Quotation from Science (American Association for the Advancement of Science),
29 November, 1991, p. 1291
When the AAAS and OCLC Online Computer Library Center announced the scheduled debut next year of their new journal--The Online Journal of Current Clinical Trials--they said it would be the world's first peer-reviewed, online science journal (Science, 27 September, p. 1480). Since then, two other such journals have made their presence known to Science. They are Solstice: An Electronic Journal of Geography and Mathematics, published by Sandra Lach Arlinghaus of the Institute of Mathematical Geography in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Flora Online, published by Richard H. Zander, curator of botany at the Buffalo Museum of Science. Both have been around for about 2 years and are available free over several popular research computer networks."