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1 The Geological Societys Lyell Collection, 2014 GSIS Information Resource Forum GSA, Denver, Colorado October 2013 Neal Marriott

2 The Geological Society Founded in 1807 UK national society for geoscience, and the oldest geological society in the world More than 11,000 Fellows, 2000 of whom live overseas 2000 Fellows are Chartered Geologists Boasts one of the most important geological libraries in the world Global leader in Earth science publishing – Publishing House based in Bath A not-for-profit publisher supporting the Earth Science community The Publishing House celebrated its 25 th anniversary this year Burlington House, Piccadilly, London The Library at Burlington House

3 Our Lyell Collection 2014 brochure – if you would like one please ask The image used is a satellite image of China: the Turpan Pendi © Fugro NPA Mapping Ltd The Turpan Pendi, or Turfan Depression, nestles below the Bogda Mountains, in the upper half of the image, on the northern rim of the Takla-makan Desert. It is the third lowest place on Earth, 154m/505ft below sea level. It consists of an unusual mixture of salt and sand dunes. The saline lake to the lower left is typical, as is the undulating area of sand to the lower right. NPA are corporate affiliates of The Geological Society and have specialised in the use of satellite imagery for exploration of the Earths resources, environment and hazards since 1972. www.npagroup.com

4 The Lyell Collection, created to mark the Geological Society of London's 200th anniversary in 2007, represents one of the largest integrated collections of online Earth science literature available. Bringing together key journals, Special Publications and Society book series on a single electronic platform, the Lyell Collection is a unique resource for researcher and student alike. Lyell Collection Content Journal of the Geological Society, 1845 to current, print ISSN 0016-7649, online ISSN 2041-479X Petroleum Geoscience, 1995 to current, print ISSN 1354-0793, online ISSN 2041-496X Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis, 2001 to current, print ISSN 1467- 7873, online ISSN 2041-4943 Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 1967 to current, print ISSN 1470-9236, online ISSN 2041-4803 Petroleum Geology Conference series, volumes 4-7, print ISSN n/a, online ISSN n/a Special Publications, volumes 1 to 350 (current), print ISSN 0305-8719, online ISSN 2041-4927 Memoirs, volume 1-33 (current), print ISSN 0435-4052, online ISSN 2041-4722 Engineering Geology Special Publications, volumes 1-22 (current), print ISSN 0267- 9914, online ISSN 2041-4730 Journal of Micropalaeontology, 1982 to current, print ISSN0262-821X, online ISSN 2041-4978 Scottish Journal of Geology, 1965 to current, print ISSN 0036-9276, online ISSN 2041- 4951 Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 1839 to current, print ISSN 0044- 0604, online ISSN 2041-4811 Transactions of the Geological Society, 1811 to 1856, print ISSN n/a, online ISSN 2042- 5295 Total collection comprises: 260 000 peer-reviewed pages, 26 000 articles, 1000 volumes

5 Lyell Collection Complete 2014 Subscriptions Includes 2014 subscriptions to: - Journal of the Geological Society - Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology - Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis - Petroleum Geoscience - Geological Society of London Special Publications (including Online First articles) - Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society - Scottish Journal of Geology - Journal of Micropalaeontology Also includes: (Online Access available only as part of a Lyell Collection Complete subscription) - Geological Society of London Memoirs - Engineering Geology Special Publications - The Transactions of the Geological Society (1811-1856) - Petroleum Geology Conference Proceedings (4 th, 5 th, 6 th and 7 th conferences) - Transactions of the Edinburgh Geological Society (1870-1963) - Transactions of the Geological Society of Glasgow (1863-1965) Online only Online journals and SPs + print copies of 2014 Special Publications Online + all 2014 print journals / books listed UK End User £4,890 (£4,075 + VAT) *Saving £949 £5,412.23 (£4,575 + VAT) *Saving £870 £5,621.11 (£4,788 + VAT) *Saving £1,115 European Union End User £4,329 + VAT (£5,194.80) *Saving £983 £4,829 + VAT (£5,712.71) *Saving £921 £5,086 + VAT (£5,970.96) *Saving £1,15 VAT Rate20%18.3%17.4% Rest of World end user £4,329 / US$8,657 *Saving £983 / US$1,967 £4,829 / US$9,657 *Saving £921 / US$1,844 £5,086 / US$10,172 *Saving £1,156 / US$2,311 *This saving is compared to subscribing separately to each component of the Lyell Collection (excluding VAT )

