The Swiss Journal of Geosciences publishes original research and review articles, with a particular focus on the geological evolution of the Tethys realm and the Alpine/Himalayan orogen. By consolidating the former Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae and the Swiss Bulletin of Mineralogy and Petrology, this international journal covers all disciplines of the solid Earth Sciences, including their practical applications.
The journal welcomes articles that are of wide interest to the international research community, while at the same time recognising the importance of documenting high-quality geoscientific data in a regional context, including the occasional publication of geoscientific maps.
Impact factor in 2016: 1.533; 5-year impact factor: 1.593
In addition to the three regular issues per year, thematic "Supplementary Issues" are published at irregular intervals.
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Dr. Daniel Marty, e-mail: email@example.com
Prof. Dr. em. Stefan Schmid, Institute of Geophysics, ETH Zürich, Switzerland, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Dr. Wilfried Winkler, Geological Institute, ETH Zürich, Switzerland, e-mail: email@example.com
Mineralogy, Petrology and Geochemistry
Prof. Dr. Edwin Gnos, Muséum d'histoire naturelle de Genève, Genève, Switzerland, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Daniel Marty, Office de la Culture, Paléontologie A16, CH-2900 Porrentruy, Switzerland, e-mail: email@example.com
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Since 1874 the journal "Schweizerischen Paläontologischen Abhandlungen (Mémoires suisses de Paléontologie)" was published by the Natural History Museum Basel. The journal appeared as a monograph and although dedicated to diverse aspects of Palaeontology, its main focus was on taxonomy. Numerous important contributions gave the journal a strong identity within and outside the palaeontological community. In order to improve visibility of the journal, the commission of the "Schweizerischen Paläontologischen Abhandlungen" decided to adhere to internationa standards and changed the journal's name into Swiss Journal of Palaeontology (Swiss J Palaeontol) with its own website at Birkhäuser/Springer. An international team of editors and a professional publisher guarantee a high standard for the publications. The Swiss Journal of Palaeontology apprears twice yearly, allowing both traditional articles and monographies.
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen
Bulletin Suisse de Minéralogie et Pétrographie
Bolletino Svizzero di Mineralogia e Petrografia
The Swiss Bulletin of Mineralogy and Petrology (SBMP) was published from 1921 to 2005 in three issues per year with papers of international level in mineralogy, petrography, geochemistry, structural geology, isotope geology, ore deposits, applied mineralogy and related fields. SBMP/SMPM is fully digitized and searchable. The archive is offered by seals - the swiss electronic academic library service.
Of particular interest are Special Issues, for example:
2007: Central Alps (85/2-3)
2005: Geological map of Val Malenco (81/1)
2004: Geodynamics and ore deposit evolution of the Alpine-Carpathian-Balkan-Dinaride orogenic system (84/1-2)
2002: Diagenesis and low-grade metamorphism (82/2)
1999: The new metamorphic map of the Alps (79/1)
1998: IEC 97 - Fifth International Eclogite Conference (78/1)
1997: Geology and evolution of the Proterozoic-Paleozoic basement in the Alps (77/3)
1996: Transition from Penninic to Austroalpine units in the Bergell Alps, with geological map of Bergell Alps (76/3)