(McLean, VA) November 27, 2023 – GeoScienceWorld (GSW) is pleased to welcome the Journal of the Geological Society of India (JGSI) to our growing journal collection. The flagship publication of the Geological Society of India, JGSI is the preeminent earth sciences journal in India. The journal covers all branches of earth systems science with the aim to promote the advanced study and research of the geology of India. Over 1,300 articles from 1969 through the present move from the Springer Publishing platform to the GSW platform beginning January 1, 2024.
“Joining the GSW community allows our society to maintain its independence and high publishing standards,” said N. Rajendran, Secretary General, Geological Society of India, Geological Society of India. “We are pleased to be a partner in GSW’s nonprofit mission to disseminate and advance earth science research.”
“Adding the premier geology journal of India to our research platform, GSW significantly expands its regional focus in an area that is of value and meaningful interest to academic and industry researchers internationally,” said Phoebe McMellon, CEO of GeoScienceWorld. “This content addition will expand the scope of our already robust offerings and will help introduce new users to the GSW platform.”
About the Geological Society of India
The society was established in 1958 to promote the cause of advanced studies and research in all branches of earth systems science connected with India. The Journal of the Geological Society of India first published in 1959, has since then not missed a single issue or the time schedule of its publication. Today it is the leading earth sciences journal in India. The Journal publishes peer-reviewed articles under the category of Review Papers, Research Papers, Short Communications, Notes, Corporate News, Correspondence, Discussion and Book Review. The articles published deal with all aspects of the Earth System Science. The Journal aims to promote the cause of advanced study and research in all branches of geology connected with India, and to disseminate the findings of geological research in India through the publication.
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