Paleonet: Palaeontology [online] - seeking contributions
vrazomatt at hotmail.com
Sat Apr 13 13:28:30 GMT 2019
I would be interested in contributing to Palaeontology Online and I was wondering if you would be interested in an article about the recent developments in the world of eurypterid paleoecology?
If this was of interest, I could provide some more details.
Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you,
On Apr 12, 2019, at 11:04 AM, Russell Garwood <russell.garwood at gmail.com<mailto:russell.garwood at gmail.com>> wrote:
Palaeontology [online] is a website that allows researchers to write an accessible summary of their work for a wider audience. It has posted monthly articles on a range of different topics since 2011, is sponsored by the UK's Palaeontological Association, and receives thousands of unique visitors every month.
I'm emailing today - on behalf of the editorial board - to request new contributions. Articles can be on any palaeontology-related topic; their length is variable but generally 1500–3000 words, and we encourage submission of high-quality images, videos and other media. More details regarding the website, articles, and editorial board are available at this link:
The Palaeontological Association pays a small honorarium to the author of each article published. If you would be willing to contribute and help us bring exciting new science within our field to a global audience, please do get in touch with the editorial board by emailing publications-board at palaeontologyonline.com<mailto:publications-board at palaeontologyonline.com> and we can assign an editor and provide guidance on an article.
Since we're emailing, we'd also like to highlight that if you have already contributed, the board as a whole are hugely grateful for your efforts!
(on behalf of the Palaeontology [online] editors)
Russell Garwood | russellgarwood.co.uk<http://russellgarwood.co.uk> | palaeontologyonline.com<http://palaeontologyonline.com>
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