Dr. Rodrigo Lopes Ferreira of Brazil has announced the launch of the website of the Center of Studies on Subterranean Biology.
The new karst map (digital) of the USA is released by the US GS
An announce for the Friends of Karst meeting this fall in Arkansas
West Virginia University is looking for a new Physical Hydrogeologist at at the Assistant Professor level
The call for abstracts for the 14th Multidisciplinary Conference on Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst, Rochester, Minnesota, October 2015.
Did you know?
That doline karst is karst dominated by closed depressions, chiefly dolines, perforating a simple surface .?
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The Speleogenesis and Evolution of Karst Aquifers journal publishes original research and review articles, comments and book reviews, but also re-publishes articles from prime karst and cave journals and conference proceedings of a broader scope, selected by the Editorial Board members, and also features relevant publications from a wide range of the peer-reviewed geoscience journals by providing citations/abstracts linked to original full-text resources.
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Re-published Articles: Articles from partner karst and cave journals of a broader scope and conference proceedings, which present important advances in studying speleogenesis and karst hydrogeology, are occasionally re-published in this journal upon recommendation of the Editorial Board members, provided permission is granted by the original publisher and authors. Re-published articles are formatted in this journal house style, although the citation to the original source is included into the article header. In this way, works that are particularly important to the field of speleogenesis and karst hydrogeology get additional visibility and are included into the special Speleogenesis collection.
Benchmark articles from the past: Speleogenesis and Evolution of Karst Aquifers will re-publish selected articles from the past that can be considered as benchmark, or classic, works for the field of speleogenesis and karst hydrogeology, provided permission is granted from an original publisher. In this way, we will emphasize importance of some milestone works in the field, bring them a second life and include to the special Speleogenesis collection.
Featured articles from karst/cave journals: Each issue of Speleogenesis and Evolution of Karst Aquifers highlights peer-selected publications, pertinent to the field of speleogenesis and karst hydrogeology, from partner karst and cave journals of a broader scope, by including citations, abstracts and links to respective full-text files on the original publisher web site.
Featured articles from other geoscience journals: Each issue of Speleogenesis and Evolution of Karst Aquifers highlights selected publications, pertinent to the field of speleogenesis and karst hydrogeology, from prime geoscience journals, by including citations, abstracts and links to respective full-text files on the original publisher web site.
Featured articles from conference proceedings: Issues of Speleogenesis and Evolution of Karst Aquifers may also highlight peer-selected papers from conference proceedings by including citations, abstracts and links to respective full-text files on the original publisher web site.
Commentaries (and replies thereon): Speleogenesis and Evolution of Karst Aquifers journal welcomes and publishes discussions on articles published in this journal and elsewhere, as well as discussions on hot issues of speleogenesis and karst hydrogeology studies.
Book Reviews: Speleogenesis and Evolution of Karst Aquifers journal welcomes reviews on books pertinent to the journal scope.
The Speleogenesis and Evolution of Karst Aquifers is published twice a year. A current issue is open on the journal web site, with accepted articles appearing as soon as they passed reviewing/selection/editing procedures. After closure of a current issue, it goes to the archive (Volumes and Issues) and permanently remains there as a single journal issue retaining a structure formed during publication.
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