V u l p i a

Distribution and archiving

Vulpia has been incorporated into the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), based at the Lund University Libraries, Sweden. Through comprehensive coverage and increased visibility, the DOAJ aims to increase the usage and impact of open access, scholarly publications.

Vulpia is currently included in and accessible from university library catalogs throughout Europe, North America, and Australia, as well as in select countries in Africa (e.g., South Africa, Kenya) and Asia (e.g., China, India). Peer-reviewers have similarly represented both national and international institutions.

To facilitate cost-effective and broad-distribution, Vulpia is made available online in the Adobe portable document format (pdf). If you do not already have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed, you can download it for free here.

Archival hardcopies and electronic media will be deposited at the library of North Carolina State University (Raleigh, NC). Hardcopies are also distributed to the libraries of select botanical institutions nationally and internationally.

Subscriptions are free for the time being and will be managed through a list-serve. The name of the list is vulpia. Persons interested in subscribing need only follow these directions.

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