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Re: Kentrosaurus sexual dimorphism and Tarbosaurus juvenile skull

JVP first goes to informaworld limited to subscribers. Only later does it
get to BioOne.

And the idea is to privilege the subscribers first.

On Sat, May 14, 2011 10:56 pm, Paul P wrote:
>> Yes, it's out, at least as regards
>> being online:
>> http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=g937434119
> Does anyone know if JVP (or perhaps journals in general) get
> posted to some sites, e.g. the one above, *before* being
> available on others, e.g., BioOne..? The latest [May] issue
> is NOT accessible here at UW yet. The "current issue" via
> BioOne (as of Sat evening) is the March issue:
> http://www.bioone.org/toc/vrpa/current
> So i am naturally curious:  is it a deliberate operation to
> sell a few extra electronic copies before allowing access to
> universities who have already subscribed..? Or, does BioOne
> suck..?

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