Jubilee medal design based very
roughly on the silver jubilee medal of Queen Elizabeth II of Great
AND SELECTED COMMENTS
- Solstice cover materials translated
into Ukranian, August 25, 2011; many thanks to Galina
was a Pirelli INTERNETional
Semi-Finalist, 2001 (top 80 out of over 1000 entries worldwide)
article in Solstice was a Pirelli
INTERNETional Award Semi-Finalist, 2003 (Spatial Synthesis Sampler).
Mathematical Monthly, September
1992, in Telegraphic Reviews section notes Solstice as "one of the world's
first electronic journals using TeX." L. A. Steen.
News, 25 January, 1992. Article about Solstice.
AAAS, 29 November, 1991. Article about Solstice.
IN DIRECTORIES AND DATABASES
is listed as a "Collection" in the persistent online archive, DeepBlue, of The University
of Michigan library. It is listed under "Mathematical Geography"
on the Collections link.
is listed in the Directory of Open
Journals maintained by the University of Lund where it is
as a "searchable" journal.
is listed on the journals section of the website of the American
is listed in the EBSCO
is listed on the website of the Numerical Cartography Lab of The Ohio
- Solstice is
listed in Geoscience
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