Aims and scope
BSGF - Earth Sciences Bulletin aims at publishing several main types of contributions :
- original papers, covering all disciplinary fields of Geosciences, either fundamental or applied (hazards, resources);
- review articles, making the point on a specific domain of Geosciences, either methodological or regional;
- monographies on the geology of a given region, with supplementary informations, maps, cross-sections, logs, seismic profiles … attached to the main online ;
- rapid communications (‘express letter’ type);
- excursion guide-books (they will follow the same review process as traditional articles);
- scientific reports of offshore cruises;
- articles reporting geodetic, geophysical or geochemical data (data papers) that may then become reference papers for future interpretations des articles de données géodésiques, géophysiques ou géochimiques, pouvant servir de base à des interprétations ultérieures.
BSGF - Earth Sciences Bulletin also provides a forum for comments-replies or for other types of discussions between specialists in earth sciences. All published papers, whatever their type, will be downloadable (free open-access) on the SGF and Geosciences World websites, proving that the authors pay a financial contribution of 300€ for SGF members and 500€ for non-members.
The BSGF also publishes thematic issues following scientific meetings, which are handled by guest editors.
The review process (from submission to acceptance) lasts generally from 4 to 6 months. The editorial team is aware of the need for PhD student to have their manuscripts rapidly accepted, so that the review process is speeded-up in this case to minimize delays.
The BSGF authorizes the authors to put the n-1 version of their manuscripts (i.e., unedited and un-typeset by the journal) on Open Archives HAL.
With an annual Impact Factor above 1 (5 year IF of 1.435), the BSGF is a first-class, non-profit journal in the Geosciences domain with a broad scope and a wide circulation/ accessibility via GSW.
The editorial board invites French and foreign authors, junior- as well as senior earth scientists, to publish the results of their work in the BSGF.
BSGF - Earth Sciences Bulletin is indexed/abstracted in:
- ISI: Current Contents et Citations Index
- BRGM/INIST (Pascal – Géode)
- Geo. Abstr.
- Geo Ref.
- Biol. Abstr.
- Eng. Ind.
- Br. Geol. Lit.
- Int. Aerosp. Abstr.
- Petrol. Abstr.
- Risk. Abstr.
2017 Impact Factor*: 1.262
2017 5-Year Impact Factor*: 1.307
*JCR, Clarivate Analytics © 2018
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Laurent JOLIVET (Sorbonne Université, Paris)
Romain AUGIER (Univ. Orléans) : tectonique, métamorphisme, radiochronologie
Ludovic BODET (Sorbonne Université, Paris) : géophysique
Pierre-Yves COLLIN (Univ. Dijon) : sédimentologie, bassins sédimentaires, stratigraphie
Catherine CRONIER (Univ. Lille) : paléontologie
Jérôme GAILLARDET (IPGP) : géochimie
Yves GERAUD (Univ. Nancy) : Physique des roches, fluides
Philippe YAMATO (Univ. Rennes) : modélisation numérique, géodynamique, pétrologie
Gerhard H. BACHMANN (Allemagne)
Gilles CUNY (Danemark)
Jean-Clair DUCHESNE (Belgique)
Spela GORICAN (Slovénie)
Manuel SUAREZ (Chili)