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Aims & Scope


Acadlore Transactions on Geosciences (ATG) emerges as a leading platform at the forefront of geosciences, offering open-access, high-visibility publishing for researchers worldwide. ATG is dedicated to fostering a global community of scientists and academics, united in their pursuit to explore, share, and expand the frontiers of geoscience knowledge. We embrace a wide array of original submissions including reviews, research papers, short communications, and Special Issues focused on specific topics. Our spectrum of research encompasses the entirety of geosciences, from hands-on fieldwork to sophisticated theoretical simulations.

ATG's mission is to encourage exhaustive dissemination of both theoretical and experimental findings in geosciences. The journal, therefore, imposes no restrictions on the length of papers, advocating for comprehensive detail to facilitate reproducibility. In addition, ATG highlights the following attributes:

  • Every publication benefits from prominent indexing, ensuring widespread recognition.

  • A distinguished editorial team upholds unparalleled quality and broad appeal.

  • Seamless online discoverability of each article maximizes its global reach.

  • An author-centric and transparent publication process enhances submission experience.


The scope of ATG is broad yet precise, covering a spectrum of geosciences disciplines including, but not limited to:

  • Environmental Science: A vital discipline that explores the interaction between natural systems and human activities, focusing on issues such as pollution, conservation, and sustainable management of natural resources.

  • Biogeochemistry: Interactions between the biological, geological, and chemical aspects of the Earth.

  • Petrology and Geochemistry: Both endogenous and exogenous studies.

  • Climate Science: Understanding past, present, and future climatic variations.

  • Crystallography and Mineralogy: The art and science of crystals and minerals.

  • Ecology: Interactions among organisms and their environment.

  • Energy and Mineral Deposits: Exploration of natural resources.

  • Geobiology: The intersection of geology and biology.

  • Geochemistry: Chemical composition and changes in the Earth.

  • Physical Geography and Geophysics: Earth's physical processes and properties.

  • Geodynamics, Tectonics, Seismology, and Volcanology: Earth's internal dynamics and surface expressions.

  • Stratigraphy and Sedimentology: Layers of Earth's history.

  • Geographic Information Science, Geoinformatics, and Remote Sensing: Digital exploration of the Earth's surface.

  • Geological Engineering: Application of geosciences in engineering.

  • Geomagnetism, Paleomagnetism, Mineral Physics: Earth's magnetic properties and mineral behaviors.

  • Geomorphology: The study of landforms.

  • Atmospheric Science, Glaciology, Hydrology, Oceanography, and Limnology: Earth's water and atmospheric systems.

  • Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoceanography, Meteorites, Planetary Science: Historical climate and planetary studies.