The online journal is at http://www.jwildlifedis.org/
JWD Online contains the full content of each issue of the journal. In addition, the full text is searchable by keyword, and the cited references include hyperlinks to Medline and to the full text of many other online journals.
The electronic versions of the most recent 18 months of full text articles are available free of charge to student members, regular members, and subscribers. Table of contents and abstracts are free to all. The electronic versions of the Journal from 1965 until the most recent 18 months are available free-of-charge to members and non-members alike.
Online full-text content begins with the 1965 volume. Each new issue will be placed online approximately on the date it is mailed to subscribers, so the online site may be days or even weeks ahead of your receipt of a paper copy.
The Wildlife Disease Association in partnership with the Wildlife Conservation Society, Global Health Programs (WCS-GHP) have sponsored free electronic access to all issues of the Journal including issues from the most recent 18 months for people from over 130 countries. The Wildlife Disease Association very much appreciates the support of the WCS-GHP in this program.
This site is produced in conjunction with Stanford University's HighWire Press, which also works with other medical and research journals, such as Science Magazine, the Journal of Biological Chemistry, and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
How to Use the JWD Site
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