Bartonia: Instructions to Authors
Research papers communicate original research in plant ecology, plant conservation biology, plant systematics, and related topics. Other contributed papers convey the results of studies in floristics, distribution, methods, biography, bibliography, history of botanical exploration, and other topics of botanical interest. Short reports of one or two pages appear in "News and Notes." Other items include obituaries, book reviews, and field trip reports. The focus is on the mid-Atlantic region (Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, New York, Virginia, and West Virginia), but contributions of interest to Bartonia readers from farther afield are welcomed.Manuscript Style
Submission of a manuscript implies that it is not under consideration in a similar form elsewhere. Authors should electronically send the manuscript with all tables and figures to the Editor. Manuscripts with multiple authors should be accompanied by a clear designation of the corresponding author, to whom all communication from the Editor should be addressed.
The Editor will select at least two reviewers for each manuscript and, on the basis of the reviews, decide on suitability for publication in Bartonia. The Editor will return manuscripts judged to require modification, along with suggestions for revision, to the corresponding author. Manuscripts not accepted for publication will be returned to the corresponding author.
Authors who have been asked to resubmit a revised manuscript should make the requested revisions and provide a brief rationale in a letter to the Editor for any reviewers' comments not complied with. After a manuscript's final acceptance, authors will receive page proofs with a request to proofread and return them within 48 hours of their receipt. At this time, authors also will receive a price schedule and order form for offprints and a page cost donation form, to be returned with payment to the Philadelphia Botanical Club.
Editor in Chief
|Updated January 19, 2014.|