Novel genetic tools for bioassessment of European aquatic ecosystems, COST grant proposal

  • 05/12/2016
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    Often referred to as “the blue planet”, the majority of the Earth consists of aquatic ecosystems. Human land-use change, over-exploitation and pollution have severely impacted aquatic ecosystems over the past decades. In order to protect and maintain central ecosystem services obtained from aquatic ecosystems, such as clean water and food, conservation actions have been proposed […]

    Celebrating RIO’s first birthday

  • 02/11/2016
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    Exactly a year ago, on 2 Nov 2015, we opened the Research Ideas and Outcomes (RIO) journal for submissions, hopeful that we will find fellow open-minded people across the community to support our cause. Little did we know back then that RIO will become one of our most successful ventures, widely known as an innovator […]

    In a nutshell: The four peer review stages in RIO explained

  • 04/10/2016
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    Having received a number of requests to further clarify our peer review process, we hereby provide a concise summary of the four author- and journal-organised peer review stages applicable to all research article publications submitted to RIO.    Stage 1: Author-organised pre-submission review Optional. This review process can take place in the ARPHA Writing Tool […]