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					                                                Portico e-Journals Holdings
                                                      as of 02/07/2012



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                                           Portico e-Journals Holdings
                                                 as of 02/07/2012

PUBLISHER NAME:                               The Royal Society

Summary of E-Journal Content Committed to the Portico Archive
Back Content - Digitized Print             Yes
Back Content - Electronic Content          Yes
Current Content                            Yes

Post-Cancellation Access through Portico      No
                                                                   e-Journal Content Committe
Title                                                    Society
Biographical Memoirs of the Fellows of the Royal Society



Biology Letters
Journal of the Royal Society Interface

Notes & Records of the Royal Society




Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society
Philosophical Transactions



Philosophical Transactions A




Philosophical Transactions B




Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of
London. Series A, Containing Papers of a Mathematical
or Physical Character
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of
London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences




Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of
London. Series B, Biological Sciences
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of
London. Series B, Containing Papers of a Biological
Character

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society: Physical
and Engineering Sciences

Proceedings of the Royal Society A


Proceedings of the Royal Society B




Proceedings of the Royal Society of London




Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A,
Containing Papers of a Mathematical and Physical
Character
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A,
Mathematical and Physical Sciences (1934-1990)




Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B,
Biological Sciences




Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B,
Containing Papers of a Biological Character



Proceedings of the Royal Society: Mathematical and
Physical Sciences




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The most recent holdings information available can always be found at http://www.portico.org/about/content_digitally_preserved
   e-Journal Content Committed to and Preserved in Portico for The Royal Society. as of 02/07/2012
Print ISSN            e-ISSN               PCA               Status
0080-4606             1748-8494            No                Queued



1744-9561             1744-957X             No                Preserved
1742-5689             1742-5662             No                Preserved

0035-9149             1743-0178             No                Preserved




1479-571X             N/A                   No                Queued
0260-7085             N/A                   No                Queued



1364-503X             1471-2962             No                Preserved




0962-8436             1471-2970             No                Preserved




0264-3952             N/A                   No                Queued
0080-4614   N/A         No   Queued




0080-4622   N/A         No   Queued

0264-3960   N/A         No   Queued



0962-8428   N/A         No   Queued


1364-5021   1471-2946   No   Preserved


0962-8452   1471-2954   No   Preserved




0370-1662   N/A         No   Queued




0950-1207   N/A         No   Queued
            0080-4630                N/A                      No   Queued




            0080-4649                N/A                      No   Queued




            0950-1193                N/A                      No   Queued




            0962-8444                N/A                      No   Queued




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634),v.91(635-641),v.92(642-648),v.93(649-655),v.94(656-663),v.95(664-671),v.96(672-679),v.97(680-
686),v.98(687-693),v.99(694-699),v.100(700-705),v.101(706-712),v.102(713-720),v.103(721-727),v.104(728-
733),v.105(734-740),v.106(741-747),v.107(748-754),v.108(755-759),v.109(760-764),v.110(765-768),v.111(769-
v.430(1878-1880),v.431(1881-1883),v.432(1884-1886),v.433(1887-1889),v.434(1890-1892),v.435(1893-
1895),v.436(1896-1898),v.437(1899-1901),v.438(1902-1904),v.439(1905-1907),v.440(1908-1910),v.441(1911-
1913),v.442(1914-1916),v.443(1917-1919),v.444(1920-1922),v.445(1923-1925),v.446(1926-1928),v.447(1929-
  Years     ContentSet Id
1955-2009   ISSN_00804606



