Publications

ISSN: 2248–2776
ISSN-L:
1224–6808

Geo-Eco-Marina is a scientific journal that appears annually starting with 1996. The journal publishes results of geological and geophysical research on ancient and modern marine and fluvial environment.

In order to ensure a high quality standard, the scientific papers are peer-reviewed. Therefore we are waiting to publish your scientific contributions. We are looking forward for your comments on papers already published that are freely available on our site.

To view journal page on the old site along with the archive of past issues click here.

Editors-in-Chief:

  • Prof. Dr. Nicolae PANIN – Bucuresti
    Member of the Romanian Academy

Editorial Board:

  • Prof. How Kin WONG – Hamburg, Germany
  • Prof. Jean-Marie MARTIN – Varese, Italy
  • Dr. Gilles LERICOLAIS – Brest, France
  • Dr. Franco MARABINI – Bologna, Italy
  • Dr. Georg UMGIESSER – Venice, Italy
  • Dr. Andrew PETTER – Minnesota, USA
  • Dr. Cornel OLARIU – Austin, USA
  • Dr. Claudia STRECHIE-SLIWINSKI – Peachtree City, USA
  • Dr. Adrian STANICA – Bucuresti
  • Dr. Silviu RADAN – Bucuresti
  • Dr. Constantin Stefan SAVA – Bucuresti
  • Dr. Dan SECRIERU – Constanta
  • Dr. Titus BRUSTUR – Bucuresti

Managing Editor:

  • Cristina VASILIU

Desktop Publishing:

  • Carmen BIRIS

This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

Geo-Eco-Marina publishes novel research results primarily focused on studies performed along the Danube River- Danube Delta- Black Sea (and its coastal zone) macro-geo-system. Topics cover both modern and fossil sedimentary deposits, as well as present and past geological associations.

Geo-Eco-Marina is an annual scientific journal, published continuously since 1996, with a year-round invitation for publication open to marine scientists and geoscientists worldwide.

Each contribution is peer-reviewed: submitted manuscripts are reviewed by experts, and both the expert and the author are aware of each other’s identity. Geo-Eco-Marina includes colour illustrations and occasional large inserts.

There are no APCs

Geo-Eco-Marina is funded by the Romanian Research and Innovation Authority through its dedicated National Programme for national scientific journals of choice.

There are no submission and no Article Processing Charges –  APCs.  And there are no fees for colour figures, either.

The Author retains copyright ownership. 

 

Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement

Geo-Eco-Marina follows The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE):

Geo-Eco-Marina is listed in SCOPUS, Zoological Record, EBSCO Central&Eastern European Academic Source, ProQuest – Scientific Journals Database, Google Scholar, J-Gate, geoscience e-journals, Academic Index, Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE), Bayerische StaatsBibliotek, Ulrich’s; Geo-Eco-Marina is selectively indexed and abstracted in CAB Abstracts and Environmental Impact databases.

EASE Guidelines for Authors and Translators of Scientific Articles to be Published in English

 

Audience

  • Geologists
  • Environmental scientists
  • Academics
  • Engineers
  • Coastal managers
  • Oceanographers
  • Chemists
  • Biologists

 

Geo-Eco-Marina is listed in SCOPUS, Zoological Record, EBSCO Central&Eastern European Academic Source, ProQuest – Scientific Journals Database, Google Scholar, J-Gate, geoscience e-journals, Academic Index, Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE), Bayerische StaatsBibliotek, Ulrich’s; Geo-Eco-Marina is selectively indexed and abstracted in CAB Abstracts and Environmental Impact databases.

