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African Journal of EcologyWiley-BlackwellMatt Gmatthew.grainger@nina.noKatharine Abernethyk.a.abernethy@stir.ac.ukBryan Shorrocks
bryan.shorrocks@btinternet.com
12.07.2021
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Agriculture Ecosystems and EnvironmentElsevierMatthieu Paquetmatthieu.paquet@slu.se
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/agriculture-ecosystems-and-environment
T.A. Veldkamp, Dra.veldkamp@utwente.nl12.07.2021
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Alpine BotanySpringerSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://www.springer.com/journal/35/editors
Jürg Stöcklinjuerg.stoecklin@unibas.ch12.07.2021
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American NaturalistUniversity of ChicagoJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/journals/an/board#contact
Daniel Bolnickdaniel.bolnick@uconn.eduOwen Cook
amnat@press.uchicago.edu
12.07.202112.07.2021Will discuss with editorial board
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Animal BehaviourElsevierMatthieu Paquet
matthieu.paquet@outlook.com
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/animal-behaviour
Susan Healy; Nancy Solomon
solomong@miamioh.edu; sdh11@st-andrews.ac.uk
12.07.2021
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Animal ConservationWiley-BlackwellRose O'Dea
rose.eleanor.o.dea@gmail.com
https://zslpublications.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/hub/journal/14691795/editorial-board/editorial-board
No EIC but Editorial OfficeACV.admin@zsl.org
Editors of Animal Conservation (no EIC)
karl.evans@sheffield.ac.uk; john.ewen@ioz.ac.uk; gurutzeta.guillera@unimelb.edu.au; jeff.johnson@wcof-wy.org; penteriani@ipe.csic.es; rsollmann@ucdavis.edu; julie.young@usu.edu; iain.gordon@anu.edu.au
12.07.202115.07.32"Thank you for your message and proposal. I’m afraid we are not in a position to consider publishing Registered Reports at this time."
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Annals of BotanyOxford AcademicSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://academic.oup.com/aob/pages/Editorial_Board
Prof. Rowan Sager.sage@utoronto.caoffice@annbot.com16.07.2021
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Annual Review of Animal BiosciencesAnnual Reviews Inc.Rose O'Dea
rose.eleanor.o.dea@gmail.com
https://www.annualreviews.org/db/directory?0000,animal
Harris A. Lewin; R. Michael Roberts
lewin@ucdavis.edu; robertsrm@missouri.edu
12.07.2021
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Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and SytematicsAnnual Reviews Inc.Rose O'Dea
rose.eleanor.o.dea@gmail.com
https://www.annualreviews.org/db/directory?0000,ecolsys
Douglas J. Futuyma
douglas.futuyma@stonybrook.edu
12.07.2021
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Annual Review of EntomologyAnnual Reviews Inc.Rose O'Dea
rose.eleanor.o.dea@gmail.com
https://www.annualreviews.org/db/directory?0000,ento
Nicole M. Gerardongerard@emory.edu12.07.2021
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AnthropoceneElsevierRose O'Dea
rose.eleanor.o.dea@gmail.com
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/anthropocene/editorial-board
Anne ChinAnne.Chin@ucdenver.edu12.07.2021
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Applied Ecology and Environmental ResearchCorvinus University of BudapestRose O'Dea
rose.eleanor.o.dea@gmail.com
http://www.aloki.hu/Levente Hufnagelleventehufnagel@gmail.com13.07.2021
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Applied Soil EcologyElsevierHannah Fraserhannahsfraser@gmail.com
https://www.uibk.ac.at/microbiology/team/ascher_judith/index.html.de
Judith Ascher-JenullJudith.Ascher@uibk.ac.at12.07.2021
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Aquatic EcologySpringerHannah Fraserhannahsfraser@gmail.com
https://www.springer.com/journal/10452/editors
Télesphore Sime-Ngando
telesphore.sime-ngando@uca.fr
12.07.2021
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Aquatic Microbial EcologyInter-ResearchHannah Fraserhannahsfraser@gmail.com
https://www.int-res.com/journals/ame/editors/
Paul A. del Giorgio, Fereidoun Rassoulzadegan
del_giorgio.paul@uqam.ca, rassoulzadeganf@gmail.com
12.07.2021
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Aquatic ToxicologyElsevierHannah Fraserhannahsfraser@gmail.com
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/aquatic-toxicology/editorial-board
Markus Hecker, Paul Kwan-sing Lam
