EDITORIAL The Editor is pleased to announce an important development in nematology publication. Nematologica and Fundamental and Applied Nematology are to be combined in a new journal entitled Nematology. The first issue of this new international journal will appear in February 1999, and publication of the two parent journals will end with the current volumes. Full details of the new journal are given elsewhere in this issue. It seems appropriate that this final issue of Nematologica should include an editorial comment. I was very proud to be asked in 1994 to become Editor, following the retirement of Professor Charles Taylor who had been successful in bringing the journal back to reasonable publication times. Although I had some doubts about my ability to follow him, I certainly did not expect to be the last Editor of this journal! But I am pleased to be writing this editorial to the last issue, because I con- sider that the best attributes of Nematologica will continue in the new journal, Nematology. There it will combine with the best of Fundamental and Applied Nematology to provide an exciting new journal, offering an even better service to authors and readers. It has become clear
Nematologica – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1998
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