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NEWS AND EVENTS

New funds available to faculty and staff in support of Open Access publishing

Funds alleviate publication charges for fee-based Open Access journals

LUMCON will make funds available to in-house faculty and staff publishing scientific papers in open access journals. These funds will alleviate the cost of making LUMCON research freely available, because money should never be a barrier to accessing the results of scientific investigations. Click here to read the full policy on open access publishing funds.

In conjunction with Open Access Week 2018, LUMCON librarian John Conover put together a selection of previously-published open access research authored by LUMCON faculty in the past two years:

Chouinard-Thuly, L., Gierszewski, S., Rosenthal, G.G., Reader, S.M., Rieucau, G., Woo, K.L., Gerlai, R., Tedore, C., Ingley, S.J., Stowers, J.R. and Frommen, J.G., 2017. Technical and conceptual considerations for using animated stimuli in studies of animal behavior. Current Zoology, 63(1):5-19. doi:10.1093/cz/zow104

Handegard, N.O., Tenningen, M., Howarth, K., Anders, N., Rieucau, G. and Breen, M. 2017. Effects on schooling function in mackerel of sub-lethal capture related stressors: Crowding and hypoxia. PloS one, 12(12):e0190259. doi:10.1371/journal.pone. 0190259

Hill, T.D. and Roberts, B.J. 2017. Effects of seasonality and environmental gradients on Spartina alterniflora allometry and primary production. Ecology and Evolution, 7(22):9676-9688. doi:10.1002/ece3.3494

Kolker, A.S., Dausman, A.M., Allison, M.A., Brown, G.L., Chu, P.Y., de Mutsert, K., Fitzpatrick, C.E., Henkel, J.R., Justic, D., Kleiss, B.A., McCoy, E., Meselhe, E, and Richards, C.P. 2018. Rethinking the river. Eos, 99:e101169. doi: 10.1029/2018EO101169

McClain, C.R. 2017. Practices and promises of Facebook for science outreach: Becoming a “Nerd of Trust”. PLoS biology, 15(6):e2002020. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio. 2002020

McClain, C.R., Barry, J.P. and Webb, T.J. 2018. Increased energy differentially increases richness and abundance of optimal body sizes in deep-sea wood falls. Ecology, 99(1):184-195. doi:10.1002/ecy.2055

Peyronnin, N.S., Caffey, R.H., Cowan, J.H., Justic, D., Kolker, A.S., Laska, S.B., McCorquodale, A., Melancon, E., Nyman, J.A., Twilley, R.R. and Visser, J.M. 2017. Optimizing sediment diversion operations: working group recommendations for integrating complex ecological and social landscape interactions. Water, 9(6):368. doi:10.3390/w9060368

Rietl, A.J., Sorrentino, M.G. and Roberts, B.J. 2018. Spatial distribution and morphological responses to predation in the salt marsh periwinkle. Ecosphere, 9(6):e02316. doi:10.1002/ecs2.2316

Thrash, J.C., Baker, B.J., Seitz, K.W., Temperton, B., Campbell, L.G., Rabalais, N.N., Henrissat, B. and Mason, O.U. 2018. Metagenomic assembly and prokaryotic metagenome-assembled genome sequences from the Northern Gulf of Mexico “Dead Zone”. Microbiology Resource Announcements, 7(9):e01033-18. doi:10.1128/MRA.01033-18

Thrash, J.C., Seitz, K.W., Baker, B.J., Temperton, B., Gillies, L.E., Rabalais, N.N., Henrissat, B. and Mason, O.U. 2017. Metabolic Roles of Uncultivated Bacterioplankton Lineages in the Northern Gulf of Mexico “Dead Zone”. mBio, 8(5):e01017-17. doi:10.1128/mBio.01017-17

Torres, P.Á., Rabalais, N.N., Gutiérrez, J.M.P. and López, R.M.P. 2017. Research and community of practice of the gulf of Mexico large marine ecosystem. Environmental Development, 22:166-174. doi:10.1016/j.envdev.2017.04. 004

Turner, R.E., Rabalais, N.N. and Justić, D. 2017. Trends in summer bottom-water temperatures on the northern Gulf of Mexico continental shelf from 1985 to 2015. PloS one, 12(9):e0184350. doi:10.1371/journal.pone. 0184350

Webb, T.J., Barry, J.P. and McClain, C.R. 2017. Abundance–occupancy relationships in deep sea wood fall communities. Ecography, 40(11):1339-1347. doi:10.1111/ecog.02618

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