PLOS Currents Disasters is an innovative open-access publication for the rapid communication of new research results and operational analyses derived from the study or management of all types of disasters. Read more at the PLOS Medicine blog.
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PLOS Currents Disasters aims to minimize the delay between the generation and publication of new research results and operational analyses derived from the study or management of all types of disasters — natural or manmade, local, regional or global. The content is peer-reviewed, citable, publicly archived in PubMed Central, as well as being indexed in Scopus and […]
PLOS Currents is a publication channel that aims to address four facets of scholarly research communications: 1) Decrease publishing time with a streamlined review and production process. 2) Focus: Publish research within a focused research community. 3) Flexibility: Unlock rigid article formats to reflect diversity and broaden forms of research disseminated. 4) Revisions: Free the […]
All PLOS Currents articles are publicly archived in PubMed Central and indexed in Scopus and PubMed.