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These were wondering around in the Internet geology newsgroup, over a
period of days, and since I'd never seen them in this mailing list, I thought
I'd send them along for the FAQ and for general consumption. I hope they're
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> Subject: paleo journal subscriptions
>Interestingly The Journal of Paleontology is not very clear on how >to
>subscribe and no phone numbers are given in the magazine. The >inside of
>the front cover lists the Journal of Paleontology Subscription >Office, P.O.
>Box 1897, 810 East 10th Street, Lawrence, KS 66044-8897, as >the contact
>for subscriptions. Comunications about memberships and blanks >for
>nomination of members are to be directed to Secretary: Donald >Wolberg, The
>Paleontological Society, PO Box 803, Socorro, NM 87801. The >subscription
>price for members of The Paleontological Society is $59 per year >and for
>nonmembers is $99 per year. There have been some requests for >where to
call/write for subscriptions to
>the Journal of Paleontology. Since that one has been answered, >here are
>some other journals and where to get subscriptions:
>(The Palaeontological Association)
>Ordinary membership 28 British pounds/ $50 U.S.
>Contact: Dr. J.E. Francis
>Dept. Earth Sciences
>The University, Leeds
>_THE JOURNAL OF VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY_
>(The Society of Vertebrate Paleontology)
>(Society for Sedimentary Geology)
> P.O. Box 4756
> Tulsa, OK 74159-0756
>Mike asked how to subscribe to 'Palaeontology', the international >pal(a)eo
>jounal published 4 times a year by the Palaeontological >Association in
>Britain (affectionally known as the Pal. Ass.). I'm posting this in >case
>anyone else out there wants to know.
>All members of the Pal. Ass. get the journal free. If you want to >be a
>apply to the Membership Secretary, Dr. Mike Barker, Geology >Department,
>University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, England. ><BarkerMJ@cv.port.ac.uk>
>Ordinary Membership is 28 pounds or 50 US dollars; Full-time
>students can have student membership for 11.50 pounds or 20 >dollars.
>And if you have a checking account in US dollars then you can
>pay with a personal check. At those rates, you can't lose.
>Tim Palmer; Treasurer, Pal. Ass.
>'Probably the best palaeontology society in the world'
>prices, you can't lose