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Journal Title Journal has affiliation Affiliation Peer ReviewedOpen Access / Sub. location (url)Generic Pub Policy Source has data management plan or policy?Date of Plan Data Required for Peer ReviewTextPolicy Requests or Requires Authors to share data for publication TextPolicy Has Instructions how to share data? Policy has instructions for how to share data? TextPolicy has instructions where to deposit shared data ?Policy has instructions where to deposit shared data ? Text Type of place to deposit? (Journal, Repository etc)Policy requires accession number?Policy requires format for shared data ?Policy mentions reuse?Policy has Instructions for how to cite data?(Full Text of Instructions)Policy has instructions for where in pub. to cite data?Policy has instructions for linking to cited data?
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American Journal of Physical Anthropology
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The American Naturalist YesAmerican Society of NaturalistsYesMixhttp://www.journals.uchicago.edu/page/an/instruct.htmlYesFeb-2010Requests It is the expectation of the American Naturalist that authors will make the data underlying published articles publicly available. The American Naturalist encourages authors to deposit the data associated with accepted papers in a public archive. For gene sequence data and phylogenetic trees, deposition in GenBank or TreeBASE, respectively, is required.Required for gene sequence and phylogenetic trees, all others "strongly encouragedYesShould be publicly availableYesThere are many possible archives that may suit a particular data set, including the Dryad repository for ecological and evolutionary biology data (http://datadryad.org).Yes (with direct reference to data deposited in GenBank, TreeBASE and DryadnoNo Only unnatributed data: "Cite unpublished work as "A. B. Smith and C. D. Jones, unpublished data" or "E. F. Smith and G. H. Jones, unpublished manuscript."No no
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Annual Review of Ecological Evolution and Systematics YesAmerican Association of Physical AnthropologistsYesSubhttp://arjournals.annualreviews.org/loi/ecolsysn/aNo NoNo No NoNoNo No No No No No No
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Anthropological Science NoAnthropological Society of Nippon http://www.nacos.com/asn/as.htmlNon/aNo NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
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Australian Systematic Botany Nohttp://www.publish.csiro.au/nid/40.htmNon/aNo If new experimental data are included in the review, sufficient detail about methods should be included so that other investigators can repeat the work.NoNoNo
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Biochemical Systematics and Ecology YesNo OAhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03051978No n/aNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
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Biological Journal of the Linnean Society NoLinnean Society http://www.wiley.com/bw/journal.asp?ref=0024-4066No n/aNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo
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Biology LettersNoYesSub http://rsbl.royalsocietypublishing.org/No n/aNo NoNo No NoNoNo No No No No No No
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BMC Evolutionary Biology YesYes Mixhttp://www.biomedcentral.com/bmcevolbiol/Yesn/aYesRequires Submission of a manuscript to BMC Evolutionary Biology implies that readily reproducible materials described in the manuscript, including all relevant raw data, will be freely available to any scientist wishing to use them for non-commercial purposes.RequiredYesNucleic acid sequences, protein sequences, and atomic coordinates should be deposited in an appropriate database in time for the accession number to be included in the published article. In computational studies where the sequence information is unacceptable for inclusion in databases because of lack of experimental validation, the sequences must be published as an additional file with the article.Yes(A number of resources for different types of data are mentioned here: http://www.biomedcentral.com/bmcevolbiol/ifora/Repository YesNoNo
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Cladistics NoYesMixhttp://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118512781/homeYes n/aYesRequests Cladistics requests the deposition of data matrices and other material electronically for publication on the Willi Hennig Society Journal web site. Please submit these data as e-mail attachments to the Associate Editor Mark Siddall (siddall@amnh.org) after receiving the tracking number for your manuscript from the Editor. These data will be made available to the referees but not to the community at large until such time as the paper is accepted. If the paper is not found to be acceptable for publication, the data and associated files will be removed from the directory structure and destroyed.Requested No No No
