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MarXiv Ambassador, Samantha Andrews, wrote a blog on how you can make your research paper "green open access" by self-archiving it in MarXiv.
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Unsure of preprint and postprint archiving policies for academic journals? We've compiled a policy list to help you determine if you can share your work in MarXiv.
Alessandro Saretta wrote an article detailing how services like MarXiv can be used to comply with the EU's Horizon 2020 open access mandate.

To date, MarXiv has saved ocean conservationists over $2.7 million in research access fees from 39,689 downloads on otherwise pay-walled papers.

If you want your research to be used for ocean conservation, those doing the conservation work must be able to read more than just the abstract of your research for free.

Publish your work behind a paywall? Put up a preprint, or just bury it in the ground. We're not joking. Free access to research really, really matters in ocean conservation. This is why: