Springer Nature set to publish official journal of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration from 2019
- 18 Jul 2018
Springer Nature, a global publisher that serves and supports the research community, will publish the international peer-reviewed journal Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (MME) of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME), beginning January 2019 with volume 36.
This broad-based forum for the exchange of real-world findings and theoretical research is projected to be a valuable resource for researchers and practitioners in academia, industry and government institutions who are working in mining, minerals and natural resources. The journal was previously published by SME under the title Minerals & Metallurgical Processing. Its scope has now been broadened to represent the full spectrum of interests of the society.
In six issues per year, this subscription journal with open access options will publish original research, in-depth reviews, short communications, and reviews of new technologies and industrial methodologies. Mary Poulton, co-director of the Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources at the University of Arizona, heads MME as its executive editor. She is supported by three section editors-in-chief responsible for the fields of mining, minerals and exploration, respectively: Jurgen Brune at the Colorado School of Mines, Ronel Kappes at Newmont USA, and Virginia McLemore at the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources. In addition, MME has an international editorial board of more than 20 experts from academia, industry and government.
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Maney Publishing to publish Canadian Metallurgical Quarterly from 2011
- 09 Sep 2010
Academic publisher Maney Publishing, UK, has announced a publishing partnership with the Metallurgical Society of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (MetSoc). Under the deal, Maney will publish the Society's peer-reviewed journal - Canadian Metallurgical Quarterly: The Canadian Journal of Metallurgy and Materials Science - in 2011.
A quarterly publication, CMQ seeks to provide a forum for the publication of research papers and review articles on all aspects of metallurgy and materials science, including mineral processing, hydrometallurgy, pyrometallurgy, materials processing, physical metallurgy and the service behaviour of materials. Published since 1962, the journal welcomes contributions in English, with abstracts available in English and French.
The first issue from Maney is due in January 2011. Submissions will be managed via the online submissions system Editorial Manager from late 2010.
Maney's first initiative will be to make the full archive of CMQ available online alongside current content via IngentaConnect, which will be available to subscribers and members of MetSoc. CMQ will also join the MORE Materials Science & Engineering Collection, a package of journals which provides institutions with instant online access to twenty-eight peer-reviewed international materials science journals.
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Maney renews publishing agreement with Australasian mining institute
- 11 Feb 2010
Academic publisher Maney Publishing, UK, has announced that a publishing agreement with the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) has been renewed for another three years. The Transactions of the Institutions of Mining and Metallurgy journals; Mining Technology, Applied Earth Science and Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy are published by Maney on behalf of the Institution of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) in association with the AusIMM. Members of both Institutions have online access to content.
The AusIMM represents the interests of professionals associated in all facets of the mining, exploration and minerals processing industries. It was established in 1893 to advance science and engineering in the minerals industry, and to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas to enhance the professional excellence of its members. The AusIMM represents and supports an 8,000-strong membership base which is located in a network of branches throughout the Asia Pacific region.
The Transactions journals are part of the MORE (Maney Online Research E-journal) Materials Science & Engineering Collection. Other maney titles in this genre include Materials Science and Engineering, Ironmaking and Steelmaking and International Materials Reviews. In 2010, institutions wishing to subscribe to Applied Earth Science, Mining Technology and Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy can do so at a 10 percent discounted price through the Earth Science Journals Collection.
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