The Comptes Rendus - Géoscience are an open access and peer-reviewed electronic scientific journal publishing original research articles. It is one of the seven journals published by the Académie des sciences.
Its objective is to enable researchers to quickly share their work with the international scientific community.
The Comptes Rendus - Géoscience also publish journal articles, thematic issues and articles reflecting the history of the Académie des sciences and its current scientific activity in the field of Earth Sciences.
From 2020 onwards, the journal's policy is based on a diamond open access model: no fees are charged to authors to publish or to readers to access articles. Thus, articles are accessible immediately, free of charge and permanently upon publication.
The Comptes Rendus - Géoscience (8 issues per year) cover all areas of Earth Sciences: external geophysics - climate and environment -, internal geophysics, geomaterials, geochemistry, surface geosciences, oceanography, stratigraphy, tectonics, geodynamics, science history. The journal also addresses the issue of sustainable development. The "Perspective" section gathers short articles written by scientists associated with the reading committee, attentive to specific disciplinary fields. Articles are written in English or French, with an abridged version in English.
Editors-in-Chief: Ghislain de Marsily and François Chabaux
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All volumes published before 2020 are available: