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SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology
4111 S Darlington, Suite 100
Tulsa, OK 74135-6373
Phone: (918) 610-3361
USA: (800) 865-9765
Fax: (918) 621-1685

2014 Volume No. 29
Number Issues per year: 12
Frequency: Print - Bimonthly, Online - Continuous Publishing as article are ready
ISSN: 0883-1351
Months of Print Publication: Feb, Apr, June, Aug, Oct, Dec

2014 RATES:

Subscriptions are entered for the calendar year

U.S.A
Subscription Online with CD: $500.00
Include Print Option: $740.00

Other Countries:
Subscription Online with CD: $500.00
Include Print Option: $740.00      Postage Surcharge:   $120.00
Agent Discount: NONE

PALAIOS is a journal published by SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology devoted to the applications of paleontology in solving geologic problems, and is of interest to a broad spectrum of international geologists involved in stratigraphy, sedimentology, paleogeography, paleoecology, and paleobiology, as well as to paleontologic specialists. Contents feature several comprehensive articles, as well as numerous short papers, book reviews, relevant news items and announcements, invited editorials and provocative essays. The editors seek to provide the authors and readers with timely publication of significant research that stimulates new developments in applied paleontologic research.

PALAIOS Subscriber Benefits
PALAIOS offers:
Quality Content
PALAIOS is one of the oldest journals in this specific field, beginning in 1986
The PALAIOS review process is backed by a large review board with diverse expertise. PALAIOS rejects over 50% of submissions due to quality issues.

Quality Delivery
PALAIOS is hosted online at HighWire Press (HWP) of Stanford University, a premier science online vendor.
PALAIOS access includes articles from the year 2000 forward in full html and PDF formats. This includes more than 350 articles and over 4200 pages of online material.
PALAIOS access also includes the entire archives of PALAIOS articles from 1986 to 1999 in PDF format, with over 8,000 pages and over 700 articles.
PALAIOS content is fully indexed by GeoRef.
Toll Free Link - Online access at HWP includes a "Toll Free" link from the references within a PALAIOS article (from the year 2000 forward) directly and freely to any journal article that is also hosted at HWP, including all the journals in GeoScienceWorld (30+), whether your library subscribes to them or not. This feature removes barriers, allowing users to pursue their research with great efficiency.
PALAIOS's official copy of record is the online version, saving libraries the cost of shelf space and storage. Printed copies are still available for a surcharge.

Financial Value
SEPM is a non-profit scientific society publisher and makes every effort to keep costs low and quality high. It has no stock holders to pay.
PALAIOS will publish a minimum of 900 pages in 2013, a significant increase over past years.
The cost for all of these values versus the cost of its competitors makes PALAIOS a bargain at its 2008 subscription price.

Subscription Terms

The following information applies to both SEPM journals.

Print Option The official copy of record for each journal is the online version. All subscriptions include online access and a year-end CD. Subscribers must specifically request printed copies of the journals. There is an additional $215 for the print option.

Subscriptions are charged and supplied on a calendar year basis only. Please send your remittance with your order to assure speedy and accurate service. Subscriptions are only serviced after payment has been received and are not accepted for less than one year.

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No agency discounts will be allowed. When billing your client, add your agency fee to the quoted subscription price. Payments for less than the quoted price will not be accepted.

Surface mail within the United States is included in the quoted subscription price. There is a $120.00 postage surcharge to cover the additional postage outside of the U.S.A.

Nonreceipt claims must be sent to the address shown below within three (3) months [four (4) months outside of the U.S.A.] of the date of publication in order to be filled without charge.

Change of address notices should be sent to the address shown below. Please give the subscriber’s name, old address, new address, and the date the change is to be made, otherwise the change will be made immediately upon receipt. Any correspondence should carry the subscriber’s SEPM account number which appears on the address label.

The SEPM Federal Tax ID Number is 73-0596140.

Editorial Office: Manuscripts prepared in accordance with the "Instructions to Authors", as well as all communications of purely editorial matters, should be addressed to the editor at the address listed on the journal webpage.

Membership Information: Information on SEPM membership can be obtained by writing the SEPM Business Office or by visiting the Society's website, www.sepm.org.

Abstracts: SEPM publications are abstracted in GeoRef, Petroleum Abstracts, Ulrich’s International Periodicals Directory, BIOSIS, Scopus and ISI.

Back Issues: a few volumes of PALAIOS, the Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, and the Journal of Sedimentary Research are available from the Business Office. Contact the Business Office at the address below for price and availability.

For additional information contact:
SEPM Society for Sedimentary Geology
4111 S Darlington, Suite 100
Tulsa, OK 74135-6373
U.S.A.

Phone: (918) 610-3361
U.S.A.: (800) 865-9765
Fax: (918) 621-1685
www.sepm.org


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