In “Prepublication Communication of Research Results”, Adams et al. (2018) outline the importance of timeliness in providing scientific results with consequential implications for wildlife management to responsible government agencies. The authors discuss various impediments to sharing of scientific results and provide well-reasoned arguments why scientists should not fear that sharing these results with wildlife management agencies will preclude their ability to subsequently publish this information in the peer-reviewed literature.
|Title||Response to “Prepublication communication of research results”: The need for a coordinated wildlife disease surveillance laboratory network|
|Authors||Jonathan M. Sleeman, David S. Blehert, Katherine L. D. Richgels, C. LeAnn White|
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Record Source||USGS Publications Warehouse|
|USGS Organization||National Wildlife Health Center|