All reviewers must meet the requirements depicted below for Biological Diversity and Conservation journal. The referee must have a valid diploma in the field or a doctorate in the field of research.
The reviewer must be academically affiliated with a university, institution or must be an educator.
The reviewer must have at least 1 original research publication listed on his or her CV. The reviewer evaluates the article in 2-3 weeks. Reviewer has to log-in to the electronic submission system in 5 days after he or she received the e-mail and must inform the editorial board if they will review the manuscript or not by selecting one of the two options in the system (“I Accept” or “I Decline”). Reviewer task are no longer valid after 5 days since we suppose that you are unavailable to respond to this appeal. The reviewer must complete review within the proposed review duration provided in the invitation e-mail (10 or 20 day). There may be cases where the referee cannot complete the article for non-existent reasons; in this case, you should inform the editor. The referee must provide useful advice to the author for improvement of the article. His comments to the author should be constructive and professional. The referee must provide the editor with the appropriate perspective to decide on the acceptance/or revision of the manuscript. The referee must provide useful advice to the author for improvement of the article and his comments to the author should be constructive and professional.