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Journal of Geosciences is a peer-reviewed Earth Science journal, focussed on all aspects of nature and origin of igneous and metamorphic complexes*. It is published by the Czech Geological Society and is available both in printed and open-access electronic version. The articles are written exclusively in English.
It has been established on 1 January 2007, as a successor of the Journal of the Czech Geological Society.
*Please note that papers concerned with palaeontology, sedimentology, stratigraphy and related fields are published solely by our partner journal Bulletin of Geosciences.
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