Information about a free preprint service for ecology, evolution and conservation
EcoEvoRxiv Preprint Server has moved to a new host (California Digital Library)!
PlEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
1) Both existing and new users of EcoEvoRxiv will need to register at EcoEvoRxiv
2) Existing users will find that their old submissions are not associated with their new accounts, however, we plan to connect your new accounts with your old preprints
3) See more details and official announcement here
4) If you need to be connected immediately or any other questions - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
WE NEED 100 NEW PREPRINTS BY THE END OF 2022 TO REACH 1,000 !!!
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EcoEvoRxiv (EcoEvo“archive”) is a not-for-profit subject-matter specific
research repository for works related to ecology, evolution and conservation.
The archived works can be empirical, theoretical, review or of any other research-related type.
The EcoEvoRxiv server can be used for freely and legally sharing preprints (manuscripts before submissions to journals), postprints, reports, and datasets.
There are many benefits to submitting your work to research repositories, and especially EcoEvoRxiv, including improving the speed and dissemination of scientific findings, improved discoverability and interdisciplinarity, better science and more citations. It started as a part of the Transparency in Ecology and Evolution (TEE) movement and now is managed by the Society for Open, Reliable, and Transparent Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (SORTEE).
Look for the details and instructions in this section...
Graduate students and early career researchers who lead by example by submitting their research to EcoEvoRxiv. They promote the preprint service at their home institutions and internationally, via various media.
TEE = Transparency in Ecology and Evolution
SORTEE = Society for Open, Reliable and Transparent
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Archiving preprints and other research outputs is part of the wider movement for improving transparency. In ecology and evolution, this movement was started by the TEE group. TEE has its own website, blog, tools (TTEE) and a discussion list. It is associated with TOP (Transparency and Openness Promotion) guidelines that are adopted by many academic journals.
In 2021, SORTEE (Society for Open, Reliable, and Transparent Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) was established. It has its own website and runs annual virtual meetings, as well as workshops and webinars. New members and supporters are always welcome! In 2022, SORTEE took over management of EcoEvoRxiv.