markus.hecker@usask.ca, bhpksl@cityu.edu.hk
12.07.2021
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Austral EcologyWiley-BlackwellSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/14429993/homepage/editorialboard.html
Nigel Andrewnigel.andrew@une.edu.auRafael Zennirafael.zenni@ufla.br12.07.2021
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Australian Journal of BotanyCSIRO PublishingSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://www.publish.csiro.au/bt/EditorialStructure
Dick Williamsdickwilliams1955@gmail.com12.07.2021
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Avian Conservation and EcologyThe Resilience AllianceMatthieu Paquet
matthieu.paquet@outlook.com
https://www.ace-eco.org/about/editors.php
Alexander L. Bond, Keith A. Hobson
a.bond@nhm.ac.uk;khobson6@uwo.ca
12.07.2021
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Basic and Applied EcologyUrban und Fischer Verlag JenaHannah Fraserhannahsfraser@gmail.com
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/basic-and-applied-ecology/editorial-board
Teja Tscharntkettschar@gwdg.de12.07.2021
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Behavior Research MethodsSpringerHannah Fraserhannahsfraser@gmail.com
https://www.springer.com/journal/13428?gclid=Cj0KCQjw0K-HBhDDARIsAFJ6UGgB0B8IEI9FLs7b5jc6tfgQSarIRGecyEOBE_mWudpbunXX74DbdhAaAtYtEALw_wcB
Marc Brysbaertmarc.brysbaert@ugent.be12.07.202113.07.2021Positive and knowledgeable about the topic - does not think it is relevant at the journal (and might be right)
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Behavioral EcologyOxford University PessJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://academic.oup.com/beheco/pages/Editorial_Board
Leigh Simmonsleigh.simmons@uwa.edu.au12.07.202113.07.2021Positive; Will discuss with editorial board
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Behavioral Ecology and SociobiologySpringer
Alfredo Sanchez-Tojar
alfredo.sanchez-tojar@uni-bielefeld.de
https://www.springer.com/journal/265/editors
Theo C. M. Bakker, James F. A. Traniello
besedass@uni-bonn.de; jfat@bu.edu
Esteban Fernández-Juricic
efernan@purdue.edu12.07.2021
Rather than the managin editor, I contacted the R code editor, who happens to be the President-Elect of the Animal Behavior Society, and I think he might be fond of the cause.
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Biochemical Sytematics and EcologyElsevierRose O'Dea
rose.eleanor.o.dea@gmail.com
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/biochemical-systematics-and-ecology/editorial-board
Monique Simmondsm.simmonds@rbgkew.ac.uk13.07.2021
Email blocked, so contacted through form on journal website
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BiogeosciencesEuropean Geosciences UnionHannah Fraserhannahsfraser@gmail.com
https://www.biogeosciences.net/editorial_board.html
Michael Bahn, Steven Bouillon, Anja Rammig, Tina Treude,
michael.bahn@uibk.ac.at, steven.bouillon@ees.kuleuven.be, anja.rammig@tum.det, treude@g.ucla.edu
12.07.2021
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Biological ConservationElsevierHannah Fraserhannahsfraser@gmail.com
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/biological-conservation/editorial-board/vincent-devictor
Vincent Devictor
vincent.devictor@univ-montp2.fr
12.07.2021
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Biological InvasionsSpringerSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://www.springer.com/journal/10530/editors
Daniel Simberlofftebo@utk.edu12.07.2021
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Biology LettersRoyal Society PublishingMatthieu Paquet
matthieu.paquet@outlook.com
https://royalsocietypublishing.org/journal/rsbl
David J Beerlingd.j.beerling@sheffield.ac.uk12.07.2021
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Biology OpenThe Company of BiologistsRose O'Dea
rose.eleanor.o.dea@gmail.com
https://journals.biologists.com/bio/pages/edboard
Steven Kellysteven.kelly@plants.ox.ac.ukRachel Hackettbio@biologists.com13.07.2021
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Bird Conservation International Cambridge University PressMatthieu Paquet
matthieu.paquet@outlook.com
https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/bird-conservation-international/information/editorial-board
Phil Atkinsonbci.editor@bto.org12.07.2021
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Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History
American Museum of Natural History Library
