Published quarterly by Cambridge University Press, Paleobiology features "original content of any length…dealing with any aspect of biological paleontology." Under the Open Access tab readers will find the journal's collection of open-access articles that can be filtered by date of publication. As of this write-up the Paleobiology is on its 46th edition and features 34 open-access articles. Each article record contains an abstract and list of references. Readers can select articles of interest and export citations, download full articles in PDF form, or save articles to their Kindle, Dropbox, or Google Drive. Users can also browse the Latest Issue, or view archived open-access content dating back to the first issues (released in 1975) under the All Issues tab, using the filtering tool on the left-hand side to narrow results to open-access content. Recent open-access materials include "The many faces of synapsid cranial allometry" and "Power, competition, and the nature of history." Readers may also enjoy the Most Cited page, which highlights the Paleobiology articles most frequently cited in other academic publications. As of this write-up, the frontrunner is "Exaptation - a Missing Term in the Science of Form," which has been cited over 2,000 times. Paleobiology's editorial board is led by Editor-in-Chief Mark Patzkowsky, a professor of Geosciences at The Pennsylvania State University.