Mathematical Geosciences (formerly Mathematical Geology) publishes original, high-quality, interdisciplinary papers focusing on quantitative methods and studies of the Earth, its natural resources and the environment. This international publication is the official journal of the IAMG, published semi-quarterly by Springer.
Computers & Geosciences is a journal devoted to all aspects of computing in the geosciences. It brings to its readers research on novel computer methods in the geosciences, such as spatial analysis, geomathematics, modelling, simulation, statistical and artificial intelligence methods, e-geoscience, geoinformatics, geomatics, geocomputation, image analysis, remote sensing, and geographical information science.
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Natural Resources Research (formerly Nonrenewable Resources) publishes quantitative geoscientific studies reporting on the search for and development of natural resources, including their associated environmental, economic, and risk-related aspects. Reports regarding petroleum or energy-mineral resources are of interest, as are investigations on the exploitation of any metallic or non-metallic resource.
Monograph Series: Studies in Mathematical Geosciences (formerly "Studies in Mathematical Geology") is published by Oxford University Press. This series of studies in mathematical geology provides contributions from the geomathematical community on topics of special interest in the Earth sciences. An important part of these studies is the evaluation of the adequacy and the appropriateness of present geomathematical and geostatistical applications.
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