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UC Santa Cruz

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The UCSC University Library has a strong interest in exploring and supporting a variety of open access projects. We believe that open access publishing moves science forward and increases impact. PeerJ's model is novel and exciting, and the University Library supports its research community by paying for the one-time cost of membership in PeerJ.

When a paper is accepted for publication in PeerJ, the University Library will pay the cost of a Basic Membership for each UC Santa Cruz author. The membership remains yours for life, even if you leave UCSC - see the FAQ for more info. When every author on a paper to be published by PeerJ has a Basic membership, then the publication charges for one article a year by those authors are covered.

We trust this membership will encourage UCSC authors to make their scholarship open and accessible. If you have questions regarding our support of PeerJ, or other open access initiatives supported by the University Library, please contact the Research Support Services Team at research@library.ucsc.edu

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16 Peer-reviewed Articles

10 Preprints

Habitat restoration opportunities, climatic niche contraction, and conservation biogeography in California's San Joaquin Desert
507 views · 310 downloads
Mechanisms of speciation in reptiles and amphibians: a synopsis
1,857 views · 1,974 downloads
Squeezing water from a stone: High-throughput sequencing from a 145-year old holotype resolves (barely) a cryptic species problem in flying lizards
526 views · 477 downloads
Resolving differences in observed impacts of invasive lionfish and clarifying advice to managers
883 views · 386 downloads
Ancient mitogenomes of Argentine Patagonia (6070-310 YBP) reveal the early contribution of lineages not previously found in South America
639 views · 177 downloads
Largest baleen whale mass mortality during strong El Niño event is likely related to harmful toxic algal bloom
1,596 views · 768 downloads

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