Peer Review Process
Journal of Biotropical Research and Nature Technology (abbreviated as J. Borneo) is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal. Every paper submitted to the Journal of Biotropical Research and Nature Technology (J. Borneo) for publication is subject to peer review. The peer review in this journal is an evaluation of the submitted paper by two or more individuals of similar competence to the author. It aims to determine the academic paper's suitability for publication. The peer-review method is employed to maintain standards of quality and provide credibility of the papers. The peer review at Journal of Biotropical Research and Nature Technology (J. Borneo) proceeds in 9 steps with the description as follows.
The handling editor sends invitations to individuals who he or she believes would be an appropriate reviewer (also known as referees) based on expertise, the closeness of research interest, and no conflict of interest consideration. The impartiality is also maintained by the double-blind peer review employed in this journal. That said, the reviewer does not know the author's identity, conversely, the author does not know the reviewer's identity. The paper is sent to reviewers anonymously.