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AGU Author Webinar: How to Publish Your Research

Wiley is pleased to present an AGU Author Webinar.

If you’re looking to publish with the American Geophysical Union, this webinar will help you on your way. Over the course of 60 minutes, AGU editorial experts will cover:
•The benefits of publishing with the AGU
•A roadmap to successful AGU journal submission
•Navigating the AGU peer review process
•AGU’s guide to publication ethics
•Plus your chance to ask questions

Register today to hear from:
Mary-Elena Carr, Editor, Global Biogeochemical Cycles
Brooks Hanson, Director of Publications, American Geophysical Union
Robert Pincus, Editor in Chief, Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems
Alan Robock, Editor, Reviews of Geophysics
Recorded Oct 9 2015 59 mins
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Mary-Elena Carr, Editor, GBC; Brooks Hanson, Director - Publications, AGU; Robert Pincus, EiC, JAME; Alan Robock, Editor, ROG
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