This blog post is base on our comment published in Science of the Total Environment (Pourret et al., 2020).
The definitions of ‘predatory’, ‘deceptive’, or ‘questionable’ publishers/journals are often vague, opaque, and confusing, and can also include fully legitimate journals, such as those indexed by PubMed Central. In this sense,…Continue
Added by Olivier Pourret on November 8, 2020 at 3:55am — No Comments
Open Access (OA) describes the free, unrestricted access to and re-use of research articles. Recently, a new wave of interest, debate, and practice surrounding OA publishing has emerged. In this paper, we provide a simple overview of the trends in OA practice in the broad field of geochemistry. Characteristics of the approach such as whether or not an article processing charge (APC) exists, what embargo periods or restrictions on self-archiving’ policies are in place, and whether or not the…Continue
Added by Olivier Pourret on September 28, 2020 at 4:27am — No Comments
Last summer (2019), with a few colleagues, we have started working on open access (OA) practices in geochemistry. We have gathered a nice manuscript we wanted to be published in Geochemical Perspective Letters (GPL), why? Because, it is one of the only Diamond OA journal in geochemistry (with zero article processing charge)!
Early December 2019, we have shared our preprint on EarthArXiv.
Added by Olivier Pourret on September 24, 2020 at 8:52am — No Comments