New Open Access Repository for PML Research

New Open Access Repository for PML Research

 

Research output from PML’s scientists is now available in a new open access repository, the Plymouth Marine Science Electronic Archive (PlyMSEA), which is shared by PML’s partners - the Marine Biological Association of the UK (MBA) and the Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science (SAHFOS).

In the spirit of sharing research and knowledge with other researchers, collaborators, practitioners and the wider public, PlyMSEA has been developed by ePrints Services in conjunction with PML and its partners, to provide open access to scientific publications.

The repository contains details of journal publications, conference papers, books and chapters, dating back many years, and enables visitors to browse by author, journal, research area and year, as well as by organization. Where permissible under copyright rules, downloadable publications will also be available. A keyword search facility is included, in addition to a statistics package, enabling PML, its partners and visitors to track most popular downloads and authors.

PlyMSEA is available to access here.

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