ARPHA-BioDiv: A toolbox for scholarly publication and dissemination of biodiversity data based on the ARPHA Publishing Platform

@article{Penev2017ARPHABioDivAT,
  title={ARPHA-BioDiv: A toolbox for scholarly publication and dissemination of biodiversity data based on the ARPHA Publishing Platform},
  author={Lyubomir Penev and Teodor Georgiev and Peter Geshev and Seyhan Demirov and Viktor Senderov and Iliyana Kuzmova and Iva S. Kostadinova and Slavena Peneva and Pavel Stoev},
  journal={Research Ideas and Outcomes},
  year={2017},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-27}
}
The ARPHA-BioDiv Тoolbox for Scholarly Publishing and Dissemination of Biodiversity Data is a set of standards, guidelines, recommendations, tools, workflows, journals and services, based on the ARPHA Publishing Platform of Pensoft, designed to ease scholarly publishing of biodiversity and biodiversity-related data that are of primary interest to EU BON and GEO BON networks. ARPHA-BioDiv is based on the infrastructure, knowledge and exeprience gathered in the years-long research, development… Expand
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