Publish Your Work With SETAC
We are excited to collaborate with our journals Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (ET&C) and Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management (IEAM) to publicize the work that will be presented and discussed at the meeting.
Before the Meeting
The IEAM blog offers timely news, discussions, and thoughts in an informal, interactive forum. Previews of forthcoming sessions are some of our most popular posts.
ET&C Points of Reference
Part of a regular series intended to address an emerging or controversial topic of interest to the scientific community at large, ET&C Points of Reference provide authors with a venue to express their opinions of a scientific nature in 1,000 words or less. These brief articles may stimulate additional research and greater discussion. These are not Letters to the Editor that comment on an ET&C article. Submissions do not include an abstract, are limited to one single-frame table or figure, with no more than five references. Points of Reference articles are generally not peer reviewed but require editor approval.
IEAM Learned Discourses
IEAM Learned Discourses provide an opportunity in a non-peer reviewed forum for comments on a wide range of topics of interest to members of the SETAC community. Manuscripts are limited to 1,000 words and may include not more than one table or figure and up to six references. Manuscripts are subject to review and approval by the Learned Discourse editor.
After the Meeting
We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to publish with SETAC!
Supplemental data files to be posted in conjunction with the article also must be included as part of the submission package. Potential conflict of interest must be reported at the time the original manuscript is submitted. Research funding and other support from outside the authors’ stated affiliation must be disclosed in an acknowledgment section, included immediately before the reference section, in the manuscript. Submitted manuscripts will be reviewed initially by the editor-in‐chief and editorial staff to verify that the work is within the scope of the journal and is otherwise appropriate for peer review. All original manuscripts are subject to review by at least two outside referees.