GeoScienceWorld (GSW) is pleased to announce new partnerships with Kriyadocs and Technica Editorial Services (Technica Editorial) to provide comprehensive publishing solutions for its Open Access community journal, Lithosphere. These partnerships build on Lithosphere’s strong author-centric and editor-centric ethos and support GSW’s drive towards expanding Open Access content in the earth science research community. 

Kriyadocs, a document collaboration platform for scholarly publishers, simplifies publishing workflows from submission to reviewing to distribution. The platform is built and continuously developed through co-creation and collaboration with the user community. With more than 18 years of experience in the industry, Kriyadocs provides end-to-end publishing solutions to a global clientele of leading academic, professional, and scholarly publishers.

With more than 30 years of publishing experience, Technica Editorial delivers reliable, top-tier editorial services to authors, publishers, university presses, and societies. Technica Editorial leverages its unique understanding of the complete editorial management process of books, journals, and magazines to help publishers maintain an effective peer review workflow based on industry standards and best practices.

Kriyadocs and Technica Editorial began collaborating in 2019 on publishing projects for journal and book publishers. Their unique partnership combines a state-of-the-art content delivery and peer review platform with premier editorial services. Together, Kriyadocs and Technica Editorial provide publishers with a complete support and content delivery package — from manuscript submission through final delivery of content, data, and related information. 

GSW originally acquired Lithosphere from The Geological Society of America in September 2019 and since then has expanded its scope to include coverage of research in all areas of earth, planetary and environmental sciences. Lithosphere will continue to serve as a venue to publish valuable additions to the research literature, including confirmatory and null findings – helping to meet these largely unmet needs in geosciences.

Similar Posts