About the Archive
What are eprints?
Eprints are electronic publications, and can be pre-prints (version of a paper submitted for peer review), post-prints(the final peer reviewed version which has been accepted for publishing), book chapters, conference papers, working papers, technical reports, etc. Eprints allow free access to research papers, thus ensuring a much wider potential audience. This, in turn, leads to a potentially higher number of citations.
Who may deposit eprints in the archive?
Staff of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Plymouth Marine Laboratory and the Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science may deposit papers in the NMBL eprint archive. If you deposit an eprint you may restrict access to it and can request its removal at any time.
What is eligible?
Items can only be accepted if
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