Monday, April 23, 2007
Jonathan Badger on another reason not to publish in non Open Access journals
Jonathan Badger on his blog has a good little blurb about how he cannot examine a recent piece of research because his institution does not have a subscription to the journal. So the authors lose a reader becuase they published in a non OA journal. Worth a little read for microbiologists since many may not have access to the journal Geology where the paper was published. But the paper was about a fossil that may have been of a fungus.
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