Academia is an online platform committed to sharing academic work. It is used by academics from nearly 17,000 universities, and its database includes 22 million papers. Thirty-one million academics, professionals, and students read papers on Academia each month.
Academia publishes peer-reviewed papers using a relatively rapid and transparent process for review and publication in Academia Letters. I was asked to write a paper for this publication in late November 2020. I submitted a paper on 3 December 2020 titled, “Rapid Loss of Habitat for Homo sapiens.” The paper was accepted by 3 reviewers on 20 March 2021, contingent upon my making relatively minor revisions.
I submitted a revised version of the manuscript on 21 March 2021. This revised manuscript was accepted for publication on 1 April 2021. “Rapid Loss of Habitat for Homo sapiens” was published as Letter 498 on 1 April 2021, and can be read here. Alternatively, Academia Letters Rapid_Loss_of_Habitat_for_Homo_sapiens>click here for the pdf.
I inadvertently excluded a citation from the References section. The paper by Strona and Bradshaw is linked here.
I have earned no money, nor will I earn money, for this article. I explained the process of peer review in this space nearly three years ago.
Latest Peer-Reviewed Paper:
McPherson, Guy. 2021. Rapid Loss of Habitat for Homo sapiens. Academia Letters Number 498, 1 April 2021.
McPherson, Guy R. 2020. Academic Pursuits. Woodthrush Productions, New York.
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