BioOne Announces 2009 Collections, Pricing

BioOne ( is pleased to welcome 12 new titles and their respective not-for-profit publishers to the 2009 BioOne Collections. Nine ISI-ranked titles from around the world, including Malacologia, published by the Institute of Malacology, will join the BioOne.2 collection, now in its third year. Tree-Ring Research, the esteemed journal of the Tree-Ring Society, will complement the BioOne.1 collection in 2009, and two titles, including Marine & Coastal Fisheries, published by the American Fisheries Society, will join the BioOne Open Access collection.

Due to these additions, BioOne is now home to 149 total publications, 99 of which (66%) are ISI-ranked. Furthermore, 60 of BioOne’s titles (40%) have their current content available online exclusively through BioOne. All new and existing titles will debut on January 6, 2009 on BioOne’s new Atypon-powered platform, serviced by Allen Press. The new BioOne web site will provide our publishing partners with a sophisticated, highly-branded web presence and end users with a dynamic, powerful interface.

2009 pricing for BioOne.1 will increase 5% across most US pricing bands from 2008 rates. Despite the significant increase in quality content, for the second straight year 2009 rates for BioOne.2 will not increase. Libraries that subscribe to BioOne.1 but have not yet purchased BioOne.2 are encouraged to take a second look. As indicated in the chart below, since its 2007 launch this collection has grown both in size and in must-have, ranked content.

Total Titles414958
% Total34.146.955.2

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New Publications for 2009

The following titles will make their debut on BioOne in January 2009:


Tree-Ring Research, published by the Tree-Ring Society


African Entomology, published by the Entomological Society of Southern Africa
American Malacological Bulletin, published by the American Malacological Society
The Canadian Entomologist, published by the Entomological Society of Canada
Journal of Agricultural and Urban Entomology, published by the South Carolina Entomological Society
Malacologia, published by the Institute of Malacology
Northwest Science, published by the Northwest Scientific Association
The Pan-Pacific Entomologist, published by the Pacific Coast Entomological Society
South African Journal of Wildlife Research, published by the Southern African Wildlife Management Association
Southwestern Entomologist, published by the Society of Southwestern Entomologists

BioOne Open Access:

Marine and Coastal Fisheries, published by the American Fisheries Society
Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist, published by Brigham Young University Press

Comprehensive 2009 title lists for each BioOne collection are also available for download on the BioOne website.

2008 Content Departures

Additionally, effective January 2009, the following four BioOne.1 titles will no longer add new content to BioOne:
Journal of Vegetation Science and Applied Vegetation Science, published by the International Association for Vegetation Science
In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology: Animal and In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology: Plant, published by the Society for In Vitro Biology

The International Association for Vegetation Science (IAVS) will publish with Wiley-Blackwell beginning in 2009, while the Society for In Vitro Biology (SIVB) will continue their relationship solely with Springer. In accordance with both BioOne standard policy and Project Transfer ( guidelines, all IAVS and SIVB content currently hosted on BioOne will remain accessible to subscribers in perpetuity.

About BioOne

BioOne is an innovative nonprofit collaborative and the leading content aggregator in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. More than 150 global scientific societies and nonprofit publishing organizations include their journals in BioOne’s flagship product, BioOne Complete, for the benefit of 3,500 accessing institutions and millions of researchers worldwide. Since 2001, BioOne has returned more than 68 million USD in royalty sharing back to its participants, with a commitment to share research more broadly, equitably, and sustainably.

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