Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science

The Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, established in 1872, constitutes the official publication of the Kansas Academy of Science. The Transactions is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal for all subjects of biological, cultural, and physical sciences, mathematics and computer science, history and philosophy of science, and science education. The Transactions are published (in paper) twice a year--issues 1 & 2 in spring, and issues 3 & 4 in autumn.

We offer titles, authors, and abstracts for articles in issues from 1992-2000. From 2001 on, the information can be obtained via BioOne.

Volumne 104 (2001) - current issue
See BioOne: List of Issues

Special Reports:

Symposium on geospatial analysis in the Great Plains (1997)

A brief history of the Kansas Academy of Science (1998)

KAS position on teaching evolution in public schools (2006)

Mike Everhart ( and Pamela Everhart ( are co-editors of the Transactions. They work with authors and our publisher, Allen Press, to insure continued quality of the Transactions. We invite authors to submit articles on any topic of science, science education or science history with a particular focus on Kansas and the Great Plains region.

Please see instructions to authors for more information.

Online Databases

The Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science is included in the following online bibliographic databases of published articles from reliable scientific sources. These databases are accessible through subscribing libraries worldwide.

BioOne for recent issues

JSTOR for archive issues

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