Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology
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Manuscripts containing analytical data from the field must contain quality assurance and quality control procedures and results.
The Bulletin is a peer-reviewed journal. Authors are expected to recommend the names of two reviewers not affiliated with the authors` institution or company. In the interest of rapid publication, review comments are returned to authors on the manuscript itself. Scientific quality and clarity are paramount.
Articles suitable for inclusion in the Bulletin should be short: complete manuscripts (including figures, tables and references) must not exceed 8 pages. For direct reproduction by a photomechanical process, all manuscripts must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the instructions printed in the latest issue.
Articles will be free from restrictions imposed by purely archival journals, particularly with respect to completeness of the reported studies and the attendant delay in publication.
Current research will be presented as clear, concise reports to provide information potentially useful to all those concerned with environmental contamination and toxicology.
Manuscripts on methods that are simply repeats of older methods with a different substrate will be considered based on merit. However, manuscripts presenting analytical techniques on compounds for which analytical techniques have been standarized and for which copious data are available will not be considered for publication. New methods, procedures or techniques must be sufficiently detailed to permit their use in other laboratories.
The Editors hope that the Bulletin will provide a meeting ground for research workers who daily encounter problems related to the contamination of our environment and who welcome opportunities to share in new discoveries as soon as they are made.
Short research papers presenting a variation, extension, or confirmation of topics which have already been extensively studied or are not considered to be of immediate interest to readers, will be returned. The Bulletin will not accept a series of short papers on the same or closely related topics. Review articles, abstracts, and archival papers will not be accepted for publication. Authors of archival articles should contact Daniel R. Doerge, Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 7719 12th Street, Paron AR, 72122-9557, USA. Authors of review articles should contact George W. Ware, Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, College of Agriculture, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721, USA. Author Instructions may be obtained from the appropriate Editor.
Worldwide concern in scientific, industrial, and governmental communities over traces of toxic chemicals in foodstuffs, and in both abiotic and biotic environments, has justified the international triumvirate of Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, and Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology.
Herbert N. Nigg, Ph.D.
University of Florida
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Lake Alfred, FL 33850, USA
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