Geodiversitas is a fast-track and peer-reviewed journal, devoted to varied aspects of earth sciences. It publishes original research results, in French or English, with emphasis on history of sedimentary basins, paleobiodiversity and paleoenvironments. An issue of Geodiversitas may be devoted to a single topic (thematic issues of Geodiversitas) under the responsibility of guest editor(s). All articles published in Geodiversitas are compliant with the different nomenclatural codes. A copyright assignment will be signed by the authors before publication.
Geodiversitas is a diamond open access journal, free of charges for both the author and the reader and accessible here as soon as published. Geodiversitas is distributed electronically by BioOne®, which provides its archiving in Portico and LOCKSS.
Printed issues are still available using the formular on the right of this page.
Geodiversitas continues as from 1997 the Bulletin du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, 4ème série – section C : Sciences de la Terre, Paléontologie, Géologie, Minéralogie. From 2018, Geodiversitas is published online only with a continuous flow of publication (fast-track).
Editor in chief: Didier Merle;
Desk editors: Emmanuel Côtez; Anne Mabille.
Christine Argot (Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Paris)
Beatrix Azanza (Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Madrid)
Raymond L. Bernor (Howard University, Washington DC)
Alain Blieck (USTL, Villeneuve d'Ascq)
Henning Blom (Uppsala University)
Jean Broutin (Sorbonne Université, Paris)
Gaël Clément (Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Paris)
Ted Daeschler (Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphie)
Gregory D. Edgecombe (The Natural History Museum, Londres)
Ursula Göhlich (Natural History Museum Vienna)
Jin Meng (American Museum of Natural History, New York)
Brigitte Meyer-Berthaud (CIRAD, Montpellier)
Zhu Min (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Pékin)
Isabelle Rouget (Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Paris)
Sevket Sen (Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Paris)
Stanislav Štamberg (Museum of Eastern Bohemia, Hradec Králové)
Paul Taylor (The Natural History Museum, Londres)