Amphibia-Reptilia 27 (2006): 479-480 SEH News Editorial Report 2005 Amphibia-Reptilia has continued to receive a high number of submissions in 2005: 123 manuscripts from a large num- ber of countries, mainly in Europe but also in South and North America and in the other continents. On these sub- missions, 46 manuscripts were accepted, 72 rejected and for 7, a decision is still pending, which means an expected re- jection rate of 59 % if the revisions are accepted. Because of the new layout, the higher number of published pages since 2005, the slight changes in the scope of the journal, and the selection of high quality papers, we managed to fully solve the space problem in Amphibia-Reptilia . From a backlog of 6 issues two years ago, it is now only of 2 issues. This means a fast publication rate from acceptance. In addition, all the procedures during the submission process have been accel- erated (e.g., only e-mail communications, shortened review, resubmission and proof processes). Authors may now ex- pect to get a submitted paper published in less than one year on average. We are also working on new ways to get the ser- vice again improved. Although
Amphibia-Reptilia – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2006
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