Geophysical Journal International
Edited By: Jeannot Trampert (Editor-In-Chief)
Impact Factor: 2.42
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 22/76 (Geochemistry & Geophysics)
Online ISSN: 1365-246X
An Editorial for Geophysical Journal International (November 2011), informing readers of changes to the journal, is available here. The most up-to-date Editor and pen portrait list is also available here.
Express Letters are expedited through the system and should address controversial topics, or present new data on a topic of broad interest. There is a strict five-page limit.
Recent Press Coverage
The Hills And Valleys Of Earth's Largest Salt 'Flat'
Click here to read the press release. Click here to view the abstract to the full article, Topography of the salar de Uyuni, Bolivia from kinematic GPS.
NASA Scientist Finds a New Way to the Center of the Earth
Click here to read the press release. Click here to view the abstract to the full article, Defining the translational velocity of the reference frame of Earth .
All content for Geophysical Journal International now available online
Geophysical Journal International is delighted to announce 85 years of content now available online . Issues date back to Volume 1, Issue 1, first published in March 1922. For further information on how to access this content please visit our Librarian Site.
Student Author Award Scheme
Designed to recognise and acknowledge the 'best papers’ submitted to Geophysical Journal International from young scientists in the field, manuscripts are short listed by our high profile Editorial Board and highlighted on the Geophysical Journal International homepage. [To qualify, students are required to be the first author at submission].
The 2012 winners will receive a cash prize and a certificate, and acknowledgement will be made at the American Geophysical Union meeting in December 2012 and the European Geophysical Union General Assembly meeting in 2013
2012 Student Author Award Winner
Geophysical Journal International is delighted to announce 3 winners for 2012; Joanne Adam, Kui Liu and David Marchant
View one of the winning articles below with FREE ACCESS!
Azimuthal anisotropy beneath southern Africa, from very-broadband, surface-wave dispersion measurements
Joanne Adam and Sergei Lebedev
Submit your Manuscript Online
Geophysical Journal International welcomes submissions at any time from scientists world-wide via ScholarOne Manuscripts. A guide to using the system is available as a PDF file. GJI aims to publish all papers in a timely fashion.
Geophysical Journal International features Early View articles. These articles are in final form and published online in advance of their appearance in a regular issue. They have been through the full peer review process, and proofs have been corrected by the author.
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Authors of articles in this journal can now choose to make their articles open access and available free for all readers through the payment of an author fee. Read more.
Free Online Access in the Developing World
Access to this journal is available free online within institutions in the developing world through the OARE Initiative (Online Access to Research in the Environment) in conjunction with UNEP, the United Nations Environment Programme.