The European Journal of Taxonomy is funded and published by a consortium of European natural history institutions, and is fully Open Access. Consequently, authors do not have to pay any fees to publish and readers do not have to pay to access the content of the journal.
All papers published in EJT are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (CC-BY) that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of its authorship and initial publication in this journal. Provided that they conform to the CC-BY License, readers are welcome to disseminate the content of the journal by several means: distributing electronic copies or printed versions of the pdf file, posting links to the journal’s content (current or archive), subscribing to receive issue alerts (see below), emailing friends and colleagues about an article (see below).
Publication frequency and issue alerts
Each paper is published as an individual issue, and is made available when the corresponding author has approved the edited version (after proofreading).
Readers can subscribe to receive “new issue” alerts. Subscription is free and only requires an email address.
You can also subscribe to the notifications via the RSS feeds (RSS 1.0, RSS 2.0 and Atom 1.0).
At the moment, papers published in European Journal of Taxonomy are available in two file formats, pdf and pdf/A. In the future, we aim to publish each paper, in two further formats, html and xml.
On each issue page, some useful article tools are available on the right sidebar:
- print this article: a pop-up window with a printer-friendly version of the page with metadata
- indexing metadata: a pop-up window containing relevant metadata
- how to cite item: a tool to get different output citation formats: ABNT, APA, BibTex, EndNote, Reference Manager…
- finding references: a tool to search Google Scholar or Windows Live Academic
- Review policy: a link to the peer-review policies of each section
On each issue page, you also have access to other search tools (right sidebar). The first one (Author’s work) is based on authors’ names. The other tools are based on the keywords of the paper.