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Inderscience publishes 50,000th paper
The Inderscience Online Collection has gone over the 50,000 mark for published papers online. The 50,000th paper published was 'Potential use of transport and dispersion model output to supplement Allied Tactical Publication-45 hazard area prediction templates' by Nathan Platt and Leo Jones, discussing the effect of wind changes on NATOs early warnings for nuclear/chemical/biological incidents. The paper was published in the Int. J. of Environment and Pollution (2012), Vol.48, No.1/2/3/4, pp.3038. The fully-searchable database represents a major research collection and may be searched free of charge at www.inderscience.com. Full-text papers are available to subscribers and pay-per-view users, unless otherwise marked. Subscriber details are available from firstname.lastname@example.org.