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Receive notice of new journal issues or new articles in your discipline through email alerts or RSS feeds. Alerts are provided by most journals and publishers. Also, most journals and publishers provide topic-specific alerts. If you only want to receive alerts from a couple journals, signing up for alerts for those titles is the best way to go. The following is a selected list of publishers and publications that provide free alerts whether you or your library subscribe to a publication or not.
Journal TOCs - " the largest, free and searchable collection of scholarly journal Tables of Contents (TOCs) in the world. It contains TOCs for over 14,000 journals collected from over 500 publishers."
Google Scholar recently released an email alerting service. Just run your search and click the mail icon at the top of the page to start receiving alerts with new resources it has indexed matching your search criteria.
Meteorological & Geoastrophysical Abstracts - provides an email alerting service. Just run your search and click the mail icon at the top of the page to start receiving alerts with new resources it has indexed matching your search criteria.
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