Author Erle Ellis tells us about his experience publishing with Elementa

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“My experience with this journal has been remarkable: among the best I have ever had.”

Co-author of Dating the Anthropocene: Towards an empirical global history of human transformation of the terrestrial biosphere Erle C. Ellis, tells us about his experience publishing with Elementa:

“The Anthropocene demands new ways of observing, understanding and communicating.  To meet this demand, Elementa presents a new venue for highly efficient open-access publication- and raises the bar for Anthropocene communication.  My experience with this journal has been remarkable: among the best I have ever had. Manuscript production, review, proofing and publication processes moved swiftly, efficiently and effectively- and reached a broad audience immediately.  Elementa demonstrates what is possible when a highly talented and  motivated cohort of editors and reviewers are brought together with a great open-access publication platform.  For those engaged in work that demands the attention of those concerned with the Anthropocene – and that should be most of us – I give Elementa my highest recommendation.”

Ellis’ article was covered in David Biello’s piece in Scientific American How Long Have Humans Dominated the Planet?