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EDITORIAL Cite as follows: Osborne, Bruce 2010 Editorial. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 110B, i–ii; DOI: 10.3318/BIOE. 2010.110.1.i. Pl. I—Biology and Environment’s new Praeger Review series is named in honour of Robert Lloyd Praeger. The plate shows Robert Lloyd Praeger engaged in fieldwork in Ballyruddery, near Larne, Co. Antrim, in June 1888. It’s always good to be able to report some good news, particularly in a period of economic doom and gloom. The associated figure (Fig. 1, overleaf) shows the number of citations per year for papers published in Biology and Environment from 1994 to 2010. This represents a >600% increase in citations over this period. Although admittedly this reflects, in part, a low initial baseline, with only four citations in 1994, this is still a remarkable achievement for any journal and bodes well for the official designation of our impact factor this summer. There has also been a steady increase (>200%) in the number of regular papers submitted over the last six years and we have in turn increased the number of papers published DOI: 10.3318/BIOE.2010.110.1.i Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Vol. 110B, No. 1, i–ii (2010). © Royal Irish http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Royal Irish Academy

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Royal Irish Academy
Copyright
Copyright © 2010 RIA
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0791-7945
eISSN
2009-003X
DOI
10.3318/BIOE.2010.110.1.i
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Cite as follows: Osborne, Bruce 2010 Editorial. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 110B, i–ii; DOI: 10.3318/BIOE. 2010.110.1.i. Pl. I—Biology and Environment’s new Praeger Review series is named in honour of Robert Lloyd Praeger. The plate shows Robert Lloyd Praeger engaged in fieldwork in Ballyruddery, near Larne, Co. Antrim, in June 1888. It’s always good to be able to report some good news, particularly in a period of economic doom and gloom. The associated figure (Fig. 1, overleaf) shows the number of citations per year for papers published in Biology and Environment from 1994 to 2010. This represents a >600% increase in citations over this period. Although admittedly this reflects, in part, a low initial baseline, with only four citations in 1994, this is still a remarkable achievement for any journal and bodes well for the official designation of our impact factor this summer. There has also been a steady increase (>200%) in the number of regular papers submitted over the last six years and we have in turn increased the number of papers published DOI: 10.3318/BIOE.2010.110.1.i Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Vol. 110B, No. 1, i–ii (2010). © Royal Irish

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Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish AcademyRoyal Irish Academy

Published: Jan 1, 2010

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