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    The science case for the EISCAT_3D radar

    Ian McCrea, Anita Aikio, Lucilla Alfonsi, Evgenia Belova, Stephan Buchert, Mark Clilverd, Norbert Engler, Björn Gustavsson, Craig Heinselman, Johan Kero, Mike Kosch, Hervé Lamy, Thomas Leyser, Yasunobu Ogawa, Kjellmar Oksavik, Asta Pellinen-Wannberg…

    Published on: 29 July 2015

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Highly accessed articles in November

Research Article
Simulating and quantifying legacy topographic data uncertainty: an initial step to advancing topographic change analyses
Thad Wasklewicz, Zhen Zhu and Paul Gares
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 2017, 4:32
Published on: 30 October 2017


Research article
Adjoint tomography of the crust and upper mantle structure beneath the Kanto region using broadband seismograms
Takayuki Miyoshi, Masayuki Obayashi, Daniel Peter, Yoko Tono and Seiji Tsuboi
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 2017, 4:29
Published on: 3 October 2017


Research article
Late Holocene uplift of the Izu Islands on the northern Zenisu Ridge off Central Japan
Akihisa Kitamura, Takafumi Imai, Yuta Mitsui, Mami Ito, Yosuke Miyairi, Yusuke Yokoyama and Yuki Tokuda
Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 2017, 4:30
Published on: 18 October 2017

Most cited and accessed paper awards

Progress in Earth and Planetary Science is very pleased to be able to present you the ‘PEPS Most Cited Paper Awards 2017’ and the ‘PEPS Most Accessed Paper Awards 2017’. Congratulations on the success of the papers to the respective authors.

Please click here to access the award page. 

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Progress in Earth and Planetary Science first Impact Factor to be announced in summer 2018

We are very pleased to announce that Progress in Earth and Planetary Science (PEPS) has been accepted for indexing in the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) database, one of the major databases of the Clarivate Analytics (formerly Thompson Reuters) Web of Science. We expect that our first Impact Factor will be announced in summer 2018.
We would like to thank everyone for supporting PEPS and contributing to this success in our continuing mission to play a major role in the future of global geosciences.

Progress in Earth and Planetary Science accepted for indexing in Scopus

We are pleased to announce that Progress in Earth and Planetary Science (PEPS) will be included in the abstract and citation database Scopus.

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Progress in Earth and Planetary Science (PEPS), a peer-reviewed open access e-journal, was launched by the Japan Geoscience Union (JpGU) in 2014. This international journal is devoted to high-quality original articles, reviews and papers with full data attached in the research fields of space and planetary sciences, atmospheric and hydrospheric sciences, human geosciences, solid earth sciences, and biogeosciences. PEPS promotes excellent review articles and welcomes articles with electronic attachments including videos, animations, and large original data files. PEPS also encourages papers with full data attached: papers with full data attached are scientific articles that preserve the full detailed raw research data and metadata which were gathered in their preparation and make these data freely available to the research community for further analysis.

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