DPS 35th Meeting, 1-6 September 2003
Session 33. Planetary Bookends II
Poster, Highlighted on, Friday, September 5, 2003, 3:30-6:00pm, Sierra Ballroom I-II

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[33.02] What's New in the ADS Abstract Service

G. Eichhorn, A. Accomazzi, C. S. Grant, E. Henneken, M. J. Kurtz, S. S. Murray (CfA, Cambridge, MA, USA)

The ADS provides access to almost 900,000 references from astronomy and planetary sciences publications and 1.5 million records from physics publications. It is funded by NASA and provides free access to these references, as well as to 2.3 million scanned pages from the astronomical literature. These include most of the major astronomy journals as well as many historical observatory publications.

The references now include the abstracts from all volumes of the Journal of Geophysical Reserch (JGR) since the beginning of 2002. We get these abstracts on a regular basis. The Kluwer journal Solar Physics has been scanned back to volume 1 and is available through the ADS. We have extracted the reference lists from this journal and included them in the reference and citation database of the ADS. We are in the process of scanning Earth, Moon and Planets, another Kluwer journal. It should be on-line at the time of this DSP meeting. We plan on extracting references from this journal as well in the near future.

The ADS is funded by NASA Grant NCC5-18.

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