Posted by: Loren Coleman on September 7th, 2011
Jeff Meldrum, Ph. D., has created a new journal.
The objective of the RHI is to promote research and provide a venue for the dissemination of scholarly peer-reviewed papers evaluating the possible existence and nature of relict hominoid species around the world.
A strictly on-line publication consists of a journal and biannual newsletter. The journal will contain primarily Research Articles with Commentary, as well as Letters & Responses, Brief Communications, Essays, News & Views, and Book Reviews. The webpage is hosted by the ISU server with the cooperation and assistance of Instructional Technology Resource Center (ITRC).
An editorial board, consisting of Ph.D.s or other-wise qualified professionals, is responsible for assisting with manuscript editing and reviewing in their respective area(s) of experience and expertise; assist in identifying willing, objective, and reputable outside reviewers and commentators; suggest appropriate topical areas to be addressed by the RHI journal and newsletter, and invite/solicit submissions to that end.
John Bindernagel, PhD
Courtenay, BC, Canada
Todd Disotell, PhD
New York University
New York, NY
Colin Groves, PhD
Australian National University
Walter Hartwig, PhD
Chris Loether, PhD
Idaho Sate University
Jeffrey McNeely, PhD
Chief Scientist IUCN – World Conservation Union
Atlantic City, WY
Anna Nekaris, PhD
Oxford Brooks University
Ian Redmond, PhD, OBE
Zhou Guoxing, PhD
Beijing Museum of Natural History
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