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Editorial Snapshot: How COVID-19 changed the face of academic publishing

- C.C., Editor

The wake of the COVID-19 pandemic has had wide-reaching impacts on society in a multitude of ways. It should come as no surprise then, that it has also dramatically changed the face of academic publishing, with these effects even being the subject of study by researchers. And, it is clear that over the course of the pandemic the industry has made some surprising adaptations.

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Science News: Alarming loss of biodiversity in the Amazon rainforest

– K.J., Editor

There are few places on our planet more biologically diverse than the Amazon rainforest. How did it become so diverse in the first place? One recent study says that rivers are responsible. A research team in the Department of Ornithology at the American Museum of Natural History discovered that rivers influence genetic divergence and speciation as they move around the landscape. Though this study focused on birds, its findings can be applied to the fauna and flora of the entire biome.

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Editorial Snapshot: Concerns about Open Access and predatory publishers within the academic publishing ecosystem

- C.C., Editor

Open access journals and the schemes and the systems associated with this open-access model are becoming an increasingly popular and attractive avenue for researchers to get work published. This paradigm has come into existence, ostensibly, to allow authors to more easily publish research that may be relatively novel or experimental in nature, and to facilitate readers’ ease of access to the literature.

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