Climate of the Past (CP) is an international scientific journal dedicated to the publication and discussion of research on the climate history of the Earth. CP covers all temporal scales of climate change and variability, from the geologic timescale to multidecadal studies of the last century. Studies focussing mainly on the present and future climate are not within scope.
E&G Quaternary Science Journal (EGQSJ) is an interdisciplinary open-access journal published by the German Quaternary Association (DEUQUA) since 1951, and it is one of the longest-running journals related to Quaternary research. EGQSJ publishes peer-reviewed articles and express reports, as well as thesis abstracts related to Quaternary geology, paleo-environments, paleo-ecology, soil science, paleo-climatology, geomorphology, geochronology, archaeology, and geoarchaeology focussing on, but not limited to, research from central Europe.
Earth Surface Dynamics (ESurf) is an international scientific journal dedicated to the publication and discussion of high quality research on the physical, chemical and biological processes shaping Earth's surface and their interactions on all scales.
Earth System Dynamics (ESD) is an international scientific journal dedicated to the publication and public discussion of studies that investigate the various interactions in the Earth system and their underlying mechanisms, ways how these can be conceptualized, modelled, and quantified, predictions of the overall system behaviour to global changes, and the impacts for its habitability, humanity, and future Earth system management by human decision making.
Earth System Science Data (ESSD) is an international, interdisciplinary journal for the publication of articles on original research data(sets), seeking to further the reuse of high (reference) quality data to the benefit of Earth System Sciences. The editors encourage submissions on original data or data collections which are of sufficient quality and potential impact to contribute to these aims.
The European Journal of Mineralogy (EJM) was founded to reach a large audience on an international scale and also for achieving closer cooperation of European countries in the publication of scientific results. The founding societies have set themselves the task of publishing a journal of the highest standard open to all scientists performing mineralogical research in the widest sense of the term, all over the world.
Geochronology (GChron) is an international scientific journal dedicated to the discussion and publication of high-quality research on the physical, chemical, and biological processes used to quantify time in all environmental and geological settings throughout Earth's history.
Geoscience Communication (GC) is a journal to help share knowledge and give more "traditional" recognition to science communication in the geosciences. Science communication is used as an umbrella term by GC to cover all aspects of outreach, public engagement, widening participation, knowledge exchange, and any other initiatives within the scope of the journal. It can be thought of as any initiative which seeks to communicate an aspect of geoscience to a wider audience than the experts within that particular field.
Geographica Helvetica (GH), the Swiss Journal of Geography, publishes contributions in all fields of geography as well as in related neighbouring disciplines. It is a multi-lingual journal, accepting articles in English as well as in three of Switzerland's four national languages, German, French and Italian.
Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems (GI) is an open-access, interdisciplinary electronic journal for swift publication of original articles and short communications in the area of geoscientific instruments. A unique feature of the journal is the emphasis on the synergy between science and technology that facilitates advances in GI.
Geoscientific Model Development (GMD) is an international scientific journal dedicated to the publication and public discussion of the description, development and evaluation of numerical models of the Earth System and its components.