Journal of the North Altantic

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Publication charges ...

The Journal of the North Atlantic has a page charge of $20 per journal page to help defray a portion of the cost of producing the journal. There is no charge for color figures, since it is an online publication.

Consequences of changes in employment or affiliation need to be anticipated in a timely manner. Research sponsors, institutions, and authors understand that such contributions are routine and necessary to produce a high quality scientific journal that is published in a timely manner. Arrangements and a guarantee of payment are the personal responsibility of the authors.

Authors are provided a print-quality pdf version of their published article with permission to post the file on their personal and their institution’s website.

 

 



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We welcome your submitting a manuscript to the journal. Before doing so, please carefully consider the following guidelines.

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If you have any questions regarding manuscript preparation or submission, please contact joerg@eaglehill.us.

 

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Copyright policy

The Eagle Hill Institute reserves the copyright to articles and notes published in its journals. Any reproduction in print or electronic format, other than for an individual's own personal and private use, is prohibited without written permission from the Institute.

Green Access: Payment of the publication fee allows authors of articles published in the Journal of the North Atlantic to post a pdf reprint of their article on their own website or within the repository of their affiliated institution without any embargo period, as well as personally distribute copies to their colleagues for their research purposes, provided they do so along with a clear statement of the Institute's copyright policy as stated above.