Preparing a manuscript for submission to a scientific journal may be hard work for many scientists. Still, scientific writing is an essential step of the research process, because the form used to present the results is often as important as the results themselves. Writing a scientific paper is a skill that can be acquired with time, while becoming easier with practice. This short course will give early career scientists simple guidelines on writing about their work and increase the chance of publishing it.
Nadav Peleg, assistant professor at the University of Lausanne, is an editor in the Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (HESS) journal and Journal of Hydrology. He will recall some basic aspects of paper writing and will give practical tips on how to get started, how to structure the paper, and how to address reviewers' comments. - You are welcome to submit any questions for our speaker before the course by contacting the conveners.
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