Geophysical Journal International (GJI) is one of the world's leading peer-reviewed research journals in solid-Earth geophysics, publishing the results of research on the earth's internal structure, physical properties, evolution and processes covering all aspects of theoretical, computational and observational geophysics.
Subjects covered include:
earthquake and controlled-source seismology, tides, the Earth's gravitational field in relation to its shape, deep interior, crustal structure, stress and isostasy;
- palaeomagnetism and rock magnetism and their applications to geomagnetism, internal processes and geotectonics;
- heat flow, electromagnetism, rheology and volcanology;
- geophysics applied to the structure and evolution or rifts, ridges, trenches, mountains, continents and oceans.
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