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  • July 8, 2019

EPS Special Award

The 1st EPS Special Award goes to the authors of the following paper. Erwan Thébault, Christopher C Finlay, Ciarán D Beggan, Patrick Alken, Julien Aubert, Olivier Barrois, Francois Bertrand, Tatiana Bondar, Axel Boness, Laura Brocco, Elisabeth Canet, Aude Chambodut, Arnaud Chulliat, Pierdavide Coïsson, François Civet, Aimin Du, Alexandre Fournier, Isabelle Fratter, Nicolas Gillet, Brian Hamilton, Mohamed Hamoudi, Gauthier Hulot, Thomas Jager, Monika Korte, Weijia Kuang, Xavier Lalanne, Benoit Langlais, Jean-Michel… Read more

  • News
  • June 21, 2019

Impact Factor (2018) for EPS was just announced

The impact factor 2018 for EPS was just announced: 2-year Impact Factor (2018) = 2.736 5-year Impact Factor (2018) = 2.507 2-year Impact Factor5-year Impact Factor 20182.7362.507 20172.7732.288 20162.2432.080 20151.8712.038 20141.3281.791 20133.0561.834 20122.9211.703 20110.7951.025 20101.1121.112 20091.0741.233 20080.7940.991 20071.1881.161 Read more

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  • June 13, 2019

Highly Cited 14 Articles Published in EPS

Web of Science picked the following 14 articles published in EPS as "highly cited papers". As of January/February 2019, these highly cited papers received enough citations to place it in the top 1% of the academic field of Geosciences based on a highly cited threshold for the field and publication year. Don't miss spotlighted papers published in EPS! From Section 1. Geomagnetism Finlay et al. (2016): Recent geomagnetic secular variation… Read more

  • Event
  • June 9, 2019

EPS in JpGU2019

Japan Geoscience Union Meeting 2019 (JpGU2019) was held in Makuhari Messe (Chiba Prefecture) from May 26th (Sun) to 30th (Thu). Earth, Planets and Space held some events during the JpGU2019 meeting as follows:   We set the EPS booth at the "JpGU & Friends" area in the international exhibition hall to introduce the "Earth, Planets and Space" journal. Prof. Yasuo Ogawa, Editor-in-Chief of EPS gave a presentation about the past,… Read more

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  • June 2, 2019

[Frontier Letter] Constraining the magnetic properties of ultrafine- and fine-grained biogenic magnetite

Studies of biogenic magnetite and magnetotactic bacteria are gaining increasing prominence, spanning the disciplines of earth and planetary science and biological science. Zhang and Pan (2018) review the characterization of magnetite associated with magnetoferritins and magnetotactic bacteria. The former relates to important potential biomedical applications whereas the latter applies to the continued effort to define modern magnetotactic bacteria populations and magnetofossils in deep geologic time. This article was a contribution to the special issue of “Recent Advances in Geo-, Paleo- and Rock- Magnetism”. Read more