6 Special Publications and Archival Access Special Publications 2014 Subscription Prices Special PublicationsOnline onlyOnline + print UK End User£2,881 (£2,401 + VAT)£3,313.03 (£2,822 + VAT) European Union End User £2,504 + VAT (£3,004.80) £2,942 + VAT (£3,453.91) VAT Rate20%17.4% Rest of World end user£2,504 / US$5,007£2,942 / US$5,884 Online ISSN: 2041-4927, print ISSN 0305-8719 Archival Access One-Off Fee Volumes Article s Pages UK End User (VAT 20%) One-Off Fee EU End User One-Off Fee Rest of World End User One-Off Fee Archive 1 SP001- SP100 2,50041,000 £3,630 (£3,025 +VAT) £3,025 +VAT (£3,630) £3,025 / US$6,050 Archive 2 SP101- SP200 2,00036,000 £3,630 (£3,025 +VAT) £3,025 +VAT (£3,630) £3,025 / US$6,050 Archive 3 SP201- SP300 2,00045,000 £3,630 (£3,025 +VAT) £3,025 +VAT (£3,630) £3,025 / US$6,050 Full archive SP001- SP300 6,500 122,00 0 £9,801.60 (£8,168 +VAT) £8,168 +VAT (£9,801.60) £8,168 / US$16,335

7 Online First Online First is a feature offered through the Geological Societys electronic content platform, the Lyell Collection. It enables articles to appear online soon after they have been accepted for publication and ahead of the printed volume or issue. This feature is currently available for Special Publications, Journal of the Geological Society, Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, Petroleum Geoscience and Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis. All articles on the site are in their final PDF format apart from pagination, i.e. they have been accepted for publication, copyedited, typeset, proofed and corrected. The Online First release date serves as the official publication date. Benefits Online First offers clear benefits to authors and researchers: Reduced lead time between submission and publication Access to the very latest articles in the field Greater usage and exposure of articles, including earlier citation opportunities by related works

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9 Lyell Goes Mobile – mobile access for four journal sites The Geological Society is pleased to announce the launch of brand new mobile sites for four of our journals The content and layout has been created specifically for viewing on a small screen whilst maintaining full text of the current issue, archives, table of contents and the look and feel of the full web version. 1. Journal of the Geological Society: jgs.lyellcollection.org 2. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology: qjegh.lyellcollection.org 3. Petroleum Geoscience: pg.lyellcollection.org 4. Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis: geea.lyellcollection.org Students and researchers can access these sites from their mobile devices by obtaining a voucher from a networked computer at a subscribing site and then inputting this voucher code when requested on the mobile site.

10 What is a mobile voucher? A voucher is a code that will tie your mobile device to your institutions subscriptions. This voucher will grant you access to protected content while not on your institutions network. The level of access granted will be exactly the same as the institutions subscription. Each mobile device must be vouched for individually. Mobile vouchers can be obtained and applied to any mobile device including smartphones and tablets. Mobile Vouchers will work with mobile websites and mobile apps. How do I obtain a mobile voucher? 1. Either put your mobile device on your institutions network, or use a computer that is already on your institutions network. 2. Visit the obtain voucher URL while connected to your institutions network. 3. Fill out a simple form with your name and email, and submit. 4. The voucher code will appear on-screen and can be sent to your email. 5. You will then have 48 hours to apply this code to your device. How do I apply a mobile voucher? 1. Visit the apply voucher URL (on or off your institutions network) with the device you want to apply the voucher to. 2. Type or paste your voucher code into the text field and submit. 3. As long as you perform this step within 48 hours of obtaining your voucher code, it will validate and apply a voucher cookie to your device. * Mobile App users - you can obtain and apply a voucher for your mobile journal app in one step by going to the settings and tapping on obtain a mobile voucher How long does a mobile voucher last? The voucher cookie will last 6 months. If you delete your cookies, you will need to obtain a new voucher for your device. Mobile Vouchers

11 Geofacets Geofacets is a web-based research tool that offers access to an extensive database of georeferenced geological maps. With intuitive features designed for geoscientists working in upstream oil and gas exploration, it enables users to efficiently and confidently assess a region or basin's geologic characteristics and potential – so they can drive better business outcomes and recommendations. Geofacets offers tens of thousands of geological maps and associated information from The Geological Society of Londons Lyell Collection. Subscribers to both collections will be able to access these maps on the Geofacets platform.