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Chemistry and EcologyTaylor and FrancisMatthieu Paquet
matthieu.paquet@outlook.com
https://www.tandfonline.com/action/journalInformation?show=editorialBoard&journalCode=gche20
Roberto Danovaror.danovaro@univpm.it14.07.2021
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ChemoecologyBirkhauser Verlag Basel
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ChemosphereElsevier
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Community EcologyAkademiai KiadoMatthieu Paquetmatthieu.paquet@slu.se
https://www.springer.com/journal/42974/editors
Ferenc Jordánjordan.ferenc@gmail.com14.07.2021
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Conservation LettersJohn Wiley & SonsJessica Tamj.tam@student.unsw.edu.au
https://conbio.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/hub/journal/1755263x/homepage/editorialboard.html
Edward T. Gameegame@tnc.org
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Conservation physiologyOxford University PressSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://academic.oup.com/conphys/pages/Editorial_Board
Steven CookeSteven.Cooke@carleton.ca
conphys.editorialoffice@oup.com
13.07.2021
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EcographyWiley-BlackwellShinichi Nakagawas.nakgawa@unsw.edu.au
https://www.ecography.org/about-journal/editorial-board
Miguel Araujomaraujo@mncn.csic.esMaria Persson
ecography@oikosoffice.lu.se
12.07.2021
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Ecological ApplicationsWiley-BlackwellAnthony Davidson
anthony.davidson@canberra.edu.au
https://esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/hub/journal/19395582/about/contact-us
Juan Corleyjcorley@esa.org
multiple assigning authors
12.07.2021
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Ecological EconomicsElsevierAnthony Davidson
anthony.davidson@canberra.edu.au
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/ecological-economics
S. Baumgärtner; R.B. Howarth
stefan.baumgaertner@ere.uni-freiburg.de; richard.b.howarth@dartmouth.edu
12.07.2021
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Ecological IndicatorsElsevierAnthony Davidson
anthony.davidson@canberra.edu.au
https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/ecological-indicators
J.C. Marquesjcmimar@ci.uc.pt13.07.2021
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Ecological MonographsWiley-BlackwellAnthony Davidson
anthony.davidson@canberra.edu.au
https://esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/hub/journal/15577015/editorial-board/editorial-board
Brian D. Inouyebdinouye@​bio.fsu.edu
William K. Michener (data editor)
wmichene@unm.​edu13.07.202114.07.2021
Hi Shinichi et al,
I am supportive of the idea of Registered Reports, and I participated in the COS conference in VA where these were discussed a while back (6 years ago?). However, Ecological Monographs fills a different niche in the publishing landscape and I don't think Registered Reports would be appropriate for this journal. We only consider manuscripts >50 pages, where the length is justified by the depth and complexity of the scholarship or research, and most of our submissions are not solely empirical articles. We have a relatively small number of submissions each year, and commensurate budget, and for that reason would also be hesitant.
I've discussed this in past years with EICs for other ESA (Ecological Society of America) and with the publications committee at our annual meetings. I think that Ecosphere, another ESA journal would be a good fit with Registered Reports, and it may already be a signatory, but not Ecological Monographs.
-Brian Inouye
Didn't think it was approriate but recommended Ecosphere. Have emailed Ecosphere and responsed to Brian. Still in discussion.
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EcologyWiley-BlackwellAnthony Davidson
anthony.davidson@canberra.edu.au
https://esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/hub/journal/19399170/editorial-board/editorial-board
Kathryn L. Cottinghamkathryn.l.cottingham@dartmouth.edu
Nicholas J. Gotelli; Joseph B. Yavitt
Nicholas.Gotelli@uvm.edu; jby1@cornell.edu
13.07.2021
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Ecology LettersWiley-Blackwell
Alfredo Sanchez-Tojar
Rather than the managin editor, I contacted the R code editor, who happens to be the President-Elect of the Animal Behavior Society, and I think he might be fond of the cause. I sent a reminder on the 20th August 2021.
