JTAS

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JTASJournal of the Travellers' Aid Society
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At the November 2014 meeting, members of the Executive Committee inquired as to the availability of JTAS in online databases.
Managing Editor Rigsby also reported researching the addition of JTAS to the online database SCOPUS.
Rigsby emphasized the importance of adding to, and maintaining a Managing Editor's archival set of JTAS issues.
No changes in the composition of the JTAS Editorial Board have taken place since the October 2011 meeting of the Executive Committee, and it is not anticipated that there will be such changes in the near future.
With regret, I hereby tender my resignation as Managing Editor of JTAS, effective with the mailing of JTAS 87:4 (December 2012), expected to take place during early 2013.
With approval of the Executive Committee, JTAS will publish four issues during 2012; approximately 200 pages will be published.
No changes in the composition of the JTAS Editorial Board have taken place since the April 2011 meeting of the Executive Committee, and it is not anticipated that there will be such changes in the near future.
Note: The paper for this abstract was presented at the 2010 Annual Meeting and at the 2011 Collegiate Meeting; the abstract for this paper was printed in JTAS 86 (3-4): 109-110.
A similar abstract was presented at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science and printed in JTAS 86(1):32.
Editor's Note: A similar abstract was presented at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science and printed in JTAS 86(l):31.
In a JTAS research paper, Tiara Herman and colleagues from the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus found that a Malaysian rice variety called MR253 showed higher levels of photosynthesis when it was given less nitrogen compared to two other Southeast Asian rice types.
An incomplete list of the editors/managing editors of JTAS was