GEUS Bulletin is a peer-reviewed, open access journal published by the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS). We publish geoscience research papers, monographs and map descriptions for Denmark, Greenland and the Arctic region. GEUS Bulletin believes that open science benefits scientists, industry and society. We do not charge publication fees and all our articles can be freely downloaded online.
GEUS Bulletin follows the principles of transparency and best practice in scholarly publishing as described by the Committee on Publishing Ethics (COPE).
As an open access journal, we believe that scientific findings should be fully documented, and data be made as open and available as possible. We believe that authors should always receive the appropriate credit for their work. And we endeavour to maintain trust in scientific findings among all end-users, including the public. Any suspected breach of publication ethics will be taken seriously and addressed according to the procedures outlined by COPE. Read more about GEUS Bulletin ethics policies in the following pages.
This section outlines the GEUS Bulletin policies of authorship and will help authors distinguish between contributions that warrant authorship or an acknowledgement.
This section describes how to raise a complaint during the review stage or post publication.
Here we describe the types of competing interests that should be disclosed by authors, editors and reviewers, and how and when to disclose them.
This includes how authors may make data available upon publicaiton.
A statement on who has ethical oversight at GEUS Bulletin and how this is enacted.
This section describes policies for handling copyrighted material, plagiarism, self-plagiarism, text recycling, duplicate and redundant publication.
A statement on how GEUS Bulletin handles post publication discussions, corrections and retractions.