[Coral-List] Extreme/Marginal Reefs Special Issue - Submission deadline 6 mo. away

John Burt john.burt at nyu.edu
Wed May 15 05:59:35 UTC 2019

****Six months to submission deadline****

*Coral Reefs in a Changing World: Insights from Extremes*

Submission deadline: *15 Nov. 2019*     Journal: *Coral Reefs* (Springer
Expressions of Interest: Link <https://goo.gl/forms/ab2UzRfWIlg9MH7v2>

We are pleased to invite researchers studying extreme/marginal reef systems
to submit a manuscript to a special issue of *Coral Reefs*  titled "Coral
Reefs in a Changing World: Insights from Extremes". This issue will focus
on original research that explores the physiological, behavioral, and
ecological responses of reef biota (from individuals to assemblages) that
allow them to cope with highly variable and extreme reef environments. We
encourage submissions from researchers working on an array of extreme or
marginal reef habitats from geographic regions around the globe. Papers can
be submitted to this Special Issue anytime on or before 15 November, 2019,
with accepted papers published online as soon as they are finalized. All
papers will then be published together in mid-2020 as a single issue of
Coral Reefs.

If you are considering submitting a paper, we ask that you complete the
very brief 'Expression of Interest' link
<https://goo.gl/forms/ab2UzRfWIlg9MH7v2> so that we can provide periodic

Full details on the special issue, including a link to author guidelines,
is available at this link

Guest Editors for this special issue are John Burt of New York University
Abu Dhabi (United Arab Emirates), Emma Camp of University of Technology
Sydney (Australia), Ian Enochs of NOAA (USA), Jacob Johansen of Hawaii
Institute of Marine Biology (USA), Kyle Morgan of Nanyang Technological
University (Singapore), and Bernhard Riegl of Nova Southeastern University
(USA). Please contact John.Burt at nyu.edu with any queries, including the
term 'CR special issue' in the email subject line.

We look forward to your submissions!

The Editorial Team

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