Open Access (v1-v54)

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The following volumes are available by open access, courtesy of the University of Hawai‘i Press and the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Library‘s ScholarSpace digital repository.

Volume 54 (2000)
Volume 53 (1999)
Volume 52 (1998)
Volume 51 (1997)
Volume 50 (1996)
Volume 49 (1995)
Volume 48 (1994)
Volume 47 (1993)
Volume 46 (1992)
Volume 45 (1991)
Volume 44 (1990)
Volume 43 (1989)
Volume 42 (1988)
Volume 41 (1987)
Volume 40 (1986)
Volume 39 (1985)
Volume 38 (1984)
Volume 37 (1983)
Volume 36 (1982)
Volume 35 (1981)
Volume 34 (1980)
Volume 33 (1979)
Volume 32 (1978)
Volume 31 (1977)
Volume 30 (1976)
Volume 29 (1975)
Volume 28 (1974)
Volume 27 (1973)
Volume 26 (1972)
Volume 25 (1971)
Volume 24 (1970)
Volume 23 (1969)
Volumes 1-22 are now in the public domain.
Volume 22 (1968)
Volume 21 (1967)
Volume 20 (1966)
Volume 19 (1965)
Volume 18 (1964)
Volume 17 (1963)
Volume 16 (1962)
Volume 15 (1961)
Volume 14 (1960)
Volume 13 (1959)
Volume 12 (1958)
Volume 11 (1957)
Volume 10 (1956)
Volume 09 (1955)
Volume 08 (1954)
Volume 07 (1953)
Volume 06 (1952)
Volume 05 (1951)
Volume 04 (1950)
Volume 03 (1949)
Volume 02 (1948)
Volume 01 (1947)

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11 responses to “Open Access (v1-v54)

  1. Ingrid Knapp

    Hi, this is more of a question than comment. I was wondering whether anyone has access to Volume 3 from 1950?? It seems a little hard to locate, but would help me a great deal, as I’m looking at the sponge species around Hawaii and the Pacific and literature is rather sparse. Many thanks for any help :0)

  2. Ingrid Knapp

    ok sorry I mean Volume 4, sorry

  3. The library is still working on scanning the earliest volumes, and they have custody of our only reference copies from that far back until they finish the scanning and mounting online. We expect to have vols. 1-25 finished and available by the end of this semester–in May or thereabouts.

    If you can’t wait that long, you might try emailing the science reference desk at Hamilton Library: sciref@hawaii.edu.

  4. Pingback: Pacific Science vols. 1-54 (1947-2000) Now Online « UH Press Journals Log

  5. Michal Maňas

    I think, that all issues of Pacific Science prior to 1977 were published without a copyright notice, so they are public domain, Am I right?

  6. Michal,
    No, the early issues remain under copyright. There are copyright notices in the opening pages of every issue. We just didn’t put the notice on the opening page of each article, the way we do nowadays. Nowadays, we also note which articles are in the public domain because the researchers work for government agencies.
    Joel

  7. Michal Maňas

    Hello Joel, thank you very much for clarification. Could you provide me a link for such article originating from a government agency, please?

  8. Michal,
    One example of a work not under copyright is Weijerman et al. (2008), Attempt to control Invasive Red Alga …, Pac. Sci. 62:517-532.

  9. Michal Maňas

    As a researcher, I had to verify Joel’s words “There are copyright notices in the opening pages of every issue.” But I have found these results:
    There is copyright notice on the volume 23 from the year 1969 http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/3347 and on each later volumes.

    There is not copyright notice on the volume 22 number 1 from the year 1968 http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/7219
    and number 2
    http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/6818

    So I can specify in detail copyright status of Pacific Science. Each volume since 1969 has copyright notice.

    But volume 22 from 1969 and each previous volume has been published without a copyright notice, so they are public domain.

    If I am still wrong, then I need a clear evidence about copyright restrictions on 1969 volumes and on previous ones. Thank you.

  10. Michal Maňas

    correction:
    But volume 22 from 1968 and each previous volume has been published without a copyright notice, so they are public domain.

    If I am still wrong, then I need a clear evidence about copyright restrictions on 1968 volumes and on previous ones. Thank you.

  11. Michal,

    You’re right. I checked the earliest printed volume on our reference shelf (from 1972) and saw the copyright notice on the Table of Contents page, but didn’t check before that because we had to donate our last copies of the early volumes for chopping, scanning, and uploading to the digital repository. I’ll double-check to make sure which volumes are now in the public domain and then add a note on this page listing Open Access volumes.

    Thanks for your patience and persistence.

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