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Development Genes and Evolution YesBioMedCentralYes OAhttp://www.springer.com/life+sciences/evolutionary+&+developmental+biology/journal/427NonoNo NoNoNo
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Evolutionary Applications YesWilli Hennig SocietyYesSub http://www.wiley.com/bw/submit.asp?ref=1520-541X&site=1Wiley Blackwell
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Evolution and Development NoNo http://www.springer.com/life+sciences/evolutionary+%26+developmental+biology/journal/10682Springer No
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Evolutionary Ecology NoNo OAhttp://www.evolutionary-ecology.com/advice/AdviceFrames.htmlNo
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Evolutionary Ecology ResearchersYesSociety for the study of Evolution NoMixhttp://www.wiley.com/bw/submit.asp?ref=0014-3820&site=1Wiley Blackwell
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Evolution NoYesSubhttp://www.brill.nl/AuthorsInstructions/ISE.pdfYesJuly 28 2009 YesThe complete collection data of holotype, paratypes and all other specimens examined must beRequiresThe complete collection data of holotype, paratypes and all other specimens examined must beWhen submitting via the website, you will be guided stepwise through the creation and
uploading of the various files and data.
YesInstitutional Repository
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Insect Systematics and Evolution YesResearch Council of IsraelNoOAhttp://www.israelsciencejournals.com/guidelines/IJEEContributorsGuidelines.pdfNo2009recorded; the institution in which they are deposited must be indicated.recorded; the institution in which they are deposited must be indicated.
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Israel Journal of Evolution and Ecology NoYesSubhttp://www.maik.ru/cgi-perl/journal.pl?lang=eng&name=evolbp&page=guidNo
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Journal of Biochemistry and Physiology No NoMixhttp://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/122684477/grouphome/ForAuthors.htmlWiley Inter Science
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Journal of Evolutionary Biology NoYesMixhttp://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/622882/authorinstructions#87000Elsevier
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Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B - Molecular and Developmental Evolution NoNoSub http://www.springer.com/life+sciences/cell+biology/journal/239Springer No
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Journal of Human Evolution Yes Natural History Museum YesSubhttp://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/journal.asp?issn=1477-2019&linktype=44Taylor and Francis
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Journal of Molecular Evolution NoYesMixhttp://www.wiley.com/bw/submit.asp?ref=0947-5745&site=1Wiley Blackwell
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Journal of Systematic Palaeontology NoYesMixWiley Blackwell
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Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research NoYesSub
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Molecular Biology and Evolution YesSociety for Molecular and Biological EvlutionYesMixhttp://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/molbev/for_authors/msprep_submission.htmlnnannnnnnnnnnnnnn
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Molecular Ecology
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Molecular Ecology Notes
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Molecular Ecology Resources
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Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
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Organism Diversity and Evolution
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PaleobiologyYesThe Paleontological SocietyYesOpenhttp://www.paleosoc.org/content/Frame2.htmlNoOptionAdditional material too long for publication in Paleobiology can be submitted as supplementary material to be available online at the Paleobiology web site. This material may include data, tables, figures, appendices, or program code and will be reviewed along with the rest of the manuscript.nyesAdditional material too long for publication in Paleobiology can be submitted as supplementary material to be available online at the Paleobiology web siteysubmit with manuscriptJournalnnnnnnn
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Plant Sytstematics and Evolution
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Systematic Biology ySociety of Systematic BiologistsYMixhttp://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/sysbio/for_authors/ms_preparation.htmlYes Feb-2008YesAll datasets used in the research for the manuscript must be made available to

