Biodiversity Information Science and Standards  (BISS) is an innovative open access journal publishing abstracts related to biodiversity standards, methods, guidelines, models and applications in biodiversity informatics submitted to Biodiversity Information Standards (BISS) for presentation at annual meetings.

The journal also publishes conventional research articles. They will only be considered if they illustrate the development or application of new methods and approaches in biodiversity informatics in the form of case studies.

Biodiversity Information Science and Standards is published on the ARPHA journal publishing platform, which is the first workflow to support the full life cycle of a manuscript, from writing through submission, peer review, publication and dissemination within a single online collaborative platform.

ISSN 2535-0897 (online)
Publication types: Methods, Standards, Guidelines, Case Studies, Software Description, Forum Paper, Editorial, Correspondence, Conference Abstract, Research Poster, Research Presentation, Data Review, Software Review
Indexed: Google Scholar
Archived: CLOCKSS and Zenodo
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