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Updates regarding the Pachyderm journal, its staff, contributors, and their research.
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Pachyderm update: January 2021
Welcome to the new Pachyderm home page.
The Editorial Board is pleased to announce to our readership that the next issue of Pachyderm, Vol. 62 has commenced production. If you are currently writing your MSc or PhD in relevant pachyderm fields, we invite you to consider publishing with us.
If you are interested in being a reviewer, please register on http://pachydermjournal.org and also let Kees Rookmaaker (email@example.com), Lydia Tiller (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Suzannah Goss (email@example.com) know that you are interested in helping out. Your efforts really do contribute to keeping Pachyderm in high demand. Elephant related material to both Lydia and Suzannah, and rhino related material to Kees.
All past issues of Pachyderm remain accessible to the public in the Archive section.Read more about Research, management, Field Notes, Reviews