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Edited By: Makoto Ito and Susumu Umino
Impact Factor: 1.148
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 125/175 (Geosciences Multidisciplinary)
Online ISSN: 1440-1738
2014 Impact Factor released!
Island Arc has increased it's impact factor to 1.148. Read, cite the journal, or submit your paper to keep contributing to the success of Island Arc.
Island Arc is online only since 2013
Online Content Is Now Available Back to Volume 1
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Island Arc Award: Message from the Editor
A new 'Island Arc Award' has been established to recognize Island Arc articles that contribute the most to our journal both through scientific achievement and impact in the scientific community. We hope this award will act as an encouragement for authors to contribute further to their science and our journal. The first Award was presented in September 2007 at the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan. The Award will be judged by a panel consisting of the two Editors-in-Chief and all Editorial Advisory Board members and will consist of a certificate signed by both JGS and Wiley, a memorial medal and US$500 (in total). One article will be selected each year for this Award. Don't miss the chance! Send your ground-breaking results to Island Arc today! We are looking forward to welcoming submissions of an even greater number of first-rate articles!
Makoto Ito and Susumu Umino
Announcing the Winner of the 2014 Island Arc Award
Dissecting large earthquakes in Japan: Role of arc magma and fluids
Dapeng Zhao, M. Santosh and Akira Yamada
Volume 19, Issue 1, pp 4-16 (2010)
Announcing the Winner of the 2014 Most Downloaded Award
The editorial board and The Geological Society of Japan would like to announce the winner of the '2014 Most Downloaded Award'. This paper was the most downloaded of 2013 of those papers published between 2008 and 2012.
Review of the Pilbara Craton and Fortescue Basin, Western Australia: Crustal evolution providing environments for early life
Arthur Hugh Hickman
Volume 21, Issue 1, pp 1-31 (2012)
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