Geochronology indexed in Scopus
22 April 2021
Scopus recently completed its evaluation of Geochronology and has announced that it will include our journal in its database. The inclusion of Geochronology in Scopus confirms the journal as a major conduit of top-quality geochronological research that publishes excellent content with the highest editorial standards. Geochronology will receive its first CiteScore from Scopus in October.
This great news reflects both the hard work of the editorial board and the confidence of the scientific community, who submits top-quality contributions to Geochronology. We are delighted that Geochronology will soon be represented in this major scientific database, and we would like to thank everyone who has contributed to Geochronology reaching this significant milestone.
Please note that it may take several weeks or even months until Scopus has processed all XML metadata following the data transfer from Copernicus Publications.
Greg Balco, Philippa Ascough, Andreas Lang, Klaus Mezger, and Georgina King