2005-2009   ISSN_17449561
2004-2009   ISSN_17425689

1938-2009   ISSN_00359149




1932-1954   ISSN_1479571X
1683-1749   ISSN_02607085



1996-2011   ISSN_1364503X




1990-2011   ISSN_09628436




1900-1934   ISSN_02643952
1934-1990   ISSN_00804614




    -       ISSN_00804622

1900-1934   ISSN_02643960



1990-1995   ISSN_09628428


1996-2010   ISSN_13645021


1990-2010   ISSN_09628452




1800-1904   ISSN_03701662




1905-1934   ISSN_09501207
1934-1990   ISSN_00804630




1934-1990   ISSN_00804649




1905-1934   ISSN_09501193




1990-1995   ISSN_09628444
Term                             Definition
Back Content                     Historical content for this title. Portico works with each signed publisher to
                                 set up an ongoing feed of content for titles in current publication. Content
                                 published prior to the date of that ongoing feed is considered "back
                                 content".
Back Content - Digitized Print   Content that was first printed on paper and which the publisher
                                 subsequently digitized. Typically digitized print content is provided to
                                 Portico in a different format than the current content and may be
                                 processed into the archive separately.
Back Content - Electronic        Content which was born digital and was published prior to the
Content                          establishment of an ongoing feed of data from the publisher to Portico.
Current Content                  Content that comes to Portico via the ongoing feed of data from the
                                 publisher (usually monthly or quarterly).
E-ISSN                           The ISSN assigned to the e-version of a journal. If a publisher is providing
                                 Portico the E-ISSN for a title in the bibliographic data that accompanies
                                 each article, then that E-ISSN will appear in this field. If the bibliographic
                                 data that is provided to Portico does not contain an E-ISSN, then the E-
                                 ISSN field in the Portico Holdings spreadsheet will be "N/A".

Holdings                         Holdings is a list of the specific issues of this title from this publisher where
                                 one or more articles published in the issue are currently preserved in the
                                 Portico archive (please be aware that we may receive content for the same
                                 title from multiple publishers). Cases where Portico has not yet processed
                                 any content for this committed title will be indicated by the phrase "Not yet
                                 processed". Portico does not necessarily process content into the archive
                                 in the order in which it was originally published and therefore the Portico
                                 holdings can appear spotty at this level of detail. It is also possible for
                                 Portico to process an "update" to an article before processing the original
                                 issue, leading to a situation where an issue in the archive contains only
                                 one article until such time as the original submission and its full contents
                                 are processed. We will continue to process the back and current content
                                 of all our publishers until we are "caught up" and are only processing the
                                 future content on an ongoing basis.
                                  We provide this level of detail to support requests from librarians who are
                                 freeing shelf space at their institution and would like to do so by disposing
                                 We provide this level of detail to support requests from librarians who are
                                 freeing shelf space at their institution and would like to do so by disposing
                                 of the print volumes of content preserved in Portico.
PCA                              Some publishers choose to use Portico as one of the post-cancellation
                                 access (PCA) or perpetual access methods they provide to their subscriber
                                 libraries. Publishers either choose to provide PCA to all of their titles
                                 through Portico or none of their titles, they may not select titles for PCA.

PCA - No                         This title is not available for PCA through Portico.
PCA - Yes                        This title is available for PCA through Portico to institutional subscribers
                                 who licensed it from this publisher.
Print ISSN                       The ISSN assigned to the print version of a journal. If a publisher is
                                 providing Portico with a print ISSN for a title in the bibliographic data that
                                 accompanies each article, then that print ISSN will appear in this field. If
                                 the bibliographic data that is provided to Portico does not contain a print
                                 ISSN, then the print ISSN field in the Portico Holdings spreadsheet will be
                                 "N/A".
Status               The status of this title within Portico.
Status - Preserved   A title with the status of "Preserved has at least some content (and
                     perhaps all historical content) processed and preserved in the archive.
Status - Queued      A title with the status of "Queued" has not yet had any content preserved,
                     but it has been committed to Portico by the publisher.
Title                The title of the journal. Portico identifies content by the publisher of the
                     content, the print ISSN assigned in the bibliographic data for the content,
                     and the e-ISSN assigned in the bibliographic data for the content - the title
                     does not play a part in the identification of the content. Some publishers
                     provide content from previous titles catalogued under the current title and
                     ISSN of the journal. Other publishers provide Portico with the historical
                     content cataloged with the historical titles and ISSN. Portico uses this
                     information from the bibliographic metadata to confirm our rights to
                     preserve the content, and thus the holdings spreadsheet reflects how the
                     content is provided to Portico. We are looking forward to the ability to
                     provide additional and more flexible collection management facilities in the
                     future.

Years                The Years field provides a snapshot of the range of content currently
                     preserved in the Portico archive. As with Holdings, this information may
                     change from day-to-day and month-to-month as additional content is
                     processed. The first year is the earliest year for which some content is
                     preserved in the Portico archive and the last year is the latest year for
                     which some content is preserved in the Portico archive. Please note that
                     we may not yet have all the intervening years of content preserved, but we
                     fully expect to as we "catch up" on all the back content for this publisher.

				
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