University of Amsterdam
University of Amsterdam

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The Library of the University of Amsterdam has pre-purchased PeerJ Publication Plans for UvA faculty.

The Library of the University of Amsterdam believes that the dissemination of knowledge is essential for the progress of scientific research. It is in the interest of the scientific community that research results are made freely available to everyone. By 'open access' publishing of research results, i.e. freely accessible to all, the dissemination of knowledge becomes much more efficient.

In order to provide UvA researchers with opportunities to publish in open access the University Library has decided to support this innovative and promising PeerJ initiative.

When a UvA author needs a PeerJ Publication Plan (either before or after Acceptance) the University will automatically pay the cost of a Basic Publication Plan. A Basic Publication Plan will cover the processing charges on your first publication, and will allow you to publish one PeerJ article every year at no additional cost. The publication plan remains yours for life.

If you have questions regarding our support of PeerJ, or other open access initiatives supported by the Library of the University of Amsterdam, please contact the open access team (

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19 Peer-reviewed Articles

9 Preprints

Exploring the occurrence of and explanations for nighttime spikes in dissolved oxygen across coral reef environments
370 views · 65 downloads
A Science gateway for biodiversity and climate change research
71 views · 13 downloads
DOC concentrations across a depth gradient on a Caribbean coral reef
287 views · 71 downloads
Rosemary: a flexible programming framework to build Science Gateways
191 views · 47 downloads
Competitive interactions between corals and turf algae depend on coral colony form
167 views · 78 downloads
Incorporation of an invasive plant into a native insect herbivore food web
295 views · 133 downloads

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