CGG publishes original research papers, short and rapid communications and review articles covering a wide spectrum of earth science disciplines including deep structural geophysics, geodynamics, tectonics, near surface geophysics, applied and environmental geophysics, geomagnetism, seismology, paleomagnetism, space weather, geodesy and geomatics, surveying engineering, hydrology, hydro-geology, atmospheric science, climatology.
CGG is the journal of the Earth Science Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences (since July 2015), formerly of the Geophysical Institute of the SAS, which merged in July 2015 with the Geological Institute of the SAS to form the ESI SAS with two divisions (geology and geophysics). CGG is a successor of the journal Contribution of the Geophysical Institute of the SAS published by the institute (once per annum, ISSN 0586-4607) since 1969 and its associated “Series of Meteorology” (once per annum, ISBN 80-224-0187-0) since 1974. Since 1998 (Vol. 28) the CGG had been published in print as 4 issues per annum. Since 2009 the 4 issues are published also electronically as Open Access fulltexts by De Gruyter. In 2014 (Vol. 44) the print production stops and CGG becomes electronic only.
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Editorial Board Miroslav Bielik, ESI SAS Bratislava, Editor: deep structural geophysics Jozef Brestenský, Comenius University, Dept of Astronomy, Physics of the Earth and Meteorology, Bratislava, Editor: geomagnetism Kristián Csicsay, ESI SAS Bratislava, Editor: seismology Peter Guba, Comenius University, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Bratislava, Editor: geomagnetism, magnetohydrodynamics Juraj Janák, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Dept Geodesy, Editor: geodesy Dušan Majcin, ESI SAS Bratislava, Editor: geothermics Pavol Nejedlík, ESI SAS Bratislava, Editor: meteorology and climatology Blažej Pandula, Geoscience Institute, BERG, Technical University in Košice, Editor: geotechnics, applied geophysics Roman Pašteka, Comenius University, Dept Applied Environmental Geophysics, Bratislava, Editor: applied, environmental and near surface geophysics Ján Szolgay, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Dept Hydrology, Editor: hydrology Sebastián Ševčík, Comenius University, Dept of Astronomy, Physics of the Earth and Meteorology, Bratislava, Editor: geomagnetism, ionosphere Ján Vozár, ESI SAS Bratislava, Editor: geomagnetism, magnetotellurics, deep structural geophysics
International Editorial Advisory Board Robert Tenzer (Hong Kong), Polytechnic University, Dept. Land Surveying and Geoinformatics, Hong Kong Peter Molnar (Switzerland), ETH Zurich, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Switzerland Mohamed M. Gobashy (Egypt), Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Dept. Geophysics, Cairo, Egypt Robert Kingdon (Canada), University of New Brunswick, Dept of Geodesy and Geomatics Eng., Fredericton, Canada Virupakshi Reddy (India), Indian Institute of Geomagnetism, Mumbai, India Juraj Parajka (Austria), Vienna University of Technology, Centre for Water Resource Systems, Vienna, Austria Gyula Mentes (Hungary), Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Geodetic and Geophysical Institute, RCAES, Sopron, Hungary Jaroslav Rožnovský (Czech Republic), Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, Brno, Czech Republic Vladimir Semenov (Poland), Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geophysics, Warsaw, Poland Radim Tolasz (Czech Republic), Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, Prague/Ostrava, Czech Republic Irina Makarenko (Ukraine), Natinal Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Institute of Geophysics, Kiev, Ukraine
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