Getting Published in Interdisciplinary Environmental Journals
A career in environmental studies and science, especially when it includes academic teaching or research, is likely to involve publishing in related journals. Often, publication is expected or strongly encouraged for successful career development. Because environmental studies and sciences encourages interdisciplinary research and collaboration, publishing will often involve writing with the style and substance appropriate to journals with this interdisciplinary perspective.
This essay, growing from our experience in environmental studies as program directors, journal managers, editorial board members, teachers and writers, offers information, advice, and encouragement about successfully preparing these publications and selecting the right journals for their submission.
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