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African Zoology now on ScholarOne Manuscripts

African Zoology now on ScholarOne Manuscripts

30 October 2014 • Announcements & Notices
African Zoology has joined NISC from 2015 and is now accepting manuscripts submissions through ScholoarOne Manuscripts. ScholarOne Manuscripts, Thomson Reuters owned product, is the industry leading manuscript submission and review system. The system allows the full peer-review process of...
African Zoology New Cover Competition

African Zoology New Cover Competition

10 October 2014 • Announcements & Notices
  African Zoology is undergoing some changes in 2015 including a new submissions site, a new online home as well as an increase to four issues a year. As part of these changes, we will be...
African Zoology joins NISC from 2015

African Zoology joins NISC from 2015

30 September 2014 • New publications
NISC is delighted to announce that we will be publishing African Zoology from 2015. This well-established title joins our list, which already includes of some of Africa’s leading natural science journals. The journal will also see...
Anthropology Southern Africa - new to NISC

Anthropology Southern Africa - new to NISC

23 September 2014 • New publications
We are pleased to welcome Anthropology Southern Africa to the NISC stable of journals. The aims of this quarterly are to promote anthropology in southern Africa, to support ethnographic and theoretical research, and to provide voices to...
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- Stan Pillar, Editor of the African Journal of Marine Science (1996-2013)
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