[Annelida] Eunice norvegica in an odd place
Güley KURT SAHIN
(by guleykurt from mail.ege.edu.tr)
Fri Dec 26 13:40:19 EST 2008
I am from Ege University, Turkey and studying on taxonomy and ecology of
Polychaeta distributed along the Turkish coast. My phd thesis is taxonomical
and ecological features of Eunicidae distributed along the Turkish coast of
Levantine Sea and my supervisor is Melih Ertan Çinar. Unfortunately, I read
your mails about Eunice norvegica from the gill of horse mackerel (!), and I
need to write something about it. Yes, I disappointed when I saw this paper.
I agree with all comments, it is really poor and bad work. We don't know
anything about "the paper" in question. How did they determine the parasite
as E. norvegica?? Also we don't know the authors and they didn't ask for
help for identification or confirmation. I wrote something to the editor of
the journal. If he will response to me, I will share with you. I'm very
sorry as a Turkish scientist studying on polychaetes and I hope it will not
Best wishes from Turkey!
Güley KURT SAHIN
Güley KURT SAHIN
Faculty of Fisheries
Department of Hydrobiology
Section of Marine Biology
35100 Bornova Izmir, TURKEY
----- Original Message -----
From: "Geoff Read" <gread from actrix.gen.nz>
To: "Annelida list" <annelida from magpie.bio.indiana.edu>
Sent: Monday, December 22, 2008 9:48 PM
Subject: Re: [Annelida] Eunice norvegica in an odd place
> Hi all,
> As a postscript I can report I followed Maria Cristina's advice and wrote
> to the editor of the "International Journal of Natural and Engineering
> Sciences", whose contributors nevertheless all appear to be Turkish,
> published by Nobel Publishing, self-described as "one of the largest
> publishers in Turkey", aspiring to "serve mankind by publishing knowledge"
> There was no response to my complaint and offer of help with reviewers. If
> this journal wishes to improve its standards to get out of the gutter
> press zone and become of good reputation, it isn't doing too well at the
>>>> On 12/12/2008 at 1:34 a.m., Maria Cristina Gambi <gambimc from szn.it>
>> Hi Jeff, in my opinion you are right...., and not only because of the
>> place" of this record....
>> I could only suggest to write to the Editor of the Journal....stressing
>> poor science of this contribution... in such case, I would consider the
>> Editor as responsible as the Authors...who revised this piece of work?
>> surely NO a polychaete specialist of any kind...
> Geoffrey B. Read, Ph.D.
> Wellington, NEW ZEALAND
> gread from actrix.gen.nz
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