The Mountain Geologist
About The Mountain Geologist
The Mountain Geologist is the quarterly peer-reviewed journal published by the Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists (RMAG). Issues are published digitally online in January, April, July and October of each year. The Mountain Geologist circulates to more than 1800 members of the RMAG and about 200 university and government libraries and industry associations. The Mountain Geologist assigns a digital object identifier (DOI) to published articles registered through CrossRef to provide a persistent link on the internet to their location and to maximize exposure to the scientific community.
The Mountain Geologist is a regionally oriented publication and generally focuses on the geology of the greater Rocky Mountain area of North America. Areas covered range from West Texas and New Mexico to northern British Columbia, as well as the Great Plains and Mid-Continent region. Other topics from outside the region that are of interest to the readership or bear on geoscience issues relating to those in the greater Rocky Mountain area will also be considered. The range of topics presented in The Mountain Geologist covers almost every sub-discipline in the geosciences, including environmental geology and geomorphology, geochemistry, geophysics, hydrogeology, mining, petroleum geology, paleontology, petrology, stratigraphy, structural geology, and more. Authors include people from industry, government, and academia.
Members have access the six most recent issues of The Mountain Geologist, which will remain on the RMAG web site approximately 18 months. Please note the expiration dates shown with each issue.
Interested in submitting an article to The Mountain Geologist? See the submission guidelines and editor contact information.
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1964-2005 Compilation can be purchased here.
- Member Price: $50
- Non-Member Price: $75
2006-2010 Compilation can be purchased here.
- Member Price: $30
- Non-Member Price: $40
Individual articles from all issues (1964 to present) can be purchased at AAPG Datapages.
Limited past print issues (2013 and prior) are available. Email the office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. They are available for $15 each.