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How to Get Paleontology PDFs [was RE: Pdfs of JVP]

Michael (and other DML'ers),

As a practice of first resort, I would suggest writing the authors to get a 
PDF. I can assure you that it is quite flattering for most authors to get these 
sorts of requests (and I certainly know that folks like Josh Matthews would be 
thrilled to provide a PDF)! Or, if you anticipate a continuing interest in 
JVP's articles, join the society. It's really not that expensive for even an 
associate membership ($50/year), and this provides access to *all* digital 
archives of the journal! Plus, you get the satisfaction of helping out with a 
great cause.

The issue of finding scientific papers has also been covered on my blog (The 
Open Source Paleontologist):


as well as Dave Hone's blog (Dave Hone's Archosaur Musings):

This is not intended to target you in particular, but as a gentle suggestion 
for the list in general.


> Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2009 17:04:05 +0200
> From: Michael.Lange@gmx.ch
> To: dinosaur@usc.edu
> Subject: Pdfs of JVP
> Dear list,
> I'am looking for pdfs of these papers from JVP

> If someone can send me a copy, I would much appriciate that,
> many thanks in advance,
> Michael
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