the oldest and most influential professional ornithological societies in the world have legally merged, forming the American Ornithological Society (AOS), an organization devoted … Continue reading News Release: American Ornithological Society (AOS) Takes Flight
Attention ornithologists: here are some of the reasons to submit your manuscript to The Auk: Ornithological Advances or The Condor: Ornithological Applications. Weekly publication of articles, 8-9 weeks after acceptance Fast first-decision times, averaging only 33 days Lowest open access fee (no page charges with OA) ALL ARTICLES OPEN ACCESS AFTER 6 MONTHS! Author publicity via EurekAlert Uniquely qualified copyeditors, figure editor, translators … Continue reading Submit Papers to Auk and Condor!
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