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#openaccess | Interspecies variation in the susceptibility of adult Pacific salmon to toxic urban stormwater runoff https://t.co/YVZ03IfxcY
Speaking of #OpenAccess #PrePrint and newer avenues:
What prevents @ncbi_pubmed to not index @theWinnower @OSFramework @PeerJPreprints @biorxivpreprint where as @F1000Research is indexed?
Set criteria in place? Sorry if am wrong, and trying to understand the process in place
Issues in the non-market valuation of Coromandel coastal recreation: realism, permanence and spatial distribution - latest
#WaikatoUni #openaccess PhD thesis https://t.co/4fbsAV0FMS
#NP, King Crimson - Discipline (Full Album), https://t.co/7BzxP73n0E It'll be taken down within days (if not hours). Get it while it's hot. #fairuse #80s
Planning to take legal action again @Sony @adrevnet and a number of other licensers regarding the resonable expectations when dealing with #FairUse... because this is not being addressed by Youtube. Who can help? @leonardjfrench ?
#Altmetrics are all the rage in measuring impact in research, but like everything, there are caveats writes @ManuSaunders #ecrchat https://t.co/EWQDAlav8L
@drhingram @joshraclaw Imagine the #altmetrics if you’d put the link in!
Amusing to read this & think that all the misalignment caused by the journal impact factor may also be true of GDP. #altmetrics
What we value and how we value it is one of the most contested, misunderstood and important ideas in economics. https://t.co/8Qqgw1bCM9
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