Geology Today

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Geology Today  
Discipline Geology
Language English
Edited by Prof. Peter Doyle
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
1985 to present
Indexing
ISSN 0266-6979
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Geology Today is a publication of the Geological Society of London and the Geologists' Association. It is published bi-monthly, with each issue containing eight or more articles, and an annual total of 240 pages.[citation needed]

One of the goals of the journal is to provide a balance of news and review articles of topics of current interest in the earth sciences, written in an accessible way by leading experts in the field.[citation needed]

Geology Today provides reading material for all earth scientists, both amateur and professional, and includes:[citation needed]

  • Articles and Features review topics of current interest in the Earth Sciences - written for the general reader by experts in the field.
  • News and Briefing columns report on news from the geological community, recent research that has appeared in the specialist journals, geological happenings and discoveries and geological conferences.
  • Fossils Explained and Minerals Explained are two regular series looking at the origins, classification and identification of fossils and minerals.
  • Building Stones Explained is a new series introducing the most common stones used in the Industry.
  • A lively Correspondence section allows readers to air and share their views and to respond to items appearing in the journal.

Personnel[edit]

Editor

Prof. Peter Doyle

Deputy Editor

Dr Duncan Pirrie

Editorial Adviser

Eric Robinson, UK

Current editorial board (2010–present)
  • Ian Alsop University of Aberdeen, UK
  • Craig Barrie, S.U.E.R.C., University of Glasgow, UK
  • Stephen J. Edwards, University College London, UK
  • Howard Falcon-Lang, Royal Holloway, UK
  • Ralf Gertisser, Keele University, UK
  • Jamie Pringle, Liverpool University, UK
  • Colin Prosser, English Nature, UK
  • Jonathan Radley, Warwickshire Museum & University of Portsmouth, UK
  • Hugh Rollinson, University of Derby, UK
  • Chris Stillman, Trinity College, Dublin, Éire
  • Frances Wall, The Natural History Museum, UK
  • Tony Waltham, Nottingham Trent University, UK
International correspondents
  • Phillip Andrews, New Zealand
  • Kent Brooks, Denmark
  • Juan Carlos Carracedo, Spain
  • Lars Erikstad, Norway
  • Cristiano Lana, South Africa
  • Yujiro Ogawa, Japan
  • Anouar Ounis, Tunisia
  • Rasoul Sorkhabi, USA
  • Enrico Tavarnelli, Italy
  • Tim Tokaryk, Canada
  • Brent Wilson, Trinidad

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