GeoScienceWorld selects ACCUCOMS for sales representation in Europe

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27 February 2012 | Alexandria, VA, USA  – GeoScienceWorld (GSW) is very pleased to announce a new sales representation agreement with ACCUCOMS. Effective immediately, ACCUCOMS will provide sales representation and customer service for GSW in Europe, including Turkey.

Alix Vance, Executive Director of GSW says, “GeoScienceWorld is used and valued by pre-eminent
universities, government agencies, and corporations in Europe, and we are committed to expanding
our service presence even further. ACCUCOMS representatives have expertise and a track record
working with customers in the earth sciences and speak many local languages. We are confident that
our clients will benefit from our new representation in this region.”

Pinar Erzin, Managing Director of ACCUCOMS adds, “GeoScienceWorld is a unique nonprofit
organization that serves peer reviewed journal literature from 26 publishers to researchers in more
than 40 countries. We look forward to building upon the success that we have had representing The
Geological Society of London and Geological Society of America. We are passionate about building
up a customer base for GSW in Europe and look forward to assisting institutions with the acquisition
and use of this valuable electronic research resource.”

About GeoScienceWorld
GeoScienceWorld is a U.S. nonprofit organization established nearly a decade ago with the vision of
making earth science research easily and economically available online. The platform hosts 40 peer-reviewed
geoscience journals from 26 global publishers, which are fully integrated with the American
Geological Institute’s GeoRef, the premier abstracting and indexing database in the field of earth
sciences. Today GSW serves millions of worldwide users annually.

GSW’s founding organizations are: American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), American
Geological Institute (AGI), Geological Society of America (GSA), Geological Society of London (GSL),
Mineralogical Society of America (MSA), Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM), and Society of
Exploration Geophysicists (SEG).

Contact Person(s):

Simon Boisseau