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Reach more readers with our Geoscience & Environmental Policy journals

Taylor & Francis is dedicated to providing multiple publishing options that fit the needs and requirements of today’s researcher. With a robust journals portfolio within Geoscience & Environmental Policy you can be assured that your research will make its mark globally.

Did you know that most Geoscience & Environmental Policy journals give you the option to publish your research open access? Choosing this option allows your work to be more accessible and ensures you reach the widest possible audience.

Reach your readers with one of our selected journals.

Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology

2019 Impact Factor 8.302

Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology publishes research on a range of topics in environmental science, including earth and agricultural sciences, environmental toxicology and risk assessment.

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Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology

2019 Impact Factor 0.789

Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology is devoted to the publication of papers covering field and laboratory research into all aspects of the behaviour and physiology of all marine and freshwater animals within the contexts of ecology, evolution and conservation.

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Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry

2019 Impact Factor 01.149

Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry is devoted to the general chemistry, environmental behaviour and fate, toxicology, and ecotoxicology of xenobiotics and natural toxins. The journal is interdisciplinary in outlook, and manuscripts published in it cover all relevant areas.

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2019 Impact Factor 1.231

GFF is the journal of the Geological Society of Sweden. It is an international scientific journal that publishes papers in English covering the whole field of geology and palaeontology, i.e. petrology, mineralogy, stratigraphy, systematic palaeontology, palaeogeography, historical geology and Quaternary geology.

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Exploration Geophysics

2019 Impact Factor 0.758

Exploration Geophysics is published on behalf of the  Australian Society of Exploration Geophysicists (ASEG),  Society of Exploration Geophysics of Japan (SEGJ), and  Korean Society of Earth and Exploration Geophysicists (KSEG). The journal presents significant case histories, advances in data interpretation, and theoretical developments resulting from original research in exploration and applied geophysics.

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Australian Forestry

2019 Impact Factor 1.370

Australian Forestry is published by Taylor & Francis for the Institute of Foresters of Australia (IFA) for scientific, technical, and professional communication relating to forestry in the Asia Pacific.  Australian Forestry publishes new and significant scientific and technical papers, topic reviews, suitably argued opinions, short communications and book reviews on topics related to forest research, management, policy, products and services.

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International Geology Review

2019 Impact Factor 3.657

International Geology Review publishes timely and provocative research and review papers on the evolution of Earth's mantle, crust, sediments, and hydrosphere

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International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology

2019 Impact Factor 2.772

International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology is now over twenty-five years old and has proved to be an exciting forum for understanding and advancing our knowledge and implementation of sustainable development.

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Your open access choices with Taylor & Francis

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