We are delighted to announce that the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry has chosen Wiley-Blackwell as their publishing partner. I would like to take this opportunity to highlight what the relationship between SETAC and Wiley-Blackwell will mean for you, the SETAC member. We pride ourselves on our commitment to societies in all disciplines, and offer some standard benefits to members of societies publishing with Wiley-Blackwell. Your membership in SETAC will entitle you to seamless online access to both society titles: Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry and Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management through logging onto the society website (www.setac.org). The Journals will sit on our platform, InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com), where you can sign up for electronic Table of Contents alerts, download article citations directly into your own reference management software, and stay up-to-date with alerts to articles that match your research interests.
We also welcome you to read highlighted articles and news from relevant Wiley-Blackwell titles on our subject-specific supersites:
Environmental Science (http://www3.interscience.wiley. com/browse/?type=&subject=EN60&titles=true)
The content refreshes monthly, and will spotlight journal content from the SETAC journals when appropriate. Society members will also receive 20% off all Wiley books.
There is exciting news for the future specific to ET&C and IEAM, as well. As your publishing partner, we will offer guidance and statistical analysis to improve the journal's standing in the ISI rankings (or journal inclusion, as in the case with IEAM). We have also been working with the editorial offices on finding ways to cut time to publication. The move to Manuscript Central, an online submission and tracking system, will make submitting papers to the journal easier. Articles will continue to appear online ahead of print through our EarlyView service. These EarlyView articles are fully citable the moment they are released. The editorial visions for both Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry and Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management are very clear and these steps will serve to strengthen their standing within the environmental science list. We look forward to a long and rewarding partnership with SETAC.
All the best,