Edited By: Kurt Konhauser
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Geobiology is a multidisciplinary journal at the interface of geoscience, environmental science, and biology, providing a natural home for geobiological research.
Our journal explores the relationship between life and the Earth's physical and chemical environment. We are especially look for cross-disciplinary papers with both geological and biological elements, emphasizing the co-evolutionary interactions between life and its physical environment.
Microbial mats and their palaeoenvironmental analysis in offshore – shelf facies of the Los Molles Formation (Toarcian – Lower Callovian) in the Chacay Melehue area, Neuquén Basin, Argentina
-  22 November 2023
Contrasting morphology and growth habits of Frutexites in Late Devonian reef complexes of the Canning Basin, northwestern Australia
-  20 November 2023
-  15 October 2023
The cover image is based on the Research Article White and green rust chimneys accumulate RNA in a ferruginous chemical garden by Vanessa Helmbrecht et al., https://doi.org/10.1111/gbi.12572
Distinctive microfossil supports early Paleoproterozoic rise in complex cellular organisation
-  6 October 2023
Divergence time estimates for the hypoxia-inducible factor-1 alpha (HIF1α) reveal an ancient emergence of animals in low-oxygen environments
-  26 September 2023
The following is a list of the most cited articles based on citations published in the last three years, according to CrossRef.
Exopolymeric substances of sulfate‐reducing bacteria: Interactions with calcium at alkaline pH and implication for formation of carbonate minerals
-  6 August 2007
Towards a consistent classification scheme for geochemical environments, or, why we wish the term ‘suboxic’ would go away
-  11 August 2009
Serpentinization as a source of energy at the origin of life
-  9 November 2010
Oceanic oxygenation events in the anoxic Ediacaran ocean
-  30 March 2016