EcoEvoRxiv is expanding beyond English-language manuscripts

By Dan Noble and Tim Parker English editing by Rachael Blake Translations by Elvira D’Bastiani (Portuguese) and Pablo Recio-Santiago (Spanish)  English Researchers around the world use scientific publications to share the knowledge and insights about global biodiversity, ecology, and evolutionary biology gained from their research. Unfortunately, many scientists face obstacles to sharing the knowledge that they generate because they can’t write scientific papers in English. There is now a growing body of research in non-English speaking countries which provide important data on global biodiversity that is relevant for conservation and management practices (Chowdhury et al.

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