New Look & Major Enhancements For Acid Rain Database

April 1989
Information Today;Apr1989, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p25
Trade Publication
This article reports on the major enhancements for Acid Rain Abstracts by Bowker A & I Publishing in 1989. Increased frequency of publication of the Abstracts, reorganization of the Annual, and a revitalization of the advisory board are among the enhancements being introduced. Other journal revisions include a new internal database editing program, standardization of journal sections and a gradual increase of sources scanned. Acid Rain Abstracts is issued six times a year.


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