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By Val H. Smith (auth.), J. Gwynfryn Jones (eds.)
Kevin Marshall is a difficult act to stick to. quantity thirteen of Advances in Microbial Ecology has been produced via a brand new editorial board, and we, the participants of that board, are extremely joyful to have the option to pay tribute to Kevin's achievements. In his time as sequence Editor, the standard of the chapters submitted and the diversity of subject material lined have ensured an increasing and extra prompted readership. This represents a substantial fulfillment, given the expansion within the variety of assessment volumes and the expanding tendency for journals to put up overview articles. The fulfillment was once reached not just via metic ulous cognizance to caliber and element but additionally by means of offering a discussion board for the expression of perspectives, details, and effects that may stimulate dialogue. Advances in Microbial Ecology will proceed to supply this kind of concentration, even if, as a result frequency of e-book, it will no longer be plausible to introduce a "reply" or "comment" part. even if we don't intentionally target to supply a discussion board for controversy, we inspire hypothesis in keeping with sound clinical arguments. furthermore, we want to motivate authors to provide chapters for attention. some time past, the volumes have mostly comprised invited chapters. With the simplest will on this planet, an article board of 4 can't declare enough insurance of this sort of immense and quickly constructing study sector. we'd there fore welcome submission of define plans for chapters, which could be despatched to the Editor.
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Advances in Microbial Ecology by Val H. Smith (auth.), J. Gwynfryn Jones (eds.)