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Palaeontology [Online]... Call for Articles.

***(Apologies for cross-posting).***

Dear colleagues,

You may or may not be aware of our site, www.palaeontologyonline.com, which 
aims to communicate palaeontology to a wider public audience.  Current articles 
cover a broad range of topics, from descriptions of fossil groups, to life as a 
palaeontologist, and we are always looking to expand our content.

We started just over a year ago, and feel that the site has now matured to the 
point where we wish to openly invite contributions from the wider 
palaeontological community.  The site is updated monthly, and articles are 
edited and given volume and page numbers.  We are currently considering our 
options regarding DOIs.  All content on the site is freely available.

If you are interested in contributing something to the website or have any 
questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with either myself or any of 
the other Editors of Palaeontology [Online] 

We're looking forward to the future of Palaeontology [Online], and we hope that 
many of you will join us in that future by contributing an article.


The Editorial Board of Palaeontology [Online]

Dr Peter L. Falkingham,
Marie Curie Research Fellow

Department of Veterinary Basic Sciences, Structure and Motion Laboratory, Royal 
Veterinary College, London, UK
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Division of Biology and 
Medicine, Brown University, USA

Email: pfalkingham@rvc.ac.uk
Mobile (UK): (+44) 07971234337
Cell (US): (+01) 401-632-5747
Publications: http://rvc.academia.edu/PeterFalkingham/Papers

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