How to follow Journal of Geosciences
There are several ways to follow the Journal of Geosciences content and news. Some of these are provided by us, plus various indexing services and databases covering the Journal provide their own syndication tools.
Table of contents of each new issue will be delivered directly into your mailbox, if you register here. It is wise to add the address email@example.com to your spam filter's whitelist.
Content of each new issue of the Journal is available in the form of a RSS feed.
RSS file contains metadata to each new article including abstract and link to article webpage in a standardized form. This can be automatically followed by number of easy-to-use web-based or desktop applications, including common web browsers, email clients or Google Reader (Comprehensive Wikipedia list of RSS feed syndicators). Whatever client you use, it is just necessary to fill-in our RSS feed address http://www.jgeosci.org/jgeosci.rss, and the update will be automatically delivered the moment it will be published. Read more about RSS.
Publication of each new issue, as well as other news of interest are anounced via our Twitter feed @jgeosci.
Twitter is a microblogging service, which allows you to follow short snippets of text not longer than 140 characters from various sources. To use it, you only have to register to the service and than subscribe for our feed @jgeosci. Without unnecessary yada yada, you will receive short nottice with link about our new issue or other thing of interest. You can follow the tweets online on the Twitter website, or use one of many desktop, web or mobile based tools (Wikipedia list of Twitter services and applications).
Third party services
Journal is a member of Geoscience e-Journals, group of peer-reviewed electronic journals dedicated to open access publishing in the field of Earth Sciences, that is those e-journals that permit free online access to all or at least a major part of their current issue and/or archives. RSS feed covering new articles of the webring is available.
If you register to WoS from subscribing institution, you can create various alerts (RSS, email). However, since the content is not indexed immediately after issuing, the updates will be delivered with significant delay.
Scopus is another major indexing database covering Journal of Geosciences. To receive the updates, you have to register from authorised institution and create appropriate allert filters. As in previous case, the response is not immediate.