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Subject: Archaeotechnology section added to JOM

Archaeotechnology section added to JOM

From: Sarah Lowengard <sarahl>
Date: Thursday, February 9, 1995
The following appeared in HTECH-L <HTECH-L [at] SIVM__BITNET> and is
reproduced here without the knowledge or consent of the author (a
lengthy section covering instructions for authors is omitted here).

    Date: 9 Feb 95
    From: Robert Ehrenreich <rehrenre [at] nas__edu>
    To: Multiple recipients of list HTECH-L <HTECH-L [at] SIVM__BITNET>
    Subject: New JOM Section on Archaeotechnology

    JOM has introduced a new section on archaeotechnology, replacing a
    previous section focusing only on archaeometallurgy.  JOM is the
    Journal of Minerals, Metals, and Materials and published by The
    Materials Society (TMS). The objective of the Archaeotechnology
    section is to introduce materials scientists to the scientific
    analysis of archaeological materials (Author Instructions are
    provided below).  All articles must provide a thorough grounding of
    the archaeological background of the research and then discuss the
    materials aspects.  JOM has three distinct advantages over other
    venues.  The articles are short (2400-4800 words), distributed to a
    very large community (circulation of over 3000), and printed in a
    matter of months.  Thus, JOM is an excellent venue for the rapid
    publication of new ideas or approaches to the analysis of
    archaeological materials. Submissions should be sent to James J.
    Robinson, JOM, 420 Commonwealth Drive, Warrendale, PA 15086, USA. As
    Series Coordinator, please feel free to contact me at the following
    addresses if you have any questions or comments.

    Robert M. Ehrenreich
    National Research Council
    2101 Constitution Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20418
    rehrenre [at] nas__edu

Sarah Lowengard

                  Conservation DistList Instance 8:63
                 Distributed: Sunday, February 12, 1995
                        Message Id: cdl-8-63-019
Received on Thursday, 9 February, 1995

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