ScienceOpen is happy to announce the addition of a new open-access journal in our collection: Geosystems and Geoenvironment (GeoGeo). ScienceOpen has provided indexing services for GeoGeo as part of this collaboration, which will add high-quality research to our growing discovery database of over 76 million scholarly records.
Published by Elsevier on behalf of Ocean University of China, Geosystems and Geoenvironment provides an open platform for the rapid publication of the most recent high-quality original research articles as well as timely reviews, research papers, letters, and discussions in the interdisciplinary fields of Earth and Environment Sciences.
GeoGeo is a new, full open access journal with no page or article processing fees, publishing four volumes each year. Its research spans several fields within Earth, Planetary, and Environmental Sciences, all of which have made significant advances in recent years, with an increasing emphasis on integrated and interdisciplinary research.
Although the body of knowledge and research in these fields is constantly expanding, there is still a need for an integrated platform to publish groundbreaking data and findings, as well as innovative concepts and models, related to the emergence and all related aspects of surface or deep Earth Systems and their planetary equivalents.
Geosystems and Geoenvironment intends to fill this void by developing such a platform, which will be integrated with high-quality original research and timely reviews in Earth and Environmental Sciences.
GeoGeo, sponsored by Ocean University of China and Pilot National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology (Qingdao), aims to become a fully free open access journal that provides the best possible service to the scientific community and society.
Explore GeoGeo’s opening issue!
All related topics of surface or deep Earth Systems and their planetary equivalents are covered in the Geosystems and Geoenvironment article categories, including geological and geodynamic processes, climate dynamics and deep-time paleoclimate, modern and paleo-environment, ocean dynamics and paleo-oceanological processes, ecology, petrology, geochemistry, geophysics, paleontology, economic geology, etc.
On the featured collection page, you can discover titles such as:
- Passive magmatism on Earth and Earth-like planets
- Characterization of geo-material parameters: Gene concept and big data approach in geotechnical engineering
- Episodic habitation and abandonment of Neolithic civilization sites in the Vaigai River Basin, Southern India
- Geochemical constraints on mantle source nature and recycling of subducted sediments in the Sulu Sea
- The India-Eurasia convergence system: Late Oligocene to early Miocene passive roof thrusting driven by deep-rooted duplex stacking
GeoGeo’s publications are now easier to find and benefit from ScienceOpen’s interactive network. Authors of the journal can claim their publications on ScienceOpen by creating a free account and linking it to their ORCID. This allows them to add lay summaries, keywords, thumbnail images, and other details to their publication record’s metadata.
Furthermore, all the titles in their collection can now be easily shared with ScienceOpen’s diverse base of registered users and other interested scholars on various social media platforms, including Sina Weibo in China.
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