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07.23.2020 | Member News & Releases

GSW Adds Earthquake Spectra to Journals Collection

July 22. 2020 – McLean, VA – GeoScienceWorld (GSW) is pleased to announce that Earthquake Spectra has been added to its domain-leading collection of earth science research journals.

Earthquake Spectra, a professional peer-reviewed journal published by SAGE and owned by the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI), aims at improving the practice of earthquake hazards mitigation, preparedness, and recovery.  All content from its founding in 1984 forward, representing more than 1,500 articles, has been added to the GSW Journals Collection.

“We are excited to further expand the high-quality research content we deliver to individuals and institutions across the globe,” said Alix Vance, CEO of GeoScienceWorld. “Earthquake Spectra will be of value and meaningful interest for researchers and faculty working to advance the science of reducing earthquake risk.”

About Earthquake Engineering Research Institute The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute is the leading non-profit membership organization that connects those dedicated to reducing earthquake risk. Its multidisciplinary members include engineers, geoscientists, social scientists, architects, planners, emergency managers, academics, students, and other like-minded professionals. EERI has been bringing people and disciplines together since 1948.

About GeoScienceWorld GeoScienceWorld (GSW) is a nonprofit collaborative and comprehensive resource for research and communications in the Earth Sciences. GSW works with societies, institutions, and researchers around the world and provides a single source of access to 48 preeminent scholarly journals, 2,150+ eBooks, and over 4 million GeoRef records with specialized and map-based search capabilities and links to curated earth science research around the Web.

Through its Society Services Program, GSW also serves as a platform for cost-effective hosting for independent society sites, providing a scalable and efficient global presence for societies, authors, and members. With the re-launch of the journal Lithosphere in January 2020, GSW expanded its expertise into open access publishing in alliance with seven participating societies. Since 2005, GSW has returned more than $38 million to membership societies to achieve their scientific missions.

Contact Laura FitzGerald | fitzgerald@geoscienceworld.org

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