The journal Archives of Agriculture and Environmental Science (AAES) is an official publication of Agriculture and Environmental Science Academy (AESA). The journal is committed to publish original material and innovative i.e., material that has neither been published elsewhere, nor is it under consideration for publication by another publisher. The Agriculture and Environmental Science Academy ethics committee as Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) is an independent committee that is responsible for supporting the editors in resolving problems like plagiarism issues, corrections, retractions, withdrawals and any other issues that infringes on the editorial and publication policy of AAES. The journal Archives of Agriculture and Environmental Science is following Zero Tolerance Policy on Plagiarism. According to the plagiarism policy, the core work (abstract, summary, hypothesis, observations, results, conclusions and recommendations) of the submitted manuscripts should always be plagiarism free and must be covered by Zero Tolerance Policy on Plagiarism. While for all other non-core (introduction, discussion of results) sections of the manuscripts, plagiarism should not be more than 10%. Therefore, the authors are requested to follow Zero Tolerance Policy on plagiarism strictly and always submit original and plagiarism free work to the journal Archives of Agriculture and Environmental Science for publication. For more details please read the Publication Ethics and best Practice Guidelines (http://www.aesacademy.org/the-journal/publication-ethics-guidelines/).
The journal Archives of Agriculture and Environmental Science is a peer reviewed international journal and publishes original articles reviewed by the Editorial Board and potential reviewers of the journal. The peer review is an assessment of the work by one or a group of the people in the similar field, expertise, and competence. It’s a process of scrutinizing of the activity by the relevant field and profession in which the activity occurs. The peer review methods are adopted to maintain, increase and sustain quality, performance, and credibility of the publication. This process encourages authors to meet the accepted standards of discipline. This process of reviewing system helps in reducing unwarranted claims, interpretations, spreading of irrelevant findings and views. All the manuscripts submitted to the journal are subjected to peer review by the members of the editorial board or qualified reviewers by the use of single blind peer review system. For more details kindly see the guidelines for the reviewers (http://www.aesacademy.org/guidelines-for-reviewers/).
- About the CrossMark
CrossMark is a multi-publisher initiative to provide a standard way for readers to locate the authoritative version of an article or other published content. By using the CrossMark logo, AESA is committing to maintaining the content it publishes and to alerting readers to changes if and when they occur. Clicking to the CrossMark logo on a document will tell you its current status and may also give you additional publication-record information about the document. The AESA is proud to be a member of CrossRef and powered by for plagiarism check of the submitted manuscripts. For more information on CrossMark, please visit https://www.crossref.org/services/crossmark/. The AESA content that will have the CrossMark logo is restricted to current and future journal content and is limited to specific publication types. For more details kindly see the author guidelines (http://www.aesacademy.org/the-journal/guidelines-for-authors/) and editorial and publication policy (http://www.aesacademy.org/the-board/editorial-and-publication-policy/).
- How the CrossMark works?
The CrossMark provides the current status of the articles to the readers. It also provides the additional information such as information of authors, OICIDs ID of the authors (If any), funding information of the research, and most importantly it provides an extra level of authenticity to the published work. Although, we are trying to publish the perfect research materials but sometimes corrections are required. For any corrections please see the correction policy of the journal. If a correction has been required in the published articles and this will be noted in the CrossMark information.