The flyer content highlights the scope and the editorial policy which have undergone significant changes compared to previous years. We are happy that the flyer can serve as witness to our lively commitment for the future of academic publishing
This flyer has been designed to be disseminated during the IUFRO 2014 World Congress : “Sustaining forests, sustaining people the role of research” which will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, October 5-11, 2014 in support of the oral presentation “What future for research journals in forest and wood science?”
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The flyer has been illustrated by local communication officer Yves Bernardi and the content uses the feedback of two editorials (references below). To download full size PDF of the flyer : FlyerAnnalsofForestScience02-oct-2014LIGHT
Bruno Fady, Alain Benard, Christian Pichot, Marianne Peiffer, Jean Michel Leban, Erwin Dreyer (2014) The open data debate: a need for accessible and shared data in forest science. Ann.For.Sci 71:523–525. doi: 10.1007/s13595-014-0375-3
Erwin Dreyer, Marianne Peiffer, Jean-Daniel Bontemps, Jean-Michel Leban (2014) Annals of Forest Science changes its scope and complies with green open access rules Ann.For.Sci 71:425-426. doi:10.1007/s13595-014-0370-8