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Libertas Offers Extensive External Indexing

Posted Tue, Apr, 08,2014 -

We continually work to increase the online visibility for all of our published authors. Through working with a large number of external indexing services we are able to maximise the reach of your articles. Our extensive external indexing means that your published articles are searchable in many places, and are immediately available online. We are happy to announce our collaboration with the below ...

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5 Tips for a Successful Peer Review Report

Posted Tue, Apr, 08,2014 -

If you are considering submitting your manuscript to an open access journal we have 5 tips to help increase the prospects of receiving a successful peer review report. We recently questioned our peer reviewers and asked them to share with us their recommendations. Here's what they told us:1. Ensure reasoning and methodology is sound and consider having an assessment done by a colleague before ...

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Published This Week (31 March-4 April)

Posted Thu, Apr, 03,2014 -

We are pleased to announce the publication of the following peer reviewed papers.  Sign up to receive email alerts to receive immediate notification of new papers. Air, Soil and Water ResearchAtmospheric CO₂ Variations in Two Contrasting Environmental Sites Over IndiaBiomarker InsightsComment on “Validation of a Blood-Based Laboratory Test to Aid in the Confirmation of a Diagnosis of ...

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Atmospheric CO₂ Variations in Two Contrasting Environmental Sites Over India

Posted Tue, Apr, 01,2014 -

Published today in Air, Soil and Water Research is a new original research article by Neerja Sharma, V.K. Dadhwal, Y. Kant, P. Mahesh, K. Mallikarjun, Harish Gadavi, Anand Sharma and M.M. Ali.  Read more about this paper below:TitleAtmospheric CO₂ Variations in Two Contrasting Environmental Sites Over IndiaAbstractWe analyzed the influence of environmental parameters on the temporal variati...

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Published During March

Posted Mon, Mar, 31,2014 -

We are pleased to announce the publication of the following papers during March.  Sign up to receive email alerts to receive immediate notification of new papers. Air, Soil and Water Research Hydro-climatic Change in Japan (1906–2005): Impacts of Global Warming and UrbanizationIn Field Measurements of Nitrogen Mineralization Following Fall Applications of N and the Termination of Winter...

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No Limits on Figures and Supplementary Files

Posted Thu, Mar, 27,2014 -

At Libertas we encourage authors to submit additional files such as videos, figures and other supplementary files.  These can be used to strengthen your paper and provide additional resources for readers.We impose no additional fees or restrictions on word or page count.  We also offer no restrictions and no extra fees for inclusion of colour figures and tables in your manuscript.  ...

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