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Gondwana Research

  • ISSN: 1342-937X

Editor-In-Chief: Santosh

Next planned ship date: April 15, 2024

  • 5 Year impact factor: 6.5
  • Impact factor: 6.1

Gondwana Research (GR) is the Official Journal of the International Association for Gondwana Research (IAGR) that aims to promote high quality research publications on all… Read more

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Gondwana Research (GR) is the Official Journal of the International Association for Gondwana Research (IAGR) that aims to promote high quality research publications on all topics related to solid Earth, particularly with reference to the origin and evolution of continents, continental assemblies and their environment and resources. GR is an “all earth science” journal with no restrictions on geological time, terrane or theme and covers a wide spectrum of topics in geosciences such as geology, geomorphology, palaeontology, structure, petrology, geochemistry, stable isotopes, geochronology, economic geology, exploration geology, geophysics, atmosphere and climate, hydrosphere, artificial intelligence, natural hazards, geo-engineering, and health hazards of environmental nano and micro particles, among other topics. The journal provides an appropriate forum to integrate studies from different disciplines and different terrains as well as in addressing important themes under Sustainable Development Goals in a geoscience perspective. In addition to regular articles and thematic issues, the journal invites high profile state-of-the-art reviews on thrust area topics for its column, 'GR FOCUS'. Focus articles include short biographies and photographs of the authors. Short articles (within ten printed pages) for rapid publication reporting important discoveries or innovative models of global interest will be considered under the category ‘GR LETTERS’.

This journal welcomes contributions that support and advance the UN's sustainable development goals.