Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Boessenecker & Perry 2011 is the featured Palaios article for March 2011

Last night, after a delicious dinner at one the best steakhouses in Montana, I returned to my apartment to find an email from the editors of Palaios. They both nominated my recent article "MAMMALIAN BITE MARKS ON JUVENILE FUR SEAL BONES FROM THE LATE NEOGENE PURISIMA FORMATION OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA" to be the featured Palaios article for March of this year.

What does that mean exactly? First and foremost, that means my article is now open access, and freely available (to everyone) here (click here for the pdf). So, download the article while you still can access it! You have 30 days. Secondly, it means that I totally kick ass.

You can see the list of featured articles (including mine) here. Not only is my article right up at the top, but it's also one of the only ones in all caps. Too bad they couldn't put in bold, italics, and make it flash different colors while they were at it.

NOTE: Many of these links may not work past the end of March.


Alton Dooley said...

All right!

Congratulations, Bobby!

J. Velez-Juarbe said...

Awesome!! Congratulations!!

Daryl Domning said...

Well done, Bobby!