Central European Journal of Geosciences

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Central European Journal of Geosciences
  • ISSN:2081-9900
  • eISSN:1896-1517
  • Publisher:Versita, co-published with Springer Verlag
  • Scope:Geology, Geophysics, Geography, Geomicrobiology, Oceanography and Hydrology, Glaciology, Atmospheric Sciences, Speleology, Soil Science
  • Owner:De Gruyter Open
  • Distributor:Springer Verlag

CEJG becomes OPEN GEOSCIENCES

Scientific publishing has reached the point where unrestricted access to publications has become crucial for the development of the academic community. As we have already announced, the Central European Journal of Geosciences (CEJG) has now been changed into an Open Access journal. This will also be reflected in the journal’s new title, as starting from Volume 2015 CEJG will become OPEN GEOSCIENCES (http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/geo). However, the coverage in the Abstracting/Indexing services will remain unchanged.

We are grateful to the contributing authors, reviewers and readers for their loyalty and constant interest in our journal, and we are looking forward to greeting all new members. 

 

CENTRAL EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF GEOSCIENCES GOES OPEN ACCESS

 

De Gruyter Open is excited to announce a groundbreaking publishing initiative. Central European Journal of Geosciences (CEJG) is now becoming open access, which means freely available to everyone, anywhere in the world.  Starting with volume 2015, CEJG will provide our users with free, instant, and permanent access to all content worldwide. This is a fantastic opportunity for our authors, since we can now guarantee the widest possible readership for their works – including a new generation of readers, both inside and outside the field of geosciences. Hence very soon, we aim for CEJG to become a major high-impact journal in the world of geosciences.

 

As the most important aspect of the journal has always been the quality of its published research, we are happy to confirm that CEJX will maintain its practice of detailed and critical peer review, as well as its extensive editorial involvement throughout the publication process. CEJG will also explore new ways to distribute its content, thus making it much more visible to the academic community. As a result, not only are we confident that CEJG will continue to maintain the high standard of scholarship it currently enjoys, but we expect this new opportunity to attract increasingly exciting research in volumes to come.

 

Moreover, it must be pointed out that the preparation of a peer-reviewed, edited, and formatted article for online publication and hosting it on a server that remains accessible around the clock - is not without costs. These expenses will be covered by Article Processing Charges (APCs), which are paid by the author’s funder, sponsor or affiliated institution. However, we are glad to inform that De Gruyter Open decided to waive APCs for all articles to be published in volume 2015.

 

Finally, all new submissions to CEJG will be considered for publication in the 2015 volume. 

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Editor-in-Chief: 

Robert J. Bodnar, Department of Geosciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA 

Managing Editor: 

Michał BuchaMichal.Bucha@degruyteropen.com

Associate Editor:

Marcelina Dąbrowska, University of Gdańsk, Poland
Krzysztof Gaidzik, Faculty of Earth Sciences, University of Silesia, Poland
István Gábor Hatvani, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Pilar Lecumberri-Sanchez, Department of Geosciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
Matthew Steele-MacInnis, Department of Geosciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

Editorial Advisory Board:

Svante Björck, Lund University, Sweden
Hai Cheng, University of Minnesota, USA
Fernando Corfu, University of Oslo, Norway
Chuck DeMets, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Donald Dingwell, Queen's University, Northern Ireland, UK
Rodney C. Ewing, University of Michigan, USA
Adrás Galácz, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
Jibamitra Ganguly, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA
Aleksander Garlicki, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
Michael Ghil
, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Bernhard Grasemann, University of Vienna, Austria
Robert D. Hatcher, Jr., University of Tennessee, USA
Simon Leigh Harley, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Ann Henderson-Sellers
, Macquarie University, Australia
Robert W. Howarth, Cornell University, USA
James C. Hower, University of Kentucky, USA
Emil Jelínek, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republicc
Philip D Jones, University of East Anglia, UK
Ervīns Lukševičs, University of Latvia, Latvia
Joseph G. Meert, University of Florida, USA
Stephen J. Mojzsis, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
Klaus Mosegaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Bjorn Mysen, Carnegie Institution of Washington, USA
Yaoling Niu, Durham University, UK
Artem R. Oganov, State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
Aral I. Okay, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
David W. Peate, University of Iowa, USA
Nick Petford, Bournemouth University, UK
Roger A. Pielke, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
Dušan Plašienka, Comenius University of Bratislava, Slovakia
Gheorghe Popescu, University of Bucharest, Romania
Marián Putiš, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia
Paula J. Reimer, Queen's University Belfast, UK
Surendra K. Saxena, Florida International University, USA
Tsugio Shibata, Okayama University, Japan
Stefan Schmid, University of Basel, Switzerland
Charlotte Schreiber
, University of Washington, USA
Miroslav Štemprok, Charles University, Czech Republic
Robert Talbot, University of New Hampshire, USA
Tuncay Taymaz, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Jan Veizer, University of Ottawa, Canada
E. Bruce Watson, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Sheng Xu, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Ivan Zagorchev, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
Vitālijs Zelčs, University of Latvia, Latvia