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/14610248/homepage/editorialboard.html
Tim Coulsontim.coulson@zoo.ox.ac.ukNathalie Espunoecolets@cefe.cnrs.fr12.07.202113.07.2021
Dear Alfredo, I have now had the opportunity to chat with most of my senior editors, and we are not persuaded that Registered Reports are quite right for Ecology Letters. There are a number of reasons for this decision: Workload: we are concerned about the additional workload this could put on our reviewers. It is our view that the peer-review system is fundamentally broken, and we are not prepared to increase reviewer workload. On the contrary, we are keen to reduce reviewer burden. For us, this has to be our primary priority, and we are not going to introduce any new initiatives that might impact this goal. We are addressing this issue by working hard to encourage and promote initiatives such as Peer Community In. We believe this is the best way to get the publishing industry to adopt a much more sensible approach to ownership and cross-publishing house transfer of peer reviews. If we were able to reduce reviewer burden, then we would be prepared to revisit RRs. Trust. We trust our authors to follow the scientific method appropriately. We believe that p-hacking and the like are rare amongst our authors. We do not want to challenge this trust. Being beholden: A paper is much more than a methods section. We are not interested in being beholden to publish papers that have good methods sections but poorly written or hurried results etc. We would not make a commitment to publish on only seeing a fraction of a paper in the same way we wouldn’t buy a car by only looking at the engine and ignoring the body work. Statistical approaches. One of our senior editors felt that RRs are well suited to Frequentist statistics, but may be less well suited to Bayesian statistics that have become rather more common in recent years. There was some disagreement regarding this point though. We think a better route is for authors to file pre-registration reports on a reputable pre-print server and to refer to these during the production of their paper. If authors feel the need to publicly demonstrate their adherence to the scientific method (which is a perfectly valid and noble desire), it strikes us that is as an excellent, appropriate, workable, and verifiable route to follow. I know that this is not the answer you were hoping for, and I am sorry for that. Ecology Letters is championing many Open Science initiatives, including data review associated with papers. However, publishing Registered Reports is not a priority for us currently, but is something we might return to once we have made progress on reducing peer-review burden which is our current top priority. All the best, and thanks for reaching out. Tim
First quick response on the 12.07.2021: Thanks Alfredo – I will discuss with Wiley and the senior editorial and management team at the journal and let you know whether this is something we can sign up to or not. Cheers, Tim
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Ecology of Freshwater FishWiley-Blackwell
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Ecology, Environment and ConservationEM InternationalSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
http://www.envirobiotechjournals.com/EEC_editorial_board.php
Prof.(Dr.) R.K.Trivedy,rktrivedy@gmail.com16.07.2021
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EcosphereWiley-BlackwellAnthony Davidson
anthony.davidson@canberra.edu.au
https://esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/hub/journal/21508925/editorial-board/editorial-board
Debra Petersdeb.peters@usda.govMany managing editors14.07.2021
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Ecosystem ServicesElsevier
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EcosystemsSpringerMatt Gmatthew.grainger@nina.noEcosystems | Home (springer.com)Suzann McClenahan
ecosys@zoology.wisc.edu
12.07.2021
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Endangered Species ResearchInter-Research
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Environmental EvidenceBioMed CentralSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://environmentalevidencejournal.biomedcentral.com/;
Prof Andrew Pullina.s.pullin@bangor.ac.uk12.07.202127.07.2021
Many thanks for your email. Environmental Evidence is a journal of evidence synthesis and as such accepts protocols for both systematic reviews and systematic evidence maps. Indeed, these a-priori, peer reviewed protocols are mandatory for the consideration of publication of systematic review and maps in the journal. From your description it seems that 'Registered Reports' are a very similar concept and so I think we are already conforming to the principles that you are proposing. It would be interesting to know if there are any fundamental differences in our practices and would be happy to discuss this if you think it would be halpful.