reviewers unless the data are already published elsewhere.
RequiresAll nucleotide sequence data and alignments must be submitted to GenBank or EMBL before the paper can be published. In addition, all data matrices and resulting trees must be submitted to TreeBASE. GenBank and TreeBASE reference numbers should be provided in the final version of the paper.yAll data files should be uploaded onto ScholarOne Manuscripts during the submission process. Alternative arrangements may be made for very large data files associated with studies using simulations.YAll nucleotide sequence data and alignments must be submitted to GenBank or EMBL before the paper can be published. In addition, all data matrices and resulting trees must be submitted to TreeBASE. GenBank and TreeBASE reference numbers should be provided in the final version of the paper.Repository For manuscripts involving phylogenetic analyses, electronic copies of data sets (e.g. nucleotide sequence data and new alignments of previously published data), in nexus format, must be supplied.
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Systematic Botany yAmerican Society for Plant TaxonomistsYMixhttp://www.aspt.net/publications/sysbot/checklist_systbot.phpYes2006YesIf the manuscript includes a phylogenetic analysis, it must include the information for the reviewers to access the aligned cladistic data matrix - either a TreeBASE SN number and login information (submitting author's full name and PIN), or a copy of the Nexus file(s).RequestsAll sequences used as data must be deposited in one of the international nucleotide sequence databases, preferably GenBank. Post-review final manuscript will not be accepted until sequence database accession numbers are included. Newly reported sequences must be documented by an herbarium specimen. Previously published sequences may cite the voucher or a literature reference where voucher information is given.yAdditional analyses or bulky non-cladistic data sets can be placed on the ASPT website as online supplemental material. Online posting should be used sparingly, and data and analyses essential to the conclusions in the paper should appear in the published manuscript unless the length is prohibitive. Online supplemental material should not duplicate materials available on TreeBASE, GenBank, or other online sources.yRepository or Journal yy
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Systematic Entomology All data sets for phylogenetic analyses must be submitted to TreeBASE (http://www.treeBASE.org). A TreeBASE accession number (study number alone is acceptable) should be cited in the Materials and Methods section in the final version of the manuscript. For manuscript review, either submit the data file together with the manuscript (if data not yet in TreeBASE) or provide the name and P.I.N. of the author who submitted the data to TreeBASE. Referees will need this information to gain access to the submitted data sets.y
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TaxonyInternationl Association for Plant Taxonomy Ysubhttp://www.botanik.univie.ac.at/iapt/downloads/guidelines_authors.pdfYMa - 2010RequestsDNA or protein sequences must be deposited in public datayTAXON is providing authors the opportunity to store in electronic form supplementary data too bulky or too technical to be included in the printed version of their article. All such data will be maintained as separate files in the online version of Taxon at http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/iapt/tax
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Theoretical Population Biology bases (GenBank, EMBL, etc.), and accession numbers must be given
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Trends in Ecological Evolution either in the Materials and Methods, when a few, or in a separate
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ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGYnYmixhttp://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/600781/description#descriptionelsevier Appendix (to be provided after the manuscript is accepted); consult a
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ADVANCES IN ECOLOGICAL RESEARCHrecent issue of TAXON for style of the Appendix. Alignments should
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African Journal of Ecology be deposited in Tree base or some other public database, or made
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Agricultural Ecosystems and Environment available upon request.
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American Midland Naturalist yUniversity of Notre DameYsubhttp://www.nd.edu/~ammidnat/authors.htmlN
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AMAZONIANA-LIMNOLOGIA ET OECOLOGIA REGIONALIS SYSTEMAE FLUMINIS AMAZONASYMax Plank Institute YsubPrint only?
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Animal Conservation
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ANNALES ZOOLOGICI FENNICIYFinnish Zoological and Botanical Publishing Board.Ymix http://www.sekj.org/AnnZool.htmlNoYesIt is expectated that the authors make the data underlying published articles available on request. Any impediments to data sharing should be brought to the attention of the editors at the time of submission.
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Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics
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Applied Vegetation Science YInternation Association for Vegetation ScienceYmixhttp://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/121648483/homeWiley Blackwell
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Aquatic Ecology
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Aquatic Microbial Ecology
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Austral Ecology
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Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History YAmerican Museum of Natural HistoryYOAhttp://research.amnh.org/scipubs/No
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Basic Applied Ecology
