GEUS Bulletin journal impact factors rise again
Both the 1 year and 5 year journal impact factors (JIFs) have risen for our title, GEUS Bulletin. The 1 year IF for 2022 is 1.7 and the 5 year IF is 1.8.
While there are a few caveats to consider along with these numbers, it is good news for the editorial team as well as all our authors and reviewers who contribute to the articles, map descriptions and monographs published in GEUS Bulletin.
The new set of journal metrics, published by Clarivate in the Journal Citation Report (JCR) 2023, is the first full set of metrics for the journal since it was relaunched on a new digital platform in 2020 and changed name from the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland Bulletin to GEUS Bulletin.
The 2023 report looks at citations in 2022 of content published up to and including 2021.
Editor in Chief, Catherine Jex, is pleased with the outcome:
“Impact factors can be a tricky business, but so long as they remain important to our authors, we will keep track and hope to do as well as we can. So, I’m pleased with these results and thankful to the team of volunteer editors, guest editors, authors and reviewers who make such an invaluable contribution to GEUS Bulletin, along with my colleagues in the editorial office.”
The JCR report 2023 can be accessed online, here.