AUSTRIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES is the official journal of the Austrian Geological, Mineralogical and Palaeontological Societies, hosted by a country that is famous for its spectacular mountains that are the birthplace for many geological and mineralogical concepts in modern Earth science. Further information on the journal may also be obtained from the local website at: www.ajes.at
AUSTRIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCE focuses on all aspects relevant to the geosciences of the Alps, Bohemian Massif and surrounding areas. Contributions on other regions are welcome if they embed their findings into a conceptual framework that relates the contribution to Alpine-type orogens and Alpine regions in general and are thus relevant to an international audience. Contributions are subject to peer review and editorial control according to SCI guidelines to ensure that the required standard of scientific excellence is maintained.
AUSTRIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES is a peer reviewed journal.
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The journal of the Austrian Geological Society is published for more than 100 years, starting in 1908 as ‘Mitteilungen der Geologischen Gesellschaft in Wien’. Traditionally, the main focus of the journal is on Alpine and Austrian geology and applied geosciences but contributions to all aspects of Earth Sciences are welcome. Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences is an Open Access Journal hosted as of 2018 by SCIENDO. For earlier back issues go to the Archive section at: ajes.at/index.php/archive
Contributions are subject to peer review and editorial control according to SCI guidelines to ensure that the required standard of scientific excellence is maintained. AUSTRIAN JOURNAL OF EARTH SCIENCES has no processing or submission charges. The journal is published fully open access. For details how to submit an article see: Instructions to reviewers and Guidelines to authors.
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Stüwe Kurt, University of Graz, Austria, firstname.lastname@example.org
Berning Björn, Upper Austrian State Museum, Austria, B.Berning@landesmuseum.at
Hilberg Sylke, University of Salzburg, Austria, Sylke.Hilberg@sbg.ac.at
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Editorial Advisory Board (Term 2020 – 2023)
Birk Steffen, University of Graz - Austria (2020-2023)
Bokelmann Goetz, University of Vienna - Austria (2020-2023)
Fiebig Markus, BOKU Vienna - Austria (2020-2023)
Fodor Laszlo, Budapest – Hungary (2020-2023)
Gawlick Hans-Jürgen, University of Leoben - Austria (2020-2023)
Joachim-Mrosko Bastian, Innsbruck – Austria (2020-2023)
Meyer Michael, University of Innsbruck - Austria (2020-2023)
Neubauer Franz, University of Salzburg - Austria (2020-2023)
Piller Werner, University of Graz - Austria (2020-2023)
Prasicek Günther, University of Salzburg - Austria (2020-2023)
Robl Jörg, University of Salzburg – Austria (2020-2023)
Sachsenhofer Reinhard, University of Leoben - Austria (2020-2023)
Schollnberger Wolfgang, Potomac - USA (2020-2023)
Schorn Simon, University of Melbourne - Australia (2020-2023)
Schuster Ralf, Geological Survey - Austria (2020-2023)
Skrzypek Etienne, Graz – Austria (2020-2023)
von Hadke Christoph, University of Aachen – Germany (2020-2023)
Wolkersdorfer Christian, Pretoria, South Africa (2020-2023)
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Open Access Statement
The journal is an Open Access journal that allows a free unlimited access to all its contents without any restrictions upon publication to all users.
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This journal provides immediate open access to its content under the Creative Commons BY 4.0 license. Authors who publish with this journal retain all copyrights and agree to the terms of the above-mentioned CC BY 4.0 license.