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Environmental PollutionElsevierMatthieu Paquetmatthieu.paquet@slu.se
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/environmental-pollution
Christian Sonnecs@bios.au.dk14.07.2021
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Environmental Science & TechnologyAmerican Chemical Society
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EthologyWiley-Blackwell
Alfredo Sanchez-Tojar
alfredo.sanchez-tojar@uni-bielefeld.de
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/14390310/homepage/editorialboard.html
Wolfgang Goymanngoymann@orn.mpg.de12.07.202116.07.2021
Dear Alfredo, thank you very much for your email. I fully appreciate and value the idea of registering studies and deposit them in an online repository, so that they can later be included and cited in a manuscript. However, I do not see why the registration of a study should be published as a paper in a scientific journal? What is the added value, except that referees may judge the proposal, but since also this process may take a couple of months the authors for sure will have started the study. Imagine a PhD student with 3 years of funding, can she or he wait until the registered study has been viewed by referees and accepted by the journal? Also, I do not know if you are aware how hard it can be to find suitable referees for manuscripts especially for ordinary journals that do not have a top-notch impact factor? If I would put an additional burden on our pool of referees that might really become to much of an effort for all these people. In any case I will discuss this with the other editors of Ethology to collect some opinions and because I am sympathetic to the idea. best regards Wolfgang
I replied to Wolfgang on the 20th August 2021, and did my best to explain the misunderstandings and provide a little be more explanations in favour of RRs.
In the process of implementing it (2022/02/23: By the way, I convinced most Wiley people and most of my fellow editors that we will accept registered reports. Will take a while until this will be implemented, but it is on its way...)
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Ethology, Ecology and EvolutionTaylor and Francis
Alfredo Sanchez-Tojar
alfredo.sanchez-tojar@uni-bielefeld.de
https://www.tandfonline.com/action/journalInformation?show=editorialBoard&journalCode=teee20
Alberto Ugolinialberto.ugolini@unifi.it12.07.202120.08.2021Dear Colleague, thank you for your mail. We are not interested in your proposal. Sincerely A. Ugolini
I sent a reminder on the 20th August 2021.
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EvoDevoBioMed CentralJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://evodevojournal.biomedcentral.com/about/editorial-board
Andreas Hejnol; Mansi Srivastava
Andreas.Hejnol@uib.no; mansi@oeb.harvard.edu
13.07.2021
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EvolutionWiley-BlackwellJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/15585646/homepage/editorialboard.html
Tracey Chapmantracey.chapman@uea.ac.ukSteven Perezevoedoffice@wiley.com12.07.2021
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Evolution and DevelopmentWiley-BlackwellJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/1525142x/homepage/editorialboard.html
R. Craig Albertsonalbertson@bio.umass.edu13.07.2021
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Evolution LettersWiley-BlackwellJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/20563744/homepage/editorialboard.html
Jon Slatej.slate@sheffield.ac.uk12.07.202112.07.2021Discussing with editorial board;not super positive. Willing to accept registered reports from PCI
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Evolutionary ApplicationsWiley-BlackwellJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/17524571/homepage/editorial_board.htm
Louis Bernatchez
Louis.Bernatchez@bio.ulaval.ca
13.07.2021
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Evolutionary BiologySpringerJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://www.springer.com/journal/11692/editors
Benedikt Hallgrimssonbhallgri@ucalgary.ca13.07.2021
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Evolutionary EcologySpringerPatrice Pottierp.pottier@unsw.edu.au
https://www.springer.com/journal/10682; https://www.deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/people/matthew-symonds
Matthew Symonds
matthew.symonds@deakin.edu.au
12.07.202114.07.2021Dear Patrice

Thankyou very much for your email. I’m in principle in favour of the Registered Report idea, but I would need to discuss this with my editorial board at Evolutionary Ecology, and also with Springer (the publishers) to see whether they would be amenable to this. To me, it seems not really unlike something journals partly should do anyway, where we ask for revisions when the paper has a good idea but might not have been conducted quite properly.

I have just a couple of questions

1) Am I correct that the Registered Report itself is not published? It’s like a part acceptance of the paper. Does the journal, though, still have the right to reject the paper if it subsequently appears, at the results stage, that there is a flaw in the analysis. I could also imagine a scenario where the original reviewers (or editor) of the registered report are not available, and the reviewers at the second round pick up an issue not previously identified. What is the obligation of the journal to still publish?
