Is Amytornis an online journal or not?

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Subject: Is Amytornis an online journal or not?
From: David James <>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 00:16:20 -0700 (PDT)
I was just directed to an article on Red Collared Dove in the supposedly 
on-line journal Amytornis. A google search pointed me to a web page hosted by 
Birds Australia  that purports to be "Amytornis: Western Australian Journal of 
Ornithology". When I searched for said article the result was: 
"In future revisions of the Amytornis journal, we will have article searching. 
This will enable you to search by Author, Title, or Keywords for articles. 
At this point in time, we suggest you look at the Current Issue for previous 
Obviously the current issued does not contain previous articles. I'm sure 
people are working hard, but honestly, that is just lame and pointless. The 
biggest problem with on-line publishing is the lack of a guarantee of 
persistent archiving, and this is one of the worst examples I have ever come 


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