Editors

Atmospheric chemistry
Richard Damoah, University of Waterloo, Canada

Atmospheric physics
Anne T. Case Hanks, University of Louisiana at Monroe, USA

Climatology
Steve E. George, Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACE CRC), Australia
Nir Y. Krakauer, City University of New York, USA
Wolfram Kürschner, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Geochemistry
Ian B. Butler, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Jiří Faimon, Masaryk University, Czech Republic

Geochronology
Geoffrey Batt, The University of Western Australia, Australia

Geography
Mike Rogerson, University of Hull, UK

Geoinformatics 
Diofantos Hadjimitsis, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
Biswajeet Pradhan, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

Geomagnetics
Ján Šimkanin, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Geomicrobiology
Márta Polgári, Research Centre for Astronomy and Geosciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

Geomorphology
Lucian Drăguţ, West University of Timişoara, Romania
Marek Ewertowski, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

Geostatistics
Leonardo Feltrin, James Cook University, Australia

Geotectonics
Steffen Abe, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Caroline M. Burberry, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Geotourism
Slobodan B. Marković, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Glaciology
Krzysztof Migała, Wrocław University, Poland

Gravimetry
Ladislav Brimich, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia

Hydrology
Ninghu Su, James Cook University, Australia

Meteorology
Massimo A. Bollasina, Princeton University, USA
Róbert Mészáros, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary

Mineralogy
Andrew G. Christy, Australian National University, Australia
Reinhard Kaindl, Joanneum Research, Austria
Marta Mileusnic, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Oceanography
Jan Jędrasik, University of Gdańsk, Poland

Paleontology 
Stoyanova Vyara Idakieva, Sofia University, Bulgaria 
Radovan Kyška Pipík
, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia

Petrology
Gordan Bedekovic, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Alistair C. Hack , ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Sedimentology
Katrin Heindel, University of Vienna, Austria
János Kovács, University of Pécs, Hungary
 
Seismology

Giovanni Leucci, Istituto per I Beni Archeologici e Monumentali (IBAM), Italy
Zoltan Weber
, Seismological Observatory, Budapest, Hungary

Soil science
Peter Becker-Heidmann, University of Hamburg, Germany
Liming Ye ,Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China,
                    Ghent University, Belgium

Stratigraphy
Daria Ivanova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

Structural Geology
Jiří Žák, Charles University, Czech Republic

Speleology
Mitja Prelovšek, Karst Research Institute, Slovenia

Volcanology
Károly Németh, Massey University, New Zealand
Francesco Stoppa, G.d'Annunzio University, Italy
 

Language Editors:

Fern Beavis, Australian National University
Carys Bennett, University of Leicester, UK
Sarah K. Brown, University of Portsmouth, UK
Joanna Denton, Lancaster University, UK
Daniel Helman, California State University Long Beach, USA
Ross Herbert, University of Leeds, UK
Ulyana Nadia Horodyskyj, Brown University, USA
Tracy Lund, Minnesota Department of Health, USA
Ryan Ickert, University of Alberta, Canada
Sarah Martin, Geological Survey of Western, Australia
Christyanne Melendez, Appalachian State University, USA
Sophie Pearson, GNS Science, New Zealand
Suzie Plumb, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, UK
Dominic Salisbury, University of Leeds, UK

Managing Editor

Michał Bucha 
Michal.Bucha@degruyteropen.com