Geochemical Transactions Free Trial Period to End June 2 2004 Christine Orr 01 Jun 2004 20:14 UTC
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As we announced earlier this year, the American Institute of Physics is now the publisher of record of Geochemical Transactions (GT), the official publication of the Geochemistry Division of the American Chemical Society. In order to give researchers and librarians an opportunity to review the journal, AIP made GT freely available on the web for several months. This free trial period will end on June 2, 2004, at which point full-text access will only be available to paid subscribers.
Existing subscribers have been contacted by AIP's Circulation and Fulfillment Division. If you are a subscriber and have not received a renewal notice, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not already a subscriber, we hope that you have had the opportunity to review the content and scope of the journal, and will consider it for inclusion in your library's electronic holdings. The 2004 institutional subscription rate is US$100; there is no increase from 2003. Should you wish to begin a subscription, simply contact AIP at email@example.com or 1-800-344-6902.
Member subscriptions will continue to be handled by the Geochemistry Division of ACS.
Geochemical Transactions was originally launched in the spring of 2000 as a publishing partnership between the Geochemistry Division of ACS and the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). The publication has also received support from the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC), a research university and library sponsored organization that promotes increased competition in scholarly publishing. Geochemical Transactions has also been selected for inclusion in ISI.
This electronic-only rapid-publication journal covers research in all areas of chemistry relating to materials and processes occurring in the Earth's hydrosphere and geosphere.
The complete archive of articles is now available on the Scitation platform at http://gt.aip.org. New articles appear as they are ready for publication.
For more information please contact me directly, or visit the journal at http://gt.aip.org.
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