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Behavioral Ecology YInternational Society for Behavioral Ecologists YMix http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/beheco/for_authors/general.htmlOxford Journal NRequestsAll material to be considered as supplementary data must be submitted at the same time as the main manuscript for review. Please indicate clearly the material intended as supplementary data upon submission. Also ensure that the supplementary data is referred to in the main manuscript at an appropriate point in the text. It must be supplied to the production department with the article for publication, not at a later date. It cannot be altered or replaced after the paper has been accepted for publication. Files for supplementary data should be clearly marked as such and be accompanied by a summary of the file names and types.
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Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
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Biodiversity Conservation
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BiogeosciencesYesOANoYSupplementary material, such as data sets, animated visualisation, etc., should be submitted together with the manuscript for peer-reviewed publication.yAuthors have the opportunity to submit supplementary material with their manuscript such as data sets, movies, animations, etc. These files will be published online along with the article as *.zip archive (or single *.pdf file).YJournal
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Biological Conservation
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Biological Invasions
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BioTropica
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Canadian Field Naturalist YesOttawa Field-Naturalists' ClubYesSubhttp://www.ofnc.ca/cfn/index.phpNo
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Chemistry and Ecology
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ChemoecologyNYesSub http://www.springer.com/birkhauser/biosciences/journal/49Springer
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Community Ecology NoYesMixhttp://akkrt.hu/download.php?fpdfid=13822&url=http://static.akkrt.hu/media/1/3/8/2/2/13822.pdfNo
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Compost Science and UtilizationNoYessubhttp://www.jgpress.com/compostscience/archives/author_guidelines/000785.htmlno
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Conservation Biology
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Diversity and Distributions
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Ecography
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Ecohydrology
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Ecological Applications YEcological Society of AmericaYesSubhttp://esapubs.org/esapubs/conditions.htm#EthYes2/18/10RequestsThe editors and publisher expect authors to make the data underlying published articles available. Although public data availability is not strictly a requirement at this time, any information on materials, methods or data necessary to verify the conclusions of the research reported must be made available to the Subject-matter Editor upon request.YBy registering data, one does not relinquish rights to research findings. In fact, the registry may serve to establish precedence for ecological studies. Our hope is that the Data Registry will eventually be linked to Data Archives containing the actual data referred to in the registry, and that all data underlying published papers in ESA journals will be readily available for purposes of verification, replication, and meta-analysis.yAuthors are strongly encouraged to register datasets associated with manuscripts accepted by ESA journals at ESA's official Data Registry at data.esa.org. New links to the Data Registry from the Instructions to Authors and from the ESA submission site itself will facilitate the registration of data by our authors. Our hope is that the Data Registry will serve as a mechanism for “data discovery,” leading to communication (and possibly collaboration) between researchers and to meta-analyses.Registry NoNoNo
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Ecological Complex
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Ecological Economics
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Ecological Engineering
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Ecological Informatics
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Ecological Letters
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Ecological Modeling
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Ecological Monographs YEcological Society of AmericaYesSubhttp://esapubs.org/esapubs/conditions.htm#EthYes2/18/10RequestsThe editors and publisher expect authors to make the data underlying published articles available. Although public data availability is not strictly a requirement at this time, any information on materials, methods or data necessary to verify the conclusions of the research reported must be made available to the Subject-matter Editor upon request.YBy registering data, one does not relinquish rights to research findings. In fact, the registry may serve to establish precedence for ecological studies. Our hope is that the Data Registry will eventually be linked to Data Archives containing the actual data referred to in the registry, and that all data underlying published papers in ESA journals will be readily available for purposes of verification, replication, and meta-analysis.yAuthors are strongly encouraged to register datasets associated with manuscripts accepted by ESA journals at ESA's official Data Registry at data.esa.org. New links to the Data Registry from the Instructions to Authors and from the ESA submission site itself will facilitate the registration of data by our authors. Our hope is that the Data Registry will serve as a mechanism for “data discovery,” leading to communication (and possibly collaboration) between researchers and to meta-analyses.Registry NoNoNo
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Ecological Research
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Ecology and Society NoYesOAhttp://www.ecologyandsociety.org/about/submissions.php#guidelinesNoYExample:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 1961-1980. Climatological data—Kansas. Environmental Data and Information Service, National Climatic Center, Asheville, North Carolina, USA.
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EcologyYEcological Society of AmericaYesSubhttp://esapubs.org/esapubs/conditions.htm#EthYes2/18/10RequestsThe editors and publisher expect authors to make the data underlying published articles available. Although public data availability is not strictly a requirement at this time, any information on materials, methods or data necessary to verify the conclusions of the research reported must be made available to the Subject-matter Editor upon request.YBy registering data, one does not relinquish rights to research findings. In fact, the registry may serve to establish precedence for ecological studies. Our hope is that the Data Registry will eventually be linked to Data Archives containing the actual data referred to in the registry, and that all data underlying published papers in ESA journals will be readily available for purposes of verification, replication, and meta-analysis.yAuthors are strongly encouraged to register datasets associated with manuscripts accepted by ESA journals at ESA's official Data Registry at data.esa.org. New links to the Data Registry from the Instructions to Authors and from the ESA submission site itself will facilitate the registration of data by our authors. Our hope is that the Data Registry will serve as a mechanism for “data discovery,” leading to communication (and possibly collaboration) between researchers and to meta-analyses.Registry NoNoNo
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EcoscienceYUniversity at LavalYesSubhttp://www.ecoscience.ulaval.ca/en/page.php?31No
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Ecosystems
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Ecotoxicology
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Environmental Biology of Fishes
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European Journal of Soil Biology
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Frontiers Ecology in Ecology and the EnvironmentYEcological Society of AmericaYesSubhttp://esapubs.org/esapubs/conditions.htm#EthYes2/18/10RequestsThe editors and publisher expect authors to make the data underlying published articles available. Although public data availability is not strictly a requirement at this time, any information on materials, methods or data necessary to verify the conclusions of the research reported must be made available to the Subject-matter Editor upon request.YBy registering data, one does not relinquish rights to research findings. In fact, the registry may serve to establish precedence for ecological studies. Our hope is that the Data Registry will eventually be linked to Data Archives containing the actual data referred to in the registry, and that all data underlying published papers in ESA journals will be readily available for purposes of verification, replication, and meta-analysis.yAuthors are strongly encouraged to register datasets associated with manuscripts accepted by ESA journals at ESA's official Data Registry at data.esa.org. New links to the Data Registry from the Instructions to Authors and from the ESA submission site itself will facilitate the registration of data by our authors. Our hope is that the Data Registry will serve as a mechanism for “data discovery,” leading to communication (and possibly collaboration) between researchers and to meta-analyses.Registry NoNoNo
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Functional Ecology
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Global Change Biology
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Global Ecology and Geography
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International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology nnyesOAhttp://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=t908394088~tab=submit~mode=paper_submission_instructionsTaylor and Francis
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InterscienciaYAsociación IntercienciayesOAhttp://www.scielo.org.ve/revistas/inci/iinstruc.htmNo
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ISME Journal YesInternational Society for Microbial EcologyYesMixhttp://mts-isme.nature.com/cgi-bin/main.plex?form_type=display_auth_instructionsYesYesRequiresThe ISME Journal will only review and publish manuscripts if the authors agree to make all data that cannot be published in the journal itself (e.g. novel nucleotide sequences, structural data, or data from large-scale gene expression experiments) freely available in one of the public databases (see Submission to public databases below). Accession codes must be provided at the time a revised manuscript is returned to the Editorial Office. To avoid delays in publication of the manuscript, we encourage authors to deposit relevant data in public databases prior to submission. The authors may request that the data be stored in a confidential section of the database, in which they can request passwords from the database administrators, and these should be passed on to the Editorial Office to allow the editors and referees to anonymously access the information during the review process.YesThe ISME Journal will only review and publish manuscripts if the authors agree to make all data that cannot be published in the journal itself (e.g. novel nucleotide sequences, structural data, or data from large-scale gene expression experiments) freely available in one of the public databases (see Submission to public databases below). Accession codes must be provided at the time a revised manuscript is returned to the Editorial Office. To avoid delays in publication of the manuscript, we encourage authors to deposit relevant data in public databases prior to submission. The authors may request that the data be stored in a confidential section of the database, in which they can request passwords from the database administrators, and these should be passed on to the Editorial Office to allow the editors and referees to anonymously access the information during the review process.YesThe ISME Journal requires submission of novel sequence and structural data to the appropriate public databases. We will not accept an article for publication until the relevant entry codes have been provided. These must be quoted in the text of the article.

