It is my great pleasure to announce that our paper ‘Co-limitation toward lower latitudes shapes global forest diversity gradients’ is published in Nature Ecology&Evolution:
Attached is a copy of our paper for your record.
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For the press release, you can find the Purdue draft article here. Sorry, due to the unexpected deadline, our press people did not have time to get any quotes from our international collaborators yet.
You can find some of the videos and other related press materials from this link:
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Could you please check the affiliations and the acknowledgments?
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We finished correcting the final proof, and submitted it this morning at 10am EDT.
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Journal: Nature Ecology & Evolution.
DOI : 10.1038/s41559-022-01831-x
Title : Co-limitation towards lower latitudes shapes global forest diversity gradients.
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This is the final reminder to check your name, affiliations, acknowledgments, and other contents in the final proof. For your convenience, you can download the corrected proof here.
I have extended the deadline for any last-minute necessary corrections to 8amEDT/2pmCET tomorrow, Monday July 25th. The corresponding authors are not responsible for any incorrect names, affiliations, or acknowledgment items after this deadline.
IMPORTANT – Our final proof NATECOLEVOL-210614026-T is ready for your proofreading, and it is due in two working days.
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Because we need to submit it by Monday July 25th, any changes must be made in Science-i by 5pm EDT Sunday July 24th.
I have three updates on our paper in press:
1. Based on the team-wide poll results, as well as the confirmation from Springer Nature that our Open Access fee (~11,000USD) can only be split between no more than three parties, the team has chosen to go with the “subscription” route, in which we are not going to use the Open Access option.
You can download the final License to Publish here:
2. For our upcoming press release, we plan to launch a video collage featuring the strength and value of our global forest inventory data. You are all invited to participate in this public-relations campaign.
Please upload videos about your forest inventory data, including (but not limited to): your crew members collecting data, interesting stories behind your data, and challenges or obstacles you have encountered.
Please limit each video to be no more than 2 minutes long.
You can upload your video here:
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Our first challenge is to accumulate 5,000km in running distance from July 2022 to July 2023. This challenge aims to increase the participation of underrepresented biodiversity scientists.