BioOne Announces New Titles Joining 2008 Collection

BioOne ( is pleased to welcome 17 new titles from 12 publishers to the 2008 BioOne Collections. Four titles will join BioOne.1, eight will join BioOne.2, and five titles from Conservation International will expand the growing BioOne Open Access Collection. In addition, we are pleased to note the increase in ISI ranked content. BioOne now features 95 ISI ranked titles—a robust 66% of its total holdings, including five titles that earned an impact factor for the first time in 2007. To access a comprehensive list of titles and publishers for all three BioOne collections—BioOne.1, BioOne.2, and BioOne Open Access—please visit our website.

2008 pricing for BioOne.1 will increase 5% across most pricing bands from 2007 rates. Despite the significant increase in content, the 2008 rates for BioOne.2 will not increase. This move reflects BioOne’s commitment to make it easier for libraries to add these important titles to their collections. To schedule a free trial or for more pricing information, please contact Jessica Hays of Amigos Library Services at BioOne values feedback from the library community on content development and pricing issues. Please feel free to contact Lauren Kane, BioOne Director of Publisher Relations, with any questions or concerns at

2008 BioOne.1 Content Additions

The 2008 BioOne.1 collection will include 86 titles from 63 publishers. For a comprehensive list, please visit the BioOne website. The following four titles will be added for 2008, none of which have previously been available in electronic form.

Missouri Botanical Garden
Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden

Weed Science Society of America
Invasive Plant Science and Management (a new start publication launching in 2008)

The Humboldt Field Research Institute
Journal of the North Atlantic (a new start publication launching in 2008)

2008 BioOne.2 Content Additions

The 2008 BioOne.2 collection will include 49 premier titles from 35 publishers. For a comprehensive list, please visit the BioOne website. The following eight titles will be added for 2008.

Brigham Young University
Western North American Naturalist

International Association for Great Lakes Research
Journal of Great Lakes Research

Natural Areas Association
Natural Areas Journal

Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University
Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History (a new publication that subsumes and continues both the Museum’s Postilla and its former Bulletin)

Raptor Research Foundation
Journal of Raptor Research

Society for Vector Ecology
Journal of Vector Ecology

Wayne State University Press
Human Biology

Zoological Society of Southern Africa
African Zoology

2008 BioOne Open Access Content Additions

The 2008 BioOne Open Access collection will include 8 titles from 4 publishers. For a comprehensive list, please visit the BioOne website. The following five titles from Conservation International will be added for 2008. Open Access content is freely accessible to all BioOne users.

Advances in Applied Biodiversity Science
Neotropical Primates
Primate Conservation
Rapid Assessment Program (RAP) Bulletin of Biological Assessment

2008 Content Departures

Additionally, effective January 2008, the following BioOne.1 publishers and titles will no longer add new content to BioOne:
Cell Stress Society International
Cell Stress and Chaperones
New York Botanical Garden
Botanical Review
Economic Botany

Both Cell Stress Society International and the New York Botanical Garden have confirmed that their titles will be published by Springer in 2008.  In accordance with both BioOne standard policy and Project Transfer ( guidelines, content currently hosted on BioOne for each of these journals will remain accessible to all subscribers in perpetuity.   For queries related to content from 2008 onwards, please contact the publishing society or your Springer representative.

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