2) On the flip side – what obligations are on the authors to submit their final paper to the journal? Say their results are a lot more exciting (or unexpected) than they originally thought they might be and they want to try for Nature or some such journal. Can they just ignore the registered report / provisional acceptance status and go off and publish elsewhere. Obviously if a paper we handle is given a ‘revision’ status, there is an obligation that the authors don’t then submit their paper elsewhere, unless they formally withdraw. I presume the authors in this case would still have to withdraw the paper before they could submit elsewhere.

I look forward to hearing back from you

With best wishes

Matthew
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Evolutionary Ecology ResearchEvolutionary Ecology ResearchJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://www.evolutionary-ecology.com/editors.html
Michael Rosenzweigscarab@email.arizona.edu13.07.202114.07.2021Negative reponse - will try and convince!
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FEMS Microbiology EcologyOxford University PressAnthony Davidson
anthony.davidson@canberra.edu.au
https://academic.oup.com/femsec/pages/Editorial_Board
Max M. Häggblomhaggblom@rutgers.edu
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Fire EcologyAssociation for Fire EcologyAnthony Davidson
anthony.davidson@canberra.edu.au
https://fireecology.springeropen.com/about/editorial-board
Robert E. Keanerobert.e.keane@usda.gov
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Fish and FisheriesWiley-BlackwellRose O'Dea
rose.eleanor.o.dea@gmail.com
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/14672979/homepage/editorialboard.html
Prof Paul J B Hart; Prof Gary R. Carvalho; Prof Robert Arlinghaus
pbh@leicester.ac.uk; faf.editormolecular@bangor.ac.uk; arlinghaus@igb-berlin.de
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Fisheries Management and EcologyWiley-Blackwell
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Flora: Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants
Urban und Fischer Verlag Jena
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Forest Ecology and ManagementElsevier
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Freshwater BiologyWiley-BlackwellAli Guncanguncan.ali@gmail.com
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/13652427/homepage/editorialboard.html
Professor Belinda RobsonB.Robson@murdoch.edu.au13.07.2021
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Frontiers in Ecology and EvolutionBioMed CentralJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://www.frontiersin.org/journals/ecology-and-evolution#editorial-board
Mark A Elgarm.elgar@unimelb.edu.au13.07.2021
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Frontiers in Ecology and the EnvironmentBioMed CentralSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/hub/journal/15409309/editorial-board/editorial-board
Richard L. Wallacerwallace@ursinus.eduPeter Mooresidepeter@esa.org12.07.202115.07.2021Are discussing the concept and will get back in touch.
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Frontiers in Marine ScienceBioMed Central
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Frontiers in PhysiologyBioMed Central
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Frontiers in ZoologyBioMed CentralJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://frontiersinzoology.biomedcentral.com/about/editorial-board
Juergen Heinze; Ulrich Technau
juergen.heinze@ur.de; ulrich.technau@univie.ac.at
13.07.202115.07.2021Discussing and will get back in touch
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Functional EcologyWiley-BlackwellSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://besjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/hub/journal/13652435/editorial-board/editorial-board
Charles Fox; Lara A. Ferry; Katie Field; Alan Knapp
cfox@uky.edu; Lara.Ferry@asu.edu; k.j.field@sheffield.ac.uk; alan.knapp@colostate.edu
12.07.2021
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Fungal DiversitySpringerHannah Fraserhannahsfraser@gmail.com
https://www.springer.com/journal/13225/editors
Z.L. YangEicfungaldiversity@gmail.com12.07.2021
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Fungal EcologyElsevierHannah Fraserhannahsfraser@gmail.com
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/fungal-ecology/editorial-board
L. Boddyboddyl@cardiff.ac.uk12.07.2021
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Global Change BiologyWiley-BlackwellSzymek Drobniaks.drobniak@unsw.edu.au
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/13652486
Steve Longslong@illinois.eduRachel Shekar
globalchangebiology@illinois.edu
12.07.2021
