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Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union
Volume 51, Issue 10, page 662, October 1970
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Nearly everybody around here has complained about the lateness of the 1969 JGR index, or wondered whether his copy has been lost. I enthusiastically share these feelings; for a volume as thick as a year of JGR it is a serious and frequent inconvenience to have to work without an index. I am sure that the librarians must be seething because they can't bind their volumes.
I appreciate the fact that it is a big job to make an index; but it's a job that must be done, and a delay of over 9 months really has to be considered unacceptable. If absolutely necessary, you should get out the author index right away, and issue the subject index later. In fact, some journals have started to print a cumulative author index in each issue; this is a very valuable device.