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NRESI Research Extension Notes Intent: NRESI Research Extension Notes (REN's) provide a way in which NRESI
 

Summary: NRESI Research Extension Notes
Intent: NRESI Research Extension Notes (REN's) provide a way in which NRESI
members (as author or co-author) and collaborators can disseminate and
extend their research findings to society with a minimal amount of jargon and
in clear language. Research intended to benefit society and our
environment should be freely available and its impact and importance be
understandable to the greatest number of our citizens. Research Extension
Notes will typically be a synthesis and reworking of previously published
results, or the synthesis chapter of a thesis or dissertation.
Guidelines for authors:
1) Authorship: Notes must have an NRESI Member, Associate Member, or
NRES Graduate Student as author or co-author. Contributions may be
submitted by members, associate members or NRES graduate students.
2) Submission and Review process: Research Extension Notes should be
submitted electronically as Word files to nresi@unbc.ca in the below format.
The Research Extension Notes will be peer-reviewed, with the review process
overseen by members of the NRESI Steering Committee. Research Extension
Notes will typically be reviewed and returned to the lead author within 30
days of submission. Rejection of submissions can occur, particularly if the
work is poorly written or conceived. When author(s) are notified of a NRESI

  

Source: Aukema, Brian - ukema, Brian - Canadian Forest Service & Ecosystem Science and Management Program, University of Northern British Columbia

 

Collections: Environmental Sciences and Ecology