 

Current issue:

Geo-Eco-Marina No.26

Articles

Contents (137.37 KB)

Gas escape features on the Romanian Black Sea shelf – examples from 2D seismic interpretation (6.87 MB)

Alexandru Diaconu, Ioan Munteanu, Vlad Rădulescu, George Moise

Black Sea submarine valleys – patterns, systems, networks (15.16 MB)

Dan C. Jipa, Nicolae Panin, Cornel Olariu, Cornel Pop

Assessing the Allochthonous and Autochthonous sediment inputs (2.49 MB)

Irina Catianis, Adriana Maria Constantinescu, Ana Bianca Pavel, Iulian Pojar, Dumitru Grosu, Oana Dobre

Extensional overprints in the lower crustal architecture, insights from gravity modelling of the Romanian Shelf (3.04 MB)

Bogdan Alexandrescu, Ioan Munteanu, Radu Dimitriu

Large-scale progradation and sediment gravity flow in a deep-sea basin: Albian deposits in the South Carpathians (5.82 MB)

Dan C. Jipa, Mihaela Melinte - Dobrinescu, Margaret A. Rutka

Volhynian microfauna in Blejeşti area (9.25 MB)

Corina Ioniţă - Badea, Ovidiu Dragastan, Mihaela C. Melinte - Dobrinescu, Andrei Briceag, Costel - Victor Singhel

Role of the crustal detachements during rifting, insights from Labrador Sea (5.27 MB)

Mihaela - Carmen Dediu, Ioan Munteanu, Corneliu Dinu

Features of the distribution of three species of fish trematodes in Pavlodar region of Kazakhstan (504.68 KB)

Kanat Akhmetov, Diana Maralbayeva

Linking geological and geomorphological features. Case study: Slănicul de Buzău valley (3.35 MB)

Adrian Gherghe, Alexandru Nedelea, Andrei Briceag, Gabriel Ion, Mihaela C. Melinte - Dobrinescu

Assessment of atmospheric water vapor remote sensing using GPS signals by Radiosonde and MODIS satellite images (2.43 MB)

Bilal Beldjilali, Salem Kahlouche

The geological heritage of the Transylvanian Basin: Assessment of geological reserves with mud volcanoes (11.22 MB)

Antoneta Seghedi, Silviu Rădan, Andrei Briceag

A study on the light attenuation caused by periphyton in the Burgas Bay, the Black Sea (752.28 KB)

Elitsa V. Hineva, Valentin T. Panayotov, Elitsa S. Stefanova, Hristiyana G. Stamatova

Modern limpet home scar on the Devonian cliffs, North coast Central and West Cornwall (United Kingdom), and Lower Cretaceous Patellichnus from Romania (5.89 MB)

Titus Brustur

In Memoriam – Dan Constantin Jipa (1935-2020) (1.61 MB)

In Memoriam – Corneliu Dinu (1944-2020) (333.04 KB)

GeoEcoMar Books

Volumes for annual scientific sessions

Library

The goal of the techical library of NIRD GeoEcoMar is to establish, organize, develop and conserve the collection of books, journals and other specific documents, in order to facilitate their use for information and research.

Being a specialized library, it is destined to researchers in the field of geology and geoecology, as well as in related areas.

The purpose of the technical library of I.N.C-D GeoEcoMar is to establish, organize and process, develop and preserve the collection of books, publications and other specific documents, in order to facilitate their use for information and research purposes.

Being a specialized library, it is intended for researchers in the field of geology and geoecology, as well as in the related sciences.

The library’s collection is developed annually through the acquisitions of books and publications from the funds allocated by the tutelary ministry (M.E.C.I) and from private donations. The most important donation is the donation of H.G. Wong (Germany), published in the University of Hamburg, U.S. periodicals. and various books on geology, geoecology, geophysics, etc.

Among the subscribed publications we mention the magazine “Marine Geology”, which also includes articles published by the specialists of our institute, “Terra Nova”, “Geo-Marine Letters”, “Sedimentology”.
The library also holds various Romanian publications edited by I.G.R. and the Romanian Academy.

Donations:

  • Prof. H.G. Wong – Universitatea din Hamburg (Germania)
  • Acad. Mircea Sanduleascu – Academia Romana – Sectia de Stiinte Geonomice
  • Dr. Constantina Stanciu – IGR
  • Dr. Constantin Sava – GeoEcoMar
  • Dr. Titus Brustur – GeoEcoMar

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