China Geology

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ISSN: 2096-5192
CN: 10-1549/P
e-ISSN: 2589-9430

China Geology

Open access

China Geology is co-sponsored by the China Geological Survey (CGS) and the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences (CAGS). The journal is published quarterly by China Geology Editorial Office.China Geo...

China Geology is co-sponsored by the China Geological Survey (CGS) and the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences (CAGS). The journal is published quarterly by China Geology Editorial Office.

China Geology aims to be an innovative, high-impact and authoritative academic journal for researchers across the geoscience community. It primarily publishes new research results in multidisciplinary geosciences, together with traditional topics in geology. The journal seeks to promote research from all aspects of geoscience, including basic, applied and engineering research and applications, such as mineralogy, igneous and metamorphic petrology, geochemistry; sedimentology, paleontology, historical geology; petroleum geology and petroleum engineering, tectonic-orogenic geology (such as the Central Asian Orogenic Belt, Tethys-Himalayan tectonic domain, etc.), marine geology, geophysics, economic and applied geology (ore deposit research and exploration), remote sensing geology, engineering geology, oceanography, environmental geology and human health, urban geology, groundwater science and engineering, soil microorganism, soil heavy metal pollution, global climate change and carbon neutrality.

China Geology welcomes a range of submissions, from Original and Review Articles to Editorials, Short Communications (Research Advances), News and Highlights. These papers should be of both exceptional quality and interest in the geosciences field. Review Articles are specially invited and authored by leading experts to bring the latest research to the wider community. Careful consideration is taken into account for form and content, with an emphasis on international focus. All papers are subject to international peer review.

Society affiliation

China Geological Survey (CGS)is a component institution of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the People?s Republic of China. It is responsible for the unified deployment, organisation and implementation of geological investigation and mineral exploration. It provides basic geological data and information for the nation's economic and social deve...

China Geological Survey (CGS)is a component institution of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the People?s Republic of China. It is responsible for the unified deployment, organisation and implementation of geological investigation and mineral exploration. It provides basic geological data and information for the nation's economic and social development, and in response to public demand, CGS currently publishes three academic journals; the Chinese-language titles Geology in China and Geological Bulletin of China, and China Geology, which is published in English.
The Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences (CAGS) is a non-profit-making institution. It engages in geoscience research, carries out knowledge and technological innovation, and undertakes public-welfare and basic geological work, along with exploration and evaluation of strategic mineral resources. It was founded in 1956 and reorganised in 1999. CAGS is devoted to scientific investigations and research on a wide range of topics, including basic, mineral deposit, environmental and karst geology, hydrogeology, exploration geophysics and exploration geochemistry.

Changes of coastline and tidal flat and its implication for ecological protection under human activities: Take China’s Bohai Bay as an example

A potential giant gallium deposit hosted in the tailing dam of the Fankou Zn-Pb deposit in northern Guangdong Province, South China

LA-ICP-MS zircon U-Pb dating of tuffites in the Sachakou Pb-Zn mining area, Karakorum, Xinjiang and its establishment of Early Triassic strata

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The second natural gas hydrate production test in the South China Sea

Carbon peak and carbon neutrality in China: Goals, implementation path and prospects

Coexistence of natural gas hydrate, free gas and water in the gas hydrate system in the Shenhu Area, South China Sea

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News

New China Mineral Resources Report 2022

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China Mineral Resources from 2012 to 2020

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China Mineral Resources 2021

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