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Limnological Review

The Journal of Polish Limnological Society

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    ISSN
    2300-7575
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    Overview

    Limnological Review (LR) is a quarterly published by the Polish Limnological Society and provides an open, extensive, and important forum for the publication of original, peer-reviewed contributions in various disciplines of aquatic science. Several categories of contributions are published in the journal including research and review papers, reports and announcements. LR is devoted, but not limited, to the study of inland, both natural and manmade, water bodies. The goal of the journal is to keep records of the state-of-the-art studies of aquatic ecosystems and to promote limnology. The scope of the journal covers all aspects of freshwater environment studies, from lakes and rivers to wetlands, from physical and chemical to biological limnology. It encompasses field-based, experimental, as well as theoretical research, with particular emphasis on:

    • Physical Geography,
    • Limnology,
    • Paleolimnology,
    • Hydrology,
    • Ecohydrology,
    • Sedimentology,
    • Environmental engineering,
    • Geoinformatics (GIS).

    Aims and Scope

    Why subscribe and read

    An excellent source of outstanding interdisciplinary original papers on limnology
    A forum for the dissemination of research data on various fields of aquatic science
    A wide range of freshwater environment studies
    A forum for exchange of the ideas between researchers from different countries
    High quality research from different regions of Central and Eastern Europe
    Good publishing quality

    Why submit

    Publication in Limnological Review is free of charge
    Quarterly journal with all contributionspublished in English
    Extensive promotion of each published article through immediate world-wide accessibility
    Constructive peer review by experts from various fields of limnology
    Available in print and electronic formats

    Rejection Rate

    • 30-35%

    Details

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    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Journal

    Submission of Manuscripts

    Instructions for Authors

    General Information

    Limnological Review (abbr.Limnol.Rev.) is a scientific journal published by the Polish Limnological Society. The journal publishes original research papers, short communications and review articles. Limnological Review is devoted, but not limited to, the study of inland, both natural and manmade, water bodies. The scope of the journal covers all aspects of freshwater environment studies, from lakes and rivers to wetlands, from physical and chemical to biological limnology. The journal is peer-reviewed and is published quarterly in paper and electronic versions. The language of the journal is English. All manuscripts are reviewed by Editors and independent experts. Based on the referees' recommendations, the Editors make a decision on whether to accept or to reject a contribution.

    Manuscript Submission

    Manuscripts delivered for publication in Limnological Review should contain absolutely original works. This condition does not apply to review articles. The corresponding author must verify that the manuscript has not been previously reported or published, and is not under consideration elsewhere while under review by the Limnol.Rev. If the manuscript is a revised version of the manuscript previously rejected by Limnological Review the author(s) must inform the Editor about the previous submission in the cover letter and explain the changes that have been made.

    Submission of a manuscript implies that it has been read and approved by all co-authors and authors assigned exclusive copyrights to the Polish Limnological Society if and when the manuscript is accepted for publication.

    The manuscripts should be correctly written in a clear, easy to understand manner,and they should contain all essential features of a complete scientific paper (see detailed instructions for authors). Attention to detail of the language will avoid severe misunderstandings which might lead to a rejection of the paper, so authors who are not native-speakers of English can be provided with help in rewriting their contribution in correct English.

    One paper copy of the manuscript and its electronic version along with an attached cover letter and Submission Form should be delivered directly to the Editorial Office (address information below). Electronic and printed versions must be identical. Delivering of the manuscripts only in electronic format, submitted via email to the Editorial Office (geodb@univ.gda.pl), is also allowed. The cover letter should contain all important details about the submission such as: submitter’s full name, the full and short title of the article, full list of authors, status of the article (whether it is a new submission or a corrected version), contact address, number of attached files, details of any previous or concurrent submission, recommendations of reviewers for the Editor, as well as any other relevant information.

    Editorial Office
    Limnological Review
    ul. Bażyńskiego 4 p. 321B
    80-952 Gdańsk
    Poland

    Peer Review Process

    The Editors of Limnological Review seek advice from experts in the appropriate discipline of the aquatic sciences. All research papers and review articles are judged by two independent reviewers (Double-blind peer review). In the case of serious differences between these opinions, further reviewers may be asked for advice.

    Authors may propose persons competent to review their manuscript. However, this will be treated only as a suggestion, and the final selection of the reviewers is exclusively the Editor's decision.

    A submission may be declined by the Managing Editor without review, if deemed inappropriate for reasons other than scientific merit. Please note, that manuscripts that do not conform to the general criteria for publication will be returned immediately without detailed review.

    Revised Manuscript Submission

    When revision of a manuscript is requisited, authors should return the revised version of their manuscript within 2 months. If this deadline is not met, and no arrangements for completion have been made with the Managing Editor, the manuscript will be rejected and treated as a new one. If the revision is complete the Editor-in-Chief makes an ultimate decision about acceptance of the manuscript. Next, the manuscript is sent to the language proofreading, and only printer’s errors can be corrected and references updated after this stage.

