Synonyms for geoscienceworld or Related words with geoscienceworld

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Examples of "geoscienceworld"
A peer-reviewed journal, Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics (JEEG), is published quarterly and distributed via mail to the EEGS membership and academic libraries. It is available online as part of EEGS’ Research Collection. Articles from recent issues (2005 forward) are available online to members of subscribing institutions through GeoScienceWorld (
2. Malmgren, B. A., Berggren, W. A., & Lohmann, G. P. (1983, October). Evidence for punctuated gradualism in the late Neogene Globorotalia tumida lineage of planktonic foraminifera .GeoScienceWorld, 9(3), 377-389. Abstract retrieved from
She was a founder of "GeoScienceWorld", an international journal aggregation for geoscientists. Among her awards and honors she is a fellow of the Geological Society of America, from which she received the Distinguished Service Award in 2003, after serving as its president in 2001, and an honorary fellow of the Geological Society of London. In 2001 she was named Outstanding Educator by the Association for Women Geoscientists.
In an article released in GeoScienceWorld in September 2005 by Laia Alegret is described how the author researched the sediments at Loma Capiro in Central Cuba and provided new evidence about the Chicxulub impact. The Chicxulub impact refers to the huge meteor that hit the Yucatán Peninsula in the Cretaceous/Paleogene era and is believed to have played a major role in the mass extinction of the dinosaurs. During impact, mega tsunamis, earthquakes and continental destabilization were generated. It affected Cuba in particular, due to the proximity and elongated shape of the island.