700 pages per year might be small by physics standards, but
in mathematics, say, it's not far from the median. While
there are a few giant journals in mathematics (but even
those are modest by Phys. Rev. norms), most are pretty
small ones. In fact, many of the new commercially published
math journals (rather specialized, as that seems to be
the current trend) only have around 400 pages.
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