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Publishing and Scholarly Communications: Author Services @ NCL

Research Services

The NOAA Central Library research team provides NOAA  programs with expert research support. Our services save you time and add value to your project by conducting thorough literature searches to support your work, whether it be for scientific research or making policy decisions. Our services and products are fully customizable and tailored to your needs. 

Please see our Research Services Guide or contact the NOAA Library Research Team at library.reference@noaa.gov.

Article Manuscript Remediation Services

For journal article manuscripts, the NOAA Central Library will perform your 508 remediation for you. Simply submit your journal article manuscript via our Remediation Request Form, and you are done!

Citation Analysis

Citation analysis helps assess the value and reach of published research through bibliometrics.  Some of the main uses of bibliometric analyses include:

  • Exploring trends in research to identify emerging areas of research and potential bibliography sources
  • Identifying top researchers and funding agencies to locate potential collaborators and grant sources
  • Evaluating the suitability and desirability of journals before submitting articles for publication

Our bibliometrics team utilizes tools such as h-index, citation counts, percentile rankings to help you determine the impact of your work or that of your office/program.  Some author analysis tools available to researchers include:

  • Web of Science
  • InCites
  • ORCiD
  • Google Scholar

Please visit our bibliometrics guide for more information or contact Sarah Davis (sarah.davis@noaa.gov) for assistance with any of these tools.

Additional Author Resources

In addition to the services and resources provided by the NOAA Central Library, there are a variety of other resources on a variety of topics related to scholarly writing and communciations.

Plain Language

Style Guides

NOAA Publications Group

The NOAA Central Library has created a Publications Group a place for everyone across NOAA to share questions, concerns, best practices, and new tools for creating, editing, submitting, and sharing publications.  This group is intended to be collaborative, with agenda items, presentations, and discussion topics coming from group members. All NOAA employees (federal or contract) are welcome to join. Meetings are on the second Wednesday, bi-monthly.  

For a more information or to join the group please email Jennifer Fagan-Fry.

Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs)

A digital object identifier, or DOI, is a persistent, unique alphanumeric identifier that provides a persistent link to an object (most commonly a document, article, or dataset).  The NCL assigns DOIs to all NOAA Technical Memorandum that are submitted to the NOAA IR and will mint a DOI for other eligible NOAA publications, produced after 2015, including: NOAA Professional Papers, NOAA Atlases, NOAA Technical Reports

If you would like to request a DOI for your publication you can do so using our DOI Request Form

Citation Management

The NOAA Central Library provides access to the citation management software EndNote for NOAA employees and contractors. Version x9 is available for download here. We hold quarterly EndNote training sessions and also offer training for offices and individuals. To schedule a training or assistance please email library.reference@noaa.gov.

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