AIMS, SCOPE AND ETHICS
TreeDimensional (TreeD) is an Open Access Journal in accordance with independent, unbiased and peer-review philosophy. TreeD aims an international reach, with continuous outlet as the scientific manuscripts are accepted.
The main target of our Journal encompasses Forestry Science, and going further, biomass measurements both at the tree growth framework as wood physical and chemistry characteristics. It will be considered submissions whether in production plantations or natural forests. Focusing consolidated technologies, or sensor-based technologies (eg. near-infrared, photosensitive and heat sensors); or by means of new geotechnologies shipped in drones and/or satellites. The scope also extends to the evaluation of these measures, to improve productive forest practices; to deal with climate change scenarios; forest tree breeding; nature conservation; among others.
We'd like to receive manuscripts related to the following (always related to ecosystems and/or trees):
Forest Mensuration and Management; Wood Science and Technology; Ecology; Statistics; Biometrics; Quantitative Methods; Remote Sensing; Geographic Information Systems; Forest Inventory; Environmental Politics; Forest Economy; Forest Tree Breeding; Transport Engineering; Tree Harvest Technologies; Bioproducts Engineering; Automation Engineering; or even related areas to the previous ones.
All original manuscripts submitted must have a solid scientific framework, such as having well-presented and easy-to-understand statistical analyzes of the data. On the other hand, if the manuscript is a Review one, the authors should strive for a robust meta-analysis procedure, as well invest in a vast works mining onto the presented scope area.
Publication Ethics. TreeDimensional (TreeD) is dedicated to upholding rigorous ethical and scientific standards throughout the publication process. We are committed to maintaining integrity and transparency in scientific communication, and as such, we adhere to explicit guidelines on publication ethics. Our guidelines encompass a strict prohibition on all forms of plagiarism, mandatory disclosure of relevant conflicts of interest by authors, the establishment of clear criteria for authorship and contribution, and the implementation of a rigorous and impartial peer-review process (Single anonymized - where authors are unaware of the identity of the reviewers). Furthermore, we have established procedures for retraction and error correction, ensuring the highest standards of accuracy and accountability. All content is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC-BY) license. Additionally, TreeD actively promotes adherence to ethical guidelines for research involving both human subjects and animals. These comprehensive guidelines aim to foster scientific integrity, enhance the reliability of research outcomes, and facilitate responsible dissemination of scientific knowledge.
TreeD implements a shared plagiarism verification process with corresponding authors. It is mandatory for the author to declare the originality of their article, without any copied parts (in whole or in part) from other published materials. We recommend using plagiarism detection tools such as Plagius , Check Plagiarism , Turnitin , iThenticate , Plagscan , and Crossref Similarity Check to assist in this verification.
Article sharing. TreeD allows authors to utilize the submitted version, accepted version (manuscript approved by the Editor), and published version (record version) for self-archiving (on the author's personal website) and/or archiving in an institutional repository (on a non-profit server). However, it is necessary to properly attribute the published source and provide a clear link to the article's URL on TreeD or the article's DOI.
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