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ERL board gathers in London

By Liz Kalaugher

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This Monday saw twelve members of the Environmental Research Letters (ERL) board meet up at the Institute of Physics in London to guide the journal’s future. A sister product to environmentalresearchweb, ERL is run by IOP Publishing and has provided open-access high-quality research articles from across the full range of environmental science since 2006.

Delegates came in person from the US, UK, India, Argentina, Norway and Guyana while ERL editor-in-chief Dan Kammen of the University of California, Berkeley, US, dialled in from the Rio+20 summit in Brazil, and Julie Hall of New Zealand’s National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research joined in from Wellington.

Pictured from left, Scott Goetz of Woods Hole Research Center, US, Chuixiang “Tree” Yi of City University of New York, US, ERL Publisher Guillaume Wright, Bridget Scanlon of University of Texas, Austin, US, Arpad Horvath of the University of California, Berkeley, N H “Ravi” Ravindranath of the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, Giles Harrison of the University of Reading, UK, Ian Colbeck of the University of Essex, UK, Geir Sverre Braut of the Norwegian Board of Health Supervision, Tim Smith, ERL Senior Publisher, Majid Ezzati of Imperial College London, Dan Rubenstein of Princeton University, US, Carolyn Stephens of Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina, and Isabella Bovolo of the University of Newcastle, UK, and Iwokrama International Centre for Rainforest Conservation & Development, Guyana.

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