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Global Ecology and BiogeographyWiley-BlackwellSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/14668238/homepage/editorialboard.html
Brian McGill, Professor,geb@brianmcgill.orggeboffice@wiley.com16.07.2021
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Global Ecology and ConservationElsevierMatt Gmatthew.grainger@nina.no
Editorial Board - Global Ecology and Conservation - Journal - Elsevier
Richard Cortlett12.07.202112.07.21Generally positive - wanted more info. I replied today and cc'ed Shinichi 20.07.21
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Global Environmental ChangeElsevierSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/global-environmental-change/editorial-board
Distinguished Professor Eduardo Brondizio, PhD
ebrondiz@indiana.eduDr. Neil Jennings
neil.jennings@imperial.ac.uk
16.07.2021
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Human EcologySpringerAli Guncanguncan.ali@gmail.com
https://www.springer.com/journal/10745/editors
Daniel G. Bates
dbates447@gmail.com; dbates@hunter.cuny.edu
Ludomir Lozny
llozny@hunter.cuny.edu; humaneco@hunter.cuny.edu
13.07.2021
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ICES Journal of Marine ScienceOxford University Press
86
Ichthyology & Herpetology
American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists
87
Integrative and Comparative BiologyOxford University Press
88
Integrative ZoologyWiley-Blackwell
89
International Journal of EcologyHindawi Publishing Corporation
90
International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences
International Scientific Publications
91
Journal of Animal EcologyWiley-Blackwell
Alfredo Sanchez-Tojar
alfredo.sanchez-tojar@uni-bielefeld.de
https://besjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/hub/journal/13652656/editorial-board/editorial-board
Jean-Michel Gaillard; Nate Sanders; Lesley Lancaster; Darren Evans
jean-michel.gaillard@univ-lyon1.fr; njsander@umich.edu; lesleylancaster@abdn.ac.uk; darren.evans@ncl.ac.uk
12.07.202120.08.2021
Dear colleague, First of all, I am terribly sorry for having skipped your first message. My apologies! Thanks for this suggestion. After reading in detail your message, I found it potentially relevant. However, to make the addition of Register Reports article as a new paper type of Journal of Animal Ecology (JAE), several steps would be required. We first need to discuss the pros and cons among the editorial team. In addition, as JAE is one of the 8 journals of the British Ecological Society, a broader discussion at the level of the BES will be required. We will discuss about the potential suitability of Register Reports articles for JAE in our next Editorial meeting and will let you know about our viewpoint. All the best Jean-Michel
I sent a reminder on the 20th August 2021.
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Journal of Applied EcologyWiley-BlackwellMatt Gmatthew.grainger@nina.no
Journal of Applied Ecology - Wiley Online Library
Jos Barlow;Nathalie Pettorelli;Phil Stephens;Martin Nuñez;Romina Rader;Tadeu Siqueira
jos.barlow@lancaster.ac.uk; nathalie.pettorelli@ioz.ac.uk; philip.stephens@durham.ac.uk; nunezm@gmail.com; rrader@une.edu.au; tadeu.siqueira@unesp.br <tadeu.siqueira@unesp.br>
12.07.2021
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Journal of Avian BiologyWiley-Blackwell
http://www.avianbiology.org/about-journal/editorial-board
Jan-Åke Nilssonjan-ake.nilsson@biol.lu.seJohan Nilssonjab@oikosoffice.lu.se
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Journal of BiogeographyWiley-BlackwellPatrice Pottierp.pottier@unsw.edu.au
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/13652699/homepage/editorialboard.html
Michael Dawsonmdawson@ucmerced.edu12.07.2021
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Journal of Chemical EcologySpringer
96
Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic and Environmental Physiology
SpringerAli Guncanguncan.ali@gmail.com
https://www.springer.com/journal/360/editors
Gerhard Heldmaier
heldmaier@staff.uni-marburg.de
13.07.2021
97
Journal of Ecology and EnvironmentBioMed Central
98
Journal of Evolutionary BiologyWiley-BlackwellJoel Pickjoel.l.pick@gmail.com
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/14209101/homepage/editorialboard.html
Wolf Blanckenhornwolf.blanckenhorn@ieu.uzh.chNicola Cookjeb.office@eseb.org12.07.2021
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Journal of Experimental BiologyThe Company of BiologistsSonya GeangeSonya.Geange@uib.no
https://journals.biologists.com/jeb/pages/edboard
Craig E. Franklinc.franklin@uq.edu.au12.07.2021
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Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and EcologyElsevier