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Earth and Planetary Science Letters


 

Status
active
Indexing
AGI's Bibliography and Index of Geology, Bulletin Signalétique, Chemical Abstracts, Current Contents, GEOBASE, INSPEC, Meteorological and Geoastrophysical Abstracts, Mineralogical Abstracts, PASCAL/CNRS, Physikalische Berichte, Scopus
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0012-821X
First volume
1
Last volume
268+
Publish city
Amsterdam
Homepage
Description
Since its first appearance in 1966, Earth and Planetary Science Letters has built up an enviable reputation. Its successful formula of presenting high-quality research articles with minimal delay has made it one of the most important sources of information in its field. The articles published reflect the great impact made on research in the geosciences by the use of successful research methods from other disciplines such as chemistry, physics, and mathematics. It also covers research into all aspects of lunar studies, plate tectonics, ocean floor spreading, and continental drift, as well as basic studies of the physical, chemical and mechanical properties of the Earth's crust and mantle, the atmosphere and the hydrosphere.

Mid 2002 a new section of short reviews called Frontiers was introduced within Earth and Planetary Science Letters. These high profile papers are written by leading experts and published as the opening pages to regular EPSL issues. The papers fill an important niche of fast communications that bring the scientific community up-to-speed on interesting new areas of science.











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