Guidelines for Publication
The conference has ended, but now is the time to consider whether you are interested in having your work evaluated for publication in a peer reviewed scientific journal. At a minimum we anticipate a special issue of the Wiley journal “Fisheries Management and Ecology” with additional opportunities depending on demand. Meet the journal at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1365-2400
To facilitate the process, we would ask that those interested please send an email to Maja Cvetkovic at firstname.lastname@example.org , which contains the following information:
- Title of proposed paper (e.g., A framework for addressing recreational fisheries conflict in developing countries).
- Author list including nationalities and email for the lead author (Joe Blow, Spain, Joe. Blow@coldmail.com ; Betty Boop, Senegal; Oscar the Grouch, Iceland).
- Abstract – up to 300 words. You are welcome to update the abstract that you provided for the 7thWRFC in Campinas.
- Fit with conference theme – Up to 5 (five) sentences describing if and how the paper fits with the conference general theme of Change, transformation and adaptation in recreational fishing.