Geology Today

Geology Today is a colourful, informative and entertaining read for anyone interested in geology, whether you are amateur or professional, young or old.  There are 6 issues a year and what is more, members of the Geologists’ Association may subscribe at discounted rates directly with Wiley, who publish it on behalf of the Geologists’ Association and the Geological Society of London.  Geology Today covers a wide range of topical subjects of interest in the Earth Sciences. It includes articles and features reviewing topics of current interest in geology written for the general reader by experts in the field.  For example, recent issues include David Nowell’s article comparing the geology of the Marseilles to Italy high‐speed TGV railway line with that of HS2 in Britain and Chris King’s article on ‘What do geologists do when the coronavirus bites? Ideas for educators’. It also features news and briefings on recent research, discoveries and geological happenings, regular series systematically explaining different types of rocks, fossils, minerals and building stones, and a lively correspondence section where readers can share their views and respond to items appearing in the journal.

Whilst it is informative for the reader it is also a great outlet for potential authors out there.  It provides a place where research findings can be shared with a wide geological readership and at the discretion of the Editor it can provide rapid publication for topical issues – after all it is called Geology ‘Today’!

GA members are offered a reduced subscription to Geology Today from Wiley, a bi-monthly journal of interest to all members of the geological community.