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Lithos is a journal indexed in SJR in Geology and Geochemistry and Petrology with an H index of 166. It has a price of 3150 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,899 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,899.

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Languages: English

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Price

3150 €

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NPD

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0 €

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Metrics

Lithos

1,899

SJR Impact factor

166

H Index

458

Total Docs (Last Year)

1105

Total Docs (3 years)

38270

Total Refs

4712

Total Cites (3 years)

1085

Citable Docs (3 years)

3,93

Cites/Doc (2 years)

83,56

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Hydrogen and oxygen isotope evidence for fluid-rock interactions in the stages of pre- and post-UHP metamorphism in the Dabie Mountains

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Igneous banding, schlieren and mafic enclaves in calc-alkaline granites: The Budduso pluton (Sardinia)

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Monzonitic series from the Variscan Tormes Dome (Central Iberian Zone): petrogenetic evolution from monzogabbro to granite magmas

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Prograde metamorphism and decompression of the Gfohl gneiss, Czech Republic

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Distribution of Fe2+ and Mg between coexisting garnet and hornblende in synthetic and natural systems: an empirical calibration of the garnet-hornblende Fe-Mg geothermometer

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Crustal contaminants in the Permian Oslo Rift, South Norway: constraints from Precambrian geochemistry

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Phengite megacryst quasi-exsolving phlogopite, from Sulu ultra-high pressure metamorphic terrane, Qinglongshan, Donghai County (eastern China): New data for P-T-X conditions during exhumation

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Mantle structure and composition to 800-km depth beneath southern Africa and surrounding oceans from broadband body waves

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Proterozoic eclogites from the Lofoten islands, northern Norway

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Two anisotropic layers in the Slave craton

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Breccia-hosted manganese-rich minerals of Alpi Apuane, Italy: A marine, redox-generated deposit

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Petrology and geochemistry of ultrapotassic rocks from the Montefiascone Volcanic Complex (Central Italy): magmatic evolution and petrogenesis

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Kimberlites, orangeites, lamproites melilitites and minettes: a petrographic atlas

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South African seismicity, April 1997 to April 1999, and regional variations in the crust and uppermost mantle of the Kaapvaal craton

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Petrology of Recent lava flows, Volcano Mountain, Yukon Territory, Canada

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Experimental investigation of the effect of metasomatism by carbonatic melt on the composition and structure of the deep mantle

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