We’re happy to announce that we launched the Environmental Science Research Network today.
We thought you’d like to have some general information on SSRN’s newest network.Environmental Science studies how the natural world works to understand how we as humans interact with the environment, and how we affect the environment.
The Environmental Science Research Network on SSRN is an open access preprint server that provides a venue for authors to showcase their research papers in our digital library, speeding up dissemination and providing the scholarly community access to groundbreaking working papers and early-stage research. SSRN provides the opportunity to share different outputs of research such as preliminary or exploratory investigations, book chapters, PhD dissertations, course and teaching materials, presentations, and posters, among others.
Scholars and researchers in environmental science analyze a wide variety of environmental problems and potential solutions, such as climate change and conservation. Practitioners help businesses follow regulations or improve their practices to limit their impact on the environment, advise government officials in writing policies, and assess the potential effects of development projects to prevent new environmental issues. SSRN helps environmental scientists discover the latest research in their own and other related areas of research including biology, chemistry, ecology, engineering, geology and sustainability, while providing a unique opportunity for researchers to submit early and novel work for review, feedback, and use by researchers within and beyond environmental science.
Environmental Science is one of the final areas in the Physical Sciences to cover, making this discipline almost complete. This is also an area of important research to the world providing insights into important topics that affect us all.