Subscription information European Journal of Mineralogy EJM (ISSN 0935-1221)
Scope and Publication dataEuropean Journal of Mineralogy is published bimonthly, 1 volume per year, which consists of 6 numbers with between 900 and 1400 pages.
EJM publishes strictly original papers and review papers, both reviewed by an international board of peers: it currently carries no advertisements.
Time of publicationThe average time span between submitting a manuscript and publication is about 6 to 8 months (Volumes 22-26, 2010-2014), the shortest achieved for an article being 1.5 month. The manuscript rejection rate is on around 40%.
The EJM's impact factor (= the average number of citations in ISI journals of each journal article per year) of the last ten years is between 1.19 and 1.49, which ranks EJM amongst the top mineralogical journals (after Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, American Mineralogist, Lithos, Physics and Chemistry of Minerals, Mineralium Deposita and Applied Clay Science).
Subscription information/ Ordering EJMThe 2016 print subscription rate for volume 28 of EJM (six issues) is EUR 414 plus postage and includes online access, the 2017 print subscription rate for volume 29 of EJM (six issues) is EUR 419 plus postage incl. online access. Please place orders through your bookseller or subscription agency or directly to the publisher:
E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung
(Nägele und Obermiller)
Email: orders (at) schweizerbart.de
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Back Issues availableBack issues of almost all previously published volumes of EJM are available. Please contact the publishers (orders (at) schweizerbart.de) indicating which back issues are required for availability and price. Contents of the back issues of Volumes 6 to the current volume are available here.
Personal members of any society of the European Mineralogical
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society or directly from the publisher (please include some proof of
The EMU has member societies in the following countries (1997): Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain & Ireland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine.