Paleonet: Invitation to Publish

Paula M Mikkelsen pmm37 at cornell.edu
Tue Aug 24 12:15:03 GMT 2010


Dear Colleagues -

*Palaeontographica
Americana*<http://www.museumoftheearth.org/publications/booklist.php?catID=71>(ISSN
0078-8546), begun in 1916, is Paleontological Research Institution's
occasional monographic series. ** It is similar in scope and high-quality
format to PRI's subscription monographic series, *Bulletins of American
Paleontology*, but is reserved for contributions for which full funding is
provided by the author(s) and/or their institution(s), thus substantially
reducing the waiting time between submission and publication. In scope, PA
seeks longer monographs in paleontology or in neontological subjects that
impact paleontology (see Information for
Authors<http://www.museumoftheearth.org/publications/bookstore.php?page=Info_Authors>).
PA goes to over 200 libraries worldwide and has recently been revitalized,
with recent issues
61<http://www.museumoftheearth.org/publications/pubdetails.php?pubID=196&back=catID%3D71%26buy%3D2>,
62<http://www.museumoftheearth.org/publications/pubdetails.php?pubID=300&back=catID%3D71%26buy%3D2>,
and 63<http://www.museumoftheearth.org/publications/pubdetails.php?pubID=558&back=catID%3D71%26buy%3D2>after
a long hiatus. Therefore, we are most interested in keeping the trend
going. Recent issues have been symposia volumes, with funds raised as part
of registration and grant monies. Please consider PA as an outlet for your
next major contribution, and contact me <pmm37 at cornell.edu> for estimates or
other details.

Paula Mikkelsen, Editor

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Paula M. Mikkelsen, Ph.D.
Associate Director for Science
and Director of Publications
Paleontological Research Institution
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Ithaca, NY 14850
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Fax (607) 273-6620
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