Journal of Mediterranean Earth Sciences

 

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The main objective of the journal is to assemble scholarly contributions on the many different aspects of the geology of the Mediterranean, a greatly complex and still controversial area. A further aim is to highlight the basic and applied research carried out by academic institutions and research centres of the Mediterranean region. Prerogative of the journal is to provide the opportunity to publish long, high-quality articles, and rapidly (without pages limit).

 

The Journal of Mediterranean Earth Sciences (JMES) publishes original contributions on all aspects of Earth Sciences in English language, is open access, previous registration on the journal site, and there are no publication fees.

 


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2018

Source normalized impact for paper SNIP: 0.133

SCImago Journal Rank SJR: 0.162

CiteScore CS: 0.41


Vol. XII, 2020 - In progress

Coscinospira prima n. sp., a new peneroplid foraminifer from the Paleocene of Iran and its bearing on the phylogeny of the Peneroplidae 
Felix Schlagintweit, Koorosh Rashidi, Hossain Kohkan
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Late Cretaceous to Early Miocene evolution of the southern Prenestini Mountains (Central Apennines): from fault-block platforms to carbonate ramp
Laura Corda, Sergio Madonna, Goffredo Mariotti
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Vol. XII, Special Vol. 2020, Tetrapod ichnology in Italy: the state of the art - In progress

Human footprints from Italy: the state of the art
Marco Avanzini, Paolo Citton, Paolo Mietto, Adolfo Panarello, Pasquale Raia, Marco Romano, Isabella Salvador
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The Pleistocene non-hominid vertebrate ichnofossil record of Italy
Gian Luigi Pillola, Maria Rita Palombo, Adolfo Panarello, Daniel Zoboli
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Cretaceous tetrapod tracks from Italy: a treasure trove of exceptional biodiversity
Fabio Massimo Petti, Matteo Antonelli, Paolo Citton, Nino Mariotti, Marco Petruzzelli, Johannes Pignatti, Simone D’Orazi Porchetti, Marco Romano, Eva Sacchi, Enrico Sacco, Alexander Wagensommer
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The Carboniferous tetrapod ichnoassociation from Italy 
Lorenzo Marchetti, Giuseppe Muscio, Fabio Massimo Petti, Gian Luigi Pillola, Daniel Zoboli
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Announcements

 

Tetrapod ichnology in Italy

 

Il prossimo anno, in occasione dei 150 anni dal primo lavoro di icnologia dei vertebrati italiano di Curioni, è in programma un fascicolo speciale del Journal of Mediterranean Earth Sciences dal titolo “Tetrapod ichnology in Italy: the state of the art”, concepito come sintesi ragionata dello stato dell’arte dell’iconologia di vertebrati nel nostro paese. Il volume, proposto e curato dai guest editor Marco Romano e Paolo Citton, vede la partecipazione degli autori che hanno contribuito a introdurre questa disciplina in Italia e dei ricercatori che si occupano attivamente della materia, sia nel nostro paese, che all'estero. Contestualmente alla sua uscita, il volume sarà poi presentato con una giornata dedicata di seminari presso il Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra di Sapienza, Università di Roma.


The next year, on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the first work on Italian vertebrate ichnology by Curioni, a special issue of the Journal of Mediterranean Earth Sciences is scheduled with the title “Tetrapod ichnology in Italy: the state of the art”, conceived as a reasoned synthesis of the state of the art of vertebrate iconology in Italy. The volume, proposed and edited by guest editors Marco Romano and Paolo Citton, involves the participation of the authors who have contributed to the introduction of this discipline in Italy and researchers who are actively involved in the subject both in our country and abroad. Simultaneously with its release, the volume will then be presented with a dedicated day of seminars at the Department of Earth Sciences of Sapienza, University of Rome.



 
Posted: 2019-10-04
 
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