Marine Geophysical Researches
mac at ext.jussieu.fr
Tue Mar 24 04:34:42 EST 1998
The Editors of Marine Geophysical Researches wish to invite the InterRidge
community to submit high-quality manuscripts on mid-ocean ridge related topics
for consideration for publication in this journal.
With a particular emphasis on mid-ocean ridge research, Marine Geophysical
Researches is dedicated to Marine Geophysics in the broad sense,
including marine aspects of petrology, geochemistry, volcanology,
hydrothermal systems, geomorphology, tectonics, seismology, magnetics,
gravity, geodesy, geodynamics, physical properties, etc.
It is an excellent site for publishing ridge research for a variety of reasons:
1. A strong record of publishing rigorously peer-reviewed papers on
important mid-ocean ridge results.
2. International distribution.
3. High quality grey-tone images (perfect for sidescan sonar,
seismic reflection, seafloor photography, shaded relief bathymetry, etc.)
4. Fine color capabilities, including both individual page-sized
figures and oversized images such as fold-outs, map sets, etc., all at
5. Rapid turnaround time (typically published within a year of original
submittal, if authors are prompt with revisions, and usually within
2-3 months of acceptance).
6. No Page Charges (except for color figures).
7. No Page Limits.
8. Premium glossy paper.
9. 25 Free Reprints.
Jean-Claude Sibuet Martin C. Kleinrock
Ifremer, France Vanderbilt University, USA
jcsibuet at ifremer.fr martin.c.kleinrock at vanderbilt.edu
To submit papers to Marine Geophysical Researches, send an original
plus 3 copies, complete with figures (including 4 color versions of any
color figures), to:
The Editorial Journals Office (MARI)
Kluwer Academic Publishers,
P.O. Box 990
3300 AZ Dordrecht
Authors are encouraged to suggest 5 potential referees (with address/fax/phone
and email address).
For further information, see the Kluwer website at http://www.wkap.nl
or contact the Editorial Journals Office
Tel. +31 78 639 2392 Fax. +31 78 639 2555
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