Category Archives: Open Access publishing

GSA’s single article access scam

Note: I am not using the word scam in a legal sense here, but as an everyday language term. Maybe a case could be made that GSA’s behavior is in fact fraudulent, but I believe such a case would fail … Continue reading

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Direct PDF download link for Mallison and Wings 2014

I keep getting emails requesting a PDF of the paper I wrote with Oliver Wings (link to blog post) on how to do photography for photogrammetry. That’s because the download link on the journal’s web page of the article is … Continue reading

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PHOTOGRAMMETRY IN PALEONTOLOGY – A PRACTICAL GUIDE

While I was on holiday my latest paper finally went online. It is a joint effort with Oliver Wings that details some good approaches for photogrammetric 3D modelling specimens. You can find the PDF at this link. The web version … Continue reading

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Taylor & Franics misrepresents DFG guidelines on Open Access – an innocent error?

Thursday, April 17, 2014, I received an email from Vicky Gardner of Taylor&Francis (tandf.co.uk) inviting me to participate in a survey regarding Open Access Mandates. Here’s the email’s text: Dear Heinrich Mallison, Tell us what you know for a chance … Continue reading

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Happy news: two MfN journals go Open Access!

The MfN has two in-house journals, Fossil Record (FR) and Zoosystematics and Evolution (Z&E), for which I just received exciting news. Our PR department emailed that both journals will go Open Access in 2014, changing from Wiley to Copernicus Publishing … Continue reading

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