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13 Geofacets-GSL Millennium Edition Elsevier and the Geological Society of London (GSL) have collaborated to provide GSL Fellows (members) with a unique opportunity to gain individual access to thousands of geological maps from the renowned Lyell Collection through the Geofacets platform. Discover and Download Maps 24,000+ maps from the books and journals in the Lyell Collection published from 2000 – present. All maps are downloadable, with 16,000+ available as GeoTIFFs for easy integration with GIS and other software. Each map is accompanied by metadata such as geographic coordinates, map surface area, datum and projection for geo-referenced maps, and more. View reference information about the maps and the associated articles

14 Open Access GSL is responding positively to the requirements of funding agencies to offer Open Access publishing options to authors. The Society will continue to publish only high-quality peer-reviewed research outputs but will offer authors the option to choose either Gold Open Access, where the author pays an Article Processing Charge or Green (repository) Open Access. Fellows will be able to take advantage of a discount on the Article Processing Fee. The GSL will respond to the OSTP consultation with federal funding agencies. Read more about this online here: www.geolsoc.org.uk/OAPolicywww.geolsoc.org.uk/OAPolicy

15 Usage reporting: Highwire Dont forget you have access to usage reports for GSL journals the Lyell Collection and Special Publications using the HighWire Administrator Toolbox: http://highwire.stanford.edu/librarians/ http://highwire.stanford.edu/librarians/ You can generate COUNTER or summary reports, learn how to establish SUSHI feeds and receive notifications by email when usage reports are available. This is an excellent tool to help you understand your user behaviour.

16 Open URL Management Just a reminder that you can add and manage your OpenURL configurations in one location for all your GSL journals hosted by HighWire. Your OpenURL link resolver will allow you to create links back to your library holdings in the reference sections of selected journals. This helps your patrons find the most appropriate copy of the article at your institution. Visit the High Wire website to manage your Open URL configurations. http://highwire.stanford.edu/help/subadmin/openurl.dtl#associate For further reading, see Why OpenURL? by Ann Apps and Ross MacIntyre, University of Manchester, May 2001 issue of D-Lib Magazine (Vol. 12. No.5, ISSN 1082-9873) http://www.dlib.org/dlib/may06/apps/05apps.html

17 SERU In a bid to make licensing less onerous we do not issue or require the agreement of a formal license for institutional access to the Lyell Collection, instead we offer you the opportunity to use SERU (Shared Electronic Resource Understanding) and reduce the time and costs of negotiating licenses for e-resources. SERU allows us to operate within a framework of shared understanding and good faith... and yet we will provide a license if your institution requires one. http://www.niso.org/workrooms/seru

18 CLOCKSS The GSL Publishing House has partnered with CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) to ensure that all 26,000 articles available on the Lyell Collection are stored safely and securely online.

19 Transactions of the Edinburgh Geological Society Now available as part of Lyell Collection Complete 2014 Content includes papers written by Dame Maria Matilda Gordon [née Ogilvie] (1864–1939), who was most notable for her Doctor of Science (conferred by the University of London in 1893) - the first in geology given to a woman, and Charles William Peach (1800–1886), naturalist, who was awarded the Society's Wollaston Fund in 1859.

20 Transactions of the Geological Society of Glasgow Now available as part of Lyell Collection Complete 2014 Content includes papers by Croll, Geikie, Gregory, Holmes, Lapworth, McCallien, Thomson (later Lord Kelvin), Tyrrell, Richey et al.

21 Library Advisory Group Wanted – Librarians to work with the Geological Society of London Your opinion counts. We would like to invite you to join a small group of librarians who will help us improve our understanding of the challenges you face in the Earth sciences community. What issues concern you? What do you think about our plans for future publishing ventures? How do you see the role of the librarian in the changing publishing environment? We plan to hold occasional virtual meetings, email discussions about new products and services and get together at GSA each year. Come along to our booth no. 1125 or contact me afterwards if you would like to be involved.

22 PCG – your local contact in North America Kim Belleau Regional Sales Manager Kim manages product sales and account management in the US and Canada for GSL. Prior to joining PCG Kim worked at Greenwood Press and with EBSCOs school library division. Kims understanding of the library community and her in-depth knowledge of the Geological Society enables her to offer help and advice about the Lyell Collection and SP archives. She will be at Charleston this year and would be happy to meet those of you who are attending. kbelleau@pcgplus.com

23 Contact details Neal Marriott Director of Publishing The Geological Society Publishing House Unit 7 Brassmill Enterprise Centre Brassmill Lane Bath BA1 3JN neal.marriott@geolsoc.org.uk +44 1225 476 401 Useful links: www.lyellcollection.org www.geolsoc.org.uk www.geolsoc.org./bookshop


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