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Iranian Journal of Earth Sciences

Editor-in-Chief: Rahim Dabiri, PhD

Online ISSN: 2228-785X

Print ISSN: 2008-8779

Publishes Quarterly


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Iranian Journal of Earth Sciences (IJES) is a multi-disciplinary journal aimed at bringing together top-quality research across the entire spectrum of the Earth Sciences along with relevant work in related areas. IJES Journal opens a new era for the publication of geoscientific research articles in English, covering geology, mineralogy, petrology, economic geology, environmental geology, geophysics, geochemistry, paleontology, structural geology,  stratigraphy, sedimentology, petroleum geology, hydrogeology, remote sensingand planetary geology.

Journal DOI: 10.57647/ijes

Journal Abbreviation: Iran J Earth Sci

Journal Title Acronym: IJES

Journal Owner: Islamic Azad University

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IJES is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal, meaning that all interested readers are able to freely access the journal online at the need for a subscription. Manuscripts that are accepted for publication will not be subject to any page charges, color charges, or article processing charges.

ISSN (Print): 2008-8779
ISSN (Online): 2228-785X

IJES receives its 2023 Impact Factor of 1.0

We are thrilled to announce a significant milestone for the International Journal of Earth Science (IJES). It is with great pleasure that we share the news that IJES’s first IF has increased from 0.8 to 1.0, based on the Journal Citation Reports™ from Clarivate, 2023 (released June 2024).

The Impact Factor of a journal is a measure of its influence and significance within the academic community, calculated by dividing the number of current year citations to the source items published in the journal during the previous two years. This recognition underscores the valuable contributions of IJES to its field and enhances its visibility among wider audiences.

This achievement marks an important step forward for IJES, and we are committed to further enhancing the quality and impact of the journal in the years to come. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the editorial team, reviewers, authors, and readers who have made significant contributions to this success.

The Iranian Journal of Earth Sciences has been upgraded to Q2 based on the Scimago ranking 

We are pleased to announce that our journal has been upgraded to Q2 based on the latest evaluation of scientific journals on Scimago Journal Ranking. This significant achievement is a testament to our commitment to publishing high-quality academic research and adhering to the highest standards of academic publishing. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all the authors, reviewers, and editors who have contributed to our journal’s success. This achievement would not have been possible without their valuable support and dedication. As a Q2 journal, we are committed to maintaining and improving the quality of our publications. We encourage researchers and scholars to submit their research papers to our journal and cite our articles in their own work. Our team will continue to work hard to provide a platform for high-quality academic research and foster a community of scholars.

Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to your contribution to our journal.

Latest Articles

Original Article
Evaluating RBM Performance Considering the Geometric Parameters of the Raise Borer Machine and the Geomechanical Properties of the Rock

In recent years, there has been a tendency towards mechanized drilling due to safety, high rate and efficiency, and environmental compatibility. Raise Boring Machines (RBM) are used for the mechanized drilling of shafts and other inclined structures in civil and mining projects. Choosing the type of RBM and accurately estimating the functions are the main […]

Sirvan Moradi
Original Article
Application of artificial intelligence techniques in the estimation of Young’s modulus by conventional well logs

Having information about Young’s modulus is extremely essential for characterization of the hydrocarbon reservoirs. This property can be conventionally determined by core sample data analysis in laboratory that is time-consuming, critically expensive and discontinuous. Therefore, many researchers have always been looking for suitable methods to estimate Young’s modulus with acceptable accuracy. The current research aims […]

Shahoo Maleki
Original Article
Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Cenomanian – Coniacian succession in the Chenareh Anticline, West of Iran

In this study, a foraminiferal biozonation scheme for the Late Cenomanian – Coniacian deposits for the Lorestan basin, is proposed. Five successive biozones are recognized within the Sarvak, Surgah and Ilam formations, which in stratigraphic arrangement are Nezzazata – Alveolinids Assemblage Zone (Late Cenomanian- Early Turonian), Helvetoglobotruncana helvetica Total Rang Zone (Early- Middle Turonian), Marginotruncana […]

Iraj Maghfouri Moghaddam

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