4 primary journals plus JNRLSE--each of the 4 primary journals will receive $435 and JNRLSE will receive $60.
2 primary journals plus JNRLSE--each of the 2 primary journals will receive $520 and JNRLSE will receive $60.
In addition, JNRLSE were added to the AJ digitizing project.
$1800 for the 4 major journals [Agronomy Journal (AJ), Crop Science (CS), Journal of Environmental Quality (JEQ), SSSAJ] plus Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education (JNRLSE) (distribution would be $435 to each major journal and $60 to JNRLSE)
$1100 for any 2 of the 4 major journals plus JNRLSE (distribution would be $520 to each major journal and $60 to JNRLSE)
that each journal [Agronomy Journal (AJ), Crop Science (CS), Journal of Environmental Quality (JEQ), Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education (JNRLSE), Soil Science of America Journal (SSSAJ), Vadose Zone Journal (VZJ)] charge a $350 publishing fee per manuscript rather than page charges.
Circulation of JNRLSE as of October 2002 is 542 copies--413 member and 129 nonmember subscribers.
We have promoted the new JNRLSE redesigned website in the News Flash, in CSA News, and in a special email to all subscribers, and our list of cooperative societies.
We have a total of 9 cooperators in publishing JNRLSE. Cooperators include: American Association for Agricultural Education, American Institute of Biological Science, American Phytopathological Society, American Society for Horticultural Science, American Society of Plant Biologists, Crop Science Society of America, Ecological Society of America, Entomological Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America.
The JNRLSE editorial board met on Saturday, 20 Oct.
The journal would still be published in 2002 because the membership renewal forms are already sent out with JNRLSE as an option.
Larry Grabau reported on the results of the JNRLSE
editorial board meeting held on Sat., 4 Nov.