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04 August 2023
Journal Recommendation | Steady in Double Q1 Zone for Years! The deadline for submission to this top journal is counting down!

Journal Description: Gondwana Research is an international journal aiming to promote publication of all topics related to the solid Earth, particularly those concerning the origin and evolution of continents, supercontinents, and their resources, without restriction of geological time, locality, or theme, covering a broad range of Earth Science topics from geophysics to environmental geology. 

The journal's ISSN:1342-937X

Database Included: SCIE

Journal Quartile:

CAS Quartile: Q1Top Journal

Category: Earth Sciences Subcategory: Earth Sciences, Multidisciplinary 

JCR Quartile: Q1(19/201)

 Earth Sciences, Multidisciplinary

Impact Factor: Gondwana Research, established in 1997, obtained its first impact factor 0.4+ in 1999, then entered a period of rapid development. The factor has been steadily rising, reaching the highest 8.7+ in 2015, and the latest impact factor is 6.1. The factor has been declining in recent years, but still maintains a certain height. 

Publication Volume: Gondwana Research, a bimonthly journal, does not have a large volume of publications, mainly original research articles, with an average annual submission of 150-200 articles. The latest publication volume is 247 articles (self-citation rate 6.6%), and the self-citation rate is obviously declining. 

National publication ranking:The number of papers published in Gondwana Research in the past three years ranked by country: China (411), Australia (141), United States (136), and United Kingdom (106). 

Recent acceptance: Gondwana Research has an average review period of about 9.3 weeks, which is slightly longer, and a publication period of about 0.7 weeks, which is quite fast!