Another example is SpringerLink. All of their archive titles are listed under the newest name. This leads to some peculiar volume and year numbering.
For a specific example look at Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. Volumes from Molecular and Chemical Neuropathology (1989-1998) are interfiled by volume number with Journal of Molecular Neuroscience.
Another example is Abdominal Imaging. Volumes from Gastrointestinal Radiology are interspersed through Abdominal Imaging.
All the currently English titles that started out in German are also in this category.
*********** REPLY SEPARATOR ***********
On 3/21/2008 at 10:49 AM Glasson, Patricia A wrote:
>Apologies for cross-posting.
>We know we've run across several examples of e-journals that appear on a
>provider's site under the latest title only, even though some issues in
>the archives were originally published under an earlier title.
>Conversely we've seen e-journals where one title is divided between 2
>URLs because part of the run is in the backfiles and the rest in current
>But now we've been asked to provide some examples on short notice, and
>we're scrambling to identify titles and websites where these kinds of
>problems can be seen.
>If you've encountered some of these titles/sites recently and can help
>us identify examples, it would be greatly appreciated.
>Serials Cataloging Specialist
D. Samuel Gottesman Library
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1300 Morris Park Ave
Bronx, NY 10461