Sequence data

Nucleotide sequence data can be submitted in electronic form to any one of the three major collaborative databases:

DDBJ: DNA Data Bank of Japan, Center for Information Biology, National Institute of Genetics, Mishima, Shizuoka 411, Japan. Tel: +81 559 81 6853; Fax: +81 559 81 6849; E-mail: ddbjsub@ddbj.nig.ac.jp (for data submissions); WWW URL: http://www.ddbj.nig.ac.jp/

EMBL: EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Submissions, European Bioinformatics Institute, Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge CB10 1SD, UK. Tel: +44 1223 494400; Fax: +44 1223 494472; E-mail: datasubs@ebi.ac.uk; WWW URL: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/

GenBank: National Center for Biotechnology Information, National Library of Medicine, Building 38A, Room 8N-803, Bethesda, MD 20894, USA. Tel: +1 301 496 2475; Fax: +1 301 480 9241; E-mail: gb-sub@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov; WWW URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/

The suggested wording for referring to accession number information in journal articles is 'These sequence data have been submitted to the DDBJ/EMBL/GenBank databases under accession No. U12345'.

Structural data

The ISME Journal accepts and follows the recommendations of the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr), with regard to the deposition and release of macromolecular structural data. These guidelines are set out in the article by the IUCr Commission on Biological Macromolecules in Acta Crystallographica (2000), D56, 2. In summary, they state that all publications must be accompanied by deposition of both the atomic coordinates and the structure-factor amplitudes in the appropriate database (PDB or NDB). In the case of low-resolution structures for which only a chain trace is reported, a set of C alpha positions and structure-factor amplitudes may be sufficient.

For NMR structures, data deposited should include resonance assignments, and all restraints used in structure determination (NOEs, spin-spin coupling constants, amide exchange rates, etc) and the derived atomic coordinates for both an individual structure and for a family of acceptable structures.

Structures of biological macromolecules solved by electron microscopy must be submitted to the EMDB database at http://www.ebi.ac.uk/msd/Deposition.html For a brief description of the database, see Tagari et al. (2002) Trends Biochem Sci 27:589.

Under exceptional circumstances and upon request, the Editors may grant a delay of up to 6 months for deposition or the release of deposited data.

Microarray data

Authors should refer to the MGED open letter specifying microarray standards (http://www.mged.org/Workgroups/MIAME/miame_checklist.html). The ISME Journal requires submission of microarray data to the ArrayExpress (http://www.ebi.ac.uk/arrayexpress/) or GEO (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/) databases, and provision of accession numbers before acceptance of the paper for publication
Repository Yes
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Journal of Animal Ecology
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Journal of Applied Ecology
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Journal of Arid Environments
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Journal of Biogeography
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Journal of Chemical Ecology
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Journal of Ecology
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