ZooKeys recognises 2023’s Most cited authors and Most active editors

11 January 2024

For the third year in a row, ZooKeys will recognise our most cited authors and most active editors in an annual award initiative. We are excited to acknowledge and support the work of the talented, dedicated people behind our journal’s success.

This year, we are giving vouchers for a free publication in ZooKeys to the three lead authors of the best cited papers published in 2020 and the three most active editors in 2023.

ZooKeys would like to distinguish the following authors:

Nizar Ibrahim for Geology and paleontology of the Upper Cretaceous Kem Kem Group of eastern Morocco (73 citations)
Jose Fernandez-Trianafor Annotated and illustrated world checklist of Microgastrinae parasitoid wasps (Hymenoptera, Braconidae)(46 citations)
Martin Wiemers for A complete time-calibrated multi-gene phylogeny of the European butterflies (41 citations)

and editors:

1.    Angelica Crottini (11 tasks)

2.    Miguel Alonso-Zarazaga (8 tasks)

3.    Robert Jadin (8 tasks)

“These awards are a great way to acknowledge the work of our subject editors and encourage authors with broad-ranging topics that have been cited well to submit more manuscripts to the journal,” said Torsten Dikow, who recently became Editor-in-Chief of ZooKeys.

We appreciate the contributions of every author, editor, and reviewer that we work with, and we are ever grateful to our readers.

Next year, ZooKeys will make sure to keep the tradition and award the most cited papers from 2021 and the most active editors from 2024.

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