SEG Discovery (Formerly the SEG Newsletter)

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To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Society and respond to increasing demand for more industry-focused technical articles with modern digital content such as 3D models and videos, the SEG Publications Board is pleased to announce SEG Discovery (formerly the SEG Newsletter).

With the expansion in scope, the Publications Board recognizes the need to update the publication's name to reflect these innovations. As long-time members will recall, the quarterly SEG Newsletter was founded in 1990 as a much-needed solution for the expanding "Society Pages" that appeared in the back of Economic Geology. SEG has evolved over the years, and the time has come, once again, to update this member benefit.

Feature Articles

Each issue features a peer-reviewed article on a topic of interest to economic geologists.

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Geology and Mining Series

This series provides insight into the many ways geoscientists contribute to the mineral industry.

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Views Columns

These opinion pieces investigate a variety of issues, including exploration, resources, research, and professional development.

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Submit an Article

SEG invites news items and short articles on topics of potential interest to the membership. Manuscripts should be double-spaced. Please submit content in a Word file via e-mail.

Myra Holmes
SEG Discovery Production
publications@segweb.org

Submit a Lead/Feature Article

SEG also invites submissions of longer, peer-reviewed lead articles. For consideration, please follow the guidelines below.

General Guidelines: Articles should be no more than 5,000 words, including references, and should be submitted typed, double-spaced, in 12-point font. Typically, there should be no more than seven figures. Submit all graphics/figures in the original file format as well as a universally supported format (e.g., PDF).

J. Bruce Gemmell
SEG Discovery Technical Editor
bruce.gemmell@utas.edu.au

Ads, announcements, and images should be submitted as an EPS, TIFF, or PDF. All photos should have a resolution of 300 dpi or higher. Ad Spec Sheet

Laura Doll
SEG Discovery Graphic Design
lauradoll@segweb.org
+1 (720) 981-7207

Article/Advertisement Deadlines

  • November 30 (to appear in the January issue)
  • February 28 (to appear in the April issue)
  • May 31 (to appear in the July issue)
  • August 31 (to appear in the October issue)

Ad Specs

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Advertising Policy

The publication of any advertisement by the Society of Economic Geologists (SEG) is neither an endorsement of the advertiser nor of the products or services advertised. SEG is not responsible for any claims made in an advertisement.

SEG publications are published for, and on behalf of, the membership to advance science and discovery in the field of economic geology. The Society reserves the right to unilaterally reject, omit, or cancel advertising which it deems to be not in the best interest of SEG, the objectives set forth above, or which by its tone, content, or appearance is not in keeping with the essentially scientific, scholarly, and professional nature of its publications. Conditions, printed or otherwise, which conflict with this policy will not be binding on the publisher.