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ISSN: 0040-1951

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Tectonophysics is a journal indexed in SJR in Geophysics and Earth-Surface Processes with an H index of 160. It has a price of 2835 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,529 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Tectonophysics focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: data, geodynamic, southwest, inversion, earthquake, tectonics, japan, implications, eastern, east, ...

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Languages: English

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Publication frecuency: -

Price

2835 €

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Green OA

0 €

Non OA

Metrics

Tectonophysics

1,529

SJR Impact factor

160

H Index

259

Total Docs (Last Year)

1112

Total Docs (3 years)

24428

Total Refs

3657

Total Cites (3 years)

1077

Citable Docs (3 years)

3,32

Cites/Doc (2 years)

94,32

Ref/Doc

Aims and Scope


data, geodynamic, southwest, inversion, earthquake, tectonics, japan, implications, eastern, east, early, experiment, extension, foldandthrust, formation, frictional, geodetic, domains, deformation, datacrustal, ancestral, antarctic, art, atlantis, geomorphological, block, bond, boundary, bursts, continental, craton, critical,


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