fro m headquarters Earth Interactions Enters Its Second Volume Year wit h a Special Offer The Society's newest journal, Earth Interactions, unique capabilities available in an all-electronic jour- begins its second volume year this month and cel- nal. Information for contributors can be obtained at the ebrates the occasion by providing free access online Earth Interactions Web site or by contacting Melissa to all. While access to the full text of articles is nor- Weston, Publications Coordinator; telephone: 617- mally limited to subscribers, with nonsubscribers re- 227-2426, ext. 250; e-mail: email@example.com. stricted to viewing only the abstracts, the journal's Articles in Earth Interactions are published in articles can be viewed by everyone through the end SGML, PDF, and Postscript. The SGML version of the of February 1998. The journal can be accessed at http:/ articles provides the richest and most functional form /Earthlnterac tions. org. and requires an SGML Web viewer, such as SoftQuad Earth Interactions is a multidisciplinary journal Panorama. A copy of Panorama is provided free to all serving the earth system sciences that is delivered only subscribers, and a time-limited evaluation version is in electronic form via the Web. The all-electronic na- available at no charge from SoftQuad (links to the ture of the journal frees authors from the restrictions SoftQuad site can be made from the Earth Interactions of the printed page, and articles published during 1997 Web site). Panorama is currently available only for have shown some of the capabilities of the new jour- Windows platforms, although UNIX and Macintosh nal. All articles published to date make extensive use versions are under development and will be provided of color imagery, which is often prohibitively expen- to subscribers when both become available. The PDF sive in print journals. Among the articles currently and PostScript versions of articles provide an interim published are ones that provide animations, datasets viewing solution for those who are not using Windows supporting the results presented, and full model code platforms. in the form of Mathematica notebook, which can be Earth Interactions is copublished by the American used to replicate the simulations presented in the ar- Meteorological Society, the American Geophysical ticle. While all submissions covering research in the Union, and the Association of American Geographers. earth system sciences are welcome, it is hoped that In addition to the investments contributed by the authors submitting manuscripts to Earth Interactions copublishing societies, partial support is being pro- will be creative and seek to take advantage of the vided by NASA's Mission to Planet Earth. 199 7 Year-end Journal/Mef/ n Archive CD-ROM No w Available The AMS is now shipping the Journal /Bulletin with the Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is provided Archive CD-ROM to those who have previously or- with the CD-ROM. Full-text searching can be carried dered the set. out on the complete contents of each disc. The year-end CD-ROM set contains the complete The set is priced at $80 for AMS members, $40 for contents of the Society's seven print journals and Bul- student members, and $500 for nonmembers and in- letin articles for 1997. Members who ordered the CD- stitutions. The Journal/Bulletin Archive CD-ROM set ROM package from their dues statement or through will be on display in the Book and CD-ROM Exhibit an ad will receive the set shortly. at the 78th AMS Annual Meeting, 12-16 January 1998 This is the second year for the production of this in Phoenix, Arizona. Anyone interested in purchasing product. As with the 1996 CD-ROM set version, the the set may contact the AMS Membership Depart- journal and Bulletin articles are stored on a two-CD- ment; telephone: 617-227-2426, exts. 209, 214, 246; ROM set as Adobe Acrobat PDF files that can be read e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. • Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 97
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