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What the future holds for the Netherlands Journal of Geosciences

  • Johan ten Veen (a1)
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My first year as Editor-in-Chief of the Netherlands Journal of Geosciences / Geologie en Mijnbouw turned out to be a steep learning curve which showed me all the facets this task brings. It has been a productive year, though. A total of 49 papers were published in three regular and two special issues. The special issues, on the Meuse Valley and on Seismicity of the Groningen Gas Field, were well received and contain papers authored by members of academic and applied institutions, including universities, consultants, advisory institutions, provinces, energy operators and regulatory authorities. This once again proves that thematic issues are a great strength of the Journal and it is good to notice that the Journal has become a medium for a broad geoscientific research community.

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Editor-in-chief, also on behalf of the editors Geert-Jan Vis, Rick Donselaar, Fred Beekman, Ronald van Balen and Hanneke Verweij

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Editor-in-chief, also on behalf of the editors Geert-Jan Vis, Rick Donselaar, Fred Beekman, Ronald van Balen and Hanneke Verweij

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Netherlands Journal of Geosciences
  • ISSN: 0016-7746
  • EISSN: 1573-9708
  • URL: /core/journals/netherlands-journal-of-geosciences
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