Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas

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Pays APC

Since 2008, the CSIC through its network of libraries is committed to making institutional research results open access. This commitment follows two main lines of action: the green path via its institutional repository DIGITAL.CSIC, and the implementation of a Support Programme for fully open access initiatives. We believe that open access publishing moves science forward and increases impact.

Keeping this goal in mind the ‘CSIC Library and Archives Network’ has made a pre-payment with PeerJ. It can be used by corresponding authors affiliated with CSIC to cover the APC in any of the PeerJ journals, once the paper has been accepted for publication.

Submit your article using your institutional @csic.es email address to ensure your institutional affiliation. After acceptance, each eligible CSIC corresponding author can apply for CSIC´s funds by filling out the open access fund application form. This form generates a request that is validated for the ‘CSIC Library and Archives Network’. All funded papers must include an acknowledgement of the grant that supported the research

More information on eligibility and applying for CSIC´s fund for PeerJ on this FAQ.

For other open access programs supported by CSIC Library and Archives Network, see http://bibliotecas.csic.es/publicacion-en-acceso-abierto or contact Mercedes Baquero (mbaquero@bib.csic.es).

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12 Peer-reviewed Articles

9 Preprints

Research Infrastructures offer capacity to address scientific questions never attempted before: Are all taxa equal?
2,008 views · 1,284 downloads
Elaborating more accurate high-resolution DEMs using SfM workflow
233 views · 182 downloads
Drastic effects of climate change on Mediterranean marine forests
527 views · 257 downloads
Restoring biodiversity in the Mediterranean coralligenous - the MERCES project
410 views · 196 downloads
Vulnerability of marine forests to temperature and UV radiation: effects on the recruits
309 views · 128 downloads
Novel, non-symbiotic isolates of Neorhizobium from a dryland agricultural soil
321 views · 208 downloads

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