Sunday, May 21, 2023 - Friday, May 26, 2023 - Booth number: Pub26 - Chiba
When you visit Springer Nature in our booth Pub26, you can talk to some of the most experienced editors working in scholarly publishing. These experts can answer any questions you might have and can explain the ins and outs of today’s publishing landscape, including open access (OA), what’s involved in writing and publishing a book, and more.
We welcome you to browse the full portfolio of Geoscience at Springer here. On these pages you will find more detailed information about our books, journals, and services highlighted especially for the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting.
You’re attending the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting because you have results to share. But what’s the best way to reach the widest appropriate audience? The Springer Nature editors who are here can help answer that question. You can take the opportunity to meet us. If you haven’t written a book before, they can give you a quick introduction to the process. And if you have, they can show you how publishing a book with Springer would be different from other publishers. They can also help answer any questions you might have about Springer journals.
Every kind of article or book you might write can find it’s home here, including in fully OA books and journals. So you can see for yourself, Daisuke, Paola, Yosuke, Jan, and Satoko have hand-chosen examples that demonstrate the quality, breadth, and depth of what we publish; and also how your research might find its place here. If you already have a book idea in mind, you can discuss it directly with an experienced Publishing Editor. Find out what makes publishing your book with Springer Nature different.
W. M. White
A Comprehensive Reference Source on the Chemistry of the Earth
M. Okrusch, H. E. Frimmel
An Introduction to Minerals, Rocks, and Mineral Deposits
Phase Transition and Thermodynamics
Applications to Earthquake Prediction
Y. Kumahara, H. Kaneda, H. Tsutsumi
When you visit our booth Pub26, you can see a selection of books and journals picked specifically for the Japan Geoscience Union Meeting. You can take the opportunity to directly see the quality of these books by personally sampling what’s in them.
Open access (OA) refers to the free, immediate, online availability of research outputs such as journal articles or books, combined with the rights to use these outputs fully in the digital environment. Publishing OA expands the reach of your research, fostering greater impact, visibility and usage of your work. Studies indicate that gold OA articles achieve significantly more downloads, citations, and Altmetric attention than non-OA articles.
You may be able to publish OA, with your fees covered, through one of Springer Nature’s many OA agreements. Alternatively, you can use our free OA funding and support service to find and apply for funding to cover your article processing charges (APCs) and/or book processing charges (BPCs).
Ultimately, serving the research community means research that’s open to all. And the only way to achieve full, immediate, and sustainable OA is by prioritising gold OA.
M. Onoda, O. R. Young
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These tools and services will help your researchers get their work published faster, and with more impact. Which, in turn, will get more impact for your institution and the breakthroughs it discovers.