    On-line Service

    All manuscripts accepted for publication will be posted on-line in the Versita platform as soon as they are ready for publication. Once a manuscript appears on the Web site it is considered as published.

    Protection policy against plagiarism, ghostwriting and guest authorship

    The Editors of Limnological Review consider the plagiarism, ghostwriting and guest autorship as indication of scientific misconduct and dishonesty. In order to prevent such practices the authors of manuscripts are obliged to:

    1. Disclose contribution of each author to preparation of a manuscript (with a list of their affiliations) in detail, provide information on who is the author of concept, premises, methods, etc. used in their paper. Main responsibility to disclose full information remains on author submitting manuscript;
    2. Disclose information on sources of financing of their research projects and financial contributions of research institutions or scientific associations.

    The authors of research papers are obliged to disclose financial obligations between them and the company whose product is described in the manuscript or a rival company. This information will remain confidential and will not affect the decision to publish the manuscript.
    All detected and documented cases of scientific misconduct will be reported to the adequate institutions (employers, scientific societies, scientific editors associations, etc.). Based on the decision of the reviewers and the thematic editors, the authors involved in dishonest scientific practices will be excluded from the future possibility of publication in Limnological Review.

    Useful definitions:

    Ghostwriting is a situation where a person contributes significantly to a publication and is not disclosed as one of the authors or named in the acknowledgments.

    Guest authorship (honorary authorship) is a situation where an author's contribution is insignificant or non existent and he is still listed as co-author of a publication.

    Plagiarism is the situation where significant parts of another author's publication are presented as one own's original work. Self-plagiarism is also considered as a wrong scientific practice, and means the reuse of significant (more than 10%), identical, or nearly identical portions of one's own work without acknowledging that one is doing so or without citing the original work. When scientific work already published in another language is offered for publication, the original publication should be mentioned.

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    Editorial Information

    Editor-in-Chief
    Dariusz Borowiak, Department of Limnology, University of Gdańsk, Poland

    Deputy/Managing Editor
    Dariusz Borowiak, Department of Limnology, University of Gdańsk, Poland 

    Associate/Subject Editors
    Life Sciences/Paleoecology
    Kazimierz Tobolski, Department of Biogeography and Palaeoecology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
    Krystyna Milecka, Department of Biogeography and Palaeoecology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

    Geosciences
    Włodzimierz Marszelewski, Department of Hydrology and Water Management,  Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

    Hydrochemistry
    Jacek Kubiak, Department of Hydrochemistry and Water protection, West Pomeranian University of Technology, Poland

    Environmental Engineering
    Helena Gawrońska, Department of Environmental Protection Engineering, University of Warmia and Mazury, Poland
    Ryszard Wiśniewski, Laboratory of Applied Hydrobiology, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

    Paleolimnology/Paleogeography
    Grzegorz Kowalewski, Department of Biogeography and Palaeoecology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
    Krystyna Milecka, Department of Biogeography and Palaeoecology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland 

    Editorial Advisory Board
    Ayman Batisha, Arab Sustainability Academy, Egypt
    Adam Choiński, Department of Hydrology and Water Management, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
    Andrzej T. Jankowski, Department of Physical Geography, University of Silesia, Poland
    Kyoung Ho Kang, Department of Aquaculture, Chonnam National University, Republic of Korea
    Kęstutis Kilkus,Department of Hydrology and Climatology, Vilnius University, Lithuania
    Rita Linkevičienė, Institute of Geology and Geography, Nature Research Center, Lithuania
    Zdzisław Michalczyk, Department of Hydrology, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Poland
    Mikhail Naumenko, Institute of Limnology, Russian Academy of Science, Russia
    Irena Smolová, Department of Geography, Palacký University of Olomouc, Czech Republic
    Bogusław Zdanowski, Department of Hydrobiology, Inland Fisheries Institute, Poland 

    Language Editor
    Hazel Pearson, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland 

    Statistical Editor
    Piotr Grzybowski, University of Gdańsk, Poland 

    Technical Editors
    Dariusz Borowiak, Department of Limnology, University of Gdańsk, Poland
    Grzegorz Kowalewski, Department of Biogeography and Palaeoecology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

    Contact
    Limnological Review (Editorial Office)
    University of Gdańsk, Department of Limnology
    Bażyńskiego 4, 80-952 Gdańsk, Poland
    Tel. 58 523 65 21
    E-mail: geodb@univ.gda.pl

    Polish Limnological Society
    Gagarina 9/274, 87-100 Toruń, Poland
    Tel. 56 611 26 12
    E-mail: marszel@umk.pl
    http://www.ptlim.pl

    Publisher
    De Gruyter Open
    Bogumiła Zuga 32 A
    01-811 Warsaw, Poland

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