GAIA Frequently Asked Questions
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- I'm having technical problems with the site
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At the search page, you may enter keywords into the search engine. In addition, by creating an account and logging into the eScholarship Repository, you may save the results of your searches and choose to be notified about future publications matching your area of interest.
The e-mail of the author is typically listed on the title page of the article's PDF file. If none is listed, no e-mail is available. You might consider contacting the volume editor instead.
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Feel free to link to the Web site and individual publications (for exact citation method see below). Suggested linking methods.
A suggested citation format is always listed on the page from which you download an article or chapter.
Please see the FAQ for Authors and Prospective Authors.
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