New Publications and Other Changes for 2012
Subscription prices established for Biomicrofluidics and Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy
Biomicrofluidics and Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, previously accessible free of charge, are available only by subscription in 2012.
AIP Complete now includes access to three additional AIP journals
The AIP Complete package gets a boost with the addition of online access to three more journals in 2012. These include AIP’s Biomicrofluidics, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, and Journal of Laser Applications, published in partnership with the Laser Institute of America.
Physics Today extends online access back to 1999
In 2012, access to Physics Today will be available back to 1999 with a regular subscription. In previous years, a fiveyear backfile was provided. An extended backfile with access back to Volume 1 (1948) is also available.
Three AIP titles now have tiered pricing
AIP’s flagship magazine, Physics Today, and two AIP journals, Biomicrofluidics and Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, will have tiered pricing for the first time in 2012.
Extended backfiles for three AIP publications
In 2012, the journals Chaos and Low Temperature Physics will have extended backfiles for the first time, as will the AIP Conference Proceedings series. A subscription to Low Temperature Physics with the extended backfile option will include the years 1997-2012. A subscription to Chaos and AIP Conference Proceedings with the extended backfile option will include access from their first volumes to the present.
AIP offers two comprehensive and invaluable digital archives
The AIP Digital Archive provides permanent access for the years 1930 to 1998 to the backfiles of 10 of AIP’s seminal journals and to AIP Conference Proceedings. The Physics Today Digital Archive provides permanent access to the magazine’s backfiles going back to the first issue in 1948. This archive gives you access to all content older than five years.
Geological Society of America journals no longer distributed by AIP
To subscribe to journals from the Geological Society of America for 2012, please contact: GSA Sales & Service, 3300 Penrose Place, P.O. Box 9140, Boulder, CO 80301-9140 Tel: +1-888-443-4472 or +1-303-357-1000, E-mail: email@example.com
Physics Essays Changes: Taxes Sales tax will be charged to Canadian residents for any item purchased from Physics Essays Publication. Canadian subscribers – please add appropriate sales tax for your territory: 5% - 15%.
PNAS Changes: Taxes
Please add 6% sales tax for subscriptions purchased in Washington, DC and Maryland. Canadian subscribers – please add appropriate sales tax for your territory: 5% – 15% (Registration number R-133130880). Tax-exempt institutions must include a copy of their tax exemption certificate. Subscriptions paid at the individual rate are taxable.
PNAS Changes – Non US subscribers
Subscribers in Japan, China, Brazil and Mexico, and India: please contact the appropriate subscription agent to renew your subscriptions. To see a list of these agents, go to pnas.org/site/subscriptions/orders.shtml
Institutions subscribing to SEG eBooks on an annual basis will have perpetual access to every title published during the year in which they subscribe.