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A friend paleontologist gave us a terrific gift. Since he was moving and he and his partner got a baby recently he was clearing out some space and got rid of a whole lot of journals. we divided the journals with a few friends, the pictures are what we got out of it. We now have to make a hole lot of space in our library We better start reading to
Taylor and Francis, the publisher of a large group of academic journals, is making two years' worth of paleontology papers available for FREE until the end of November. http://explore.tandfonline.com/content/est/paleontology/palaeo-free-access-referrer-page/ Quoted from their website: "To celebrate the 4th International Palaeontological Congress, we are pleased to offer FREE ACCESS to all 2012 and 2013 content for all of our leading Palaeontological journals until the 30th November 2014." Follow the website link above to get to this page, and from there follow the links to the journals to get free access. If you try to get to an article through another route (google, etc) it may not give you free access. Free journals for 2012-2013 articles are: Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology - the official publication of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. Alcheringa: An Australian Journal of Paleontology - the official publication of the Association of Australasian Paleontologists. Grana - pollen Historical Biology - publishes interesting short paleontology papers on a wide variety of subjects. Ichnos - biggest journal name in trace fossils Journal of Systematic Paleontology - focuses on cladistics, but includes descriptions of many new species, including dinosaurs. Palynology - more pollen If you find a really useful article, post the link here so others can enjoy!