The Canadian Mineralogist is an international journal published by the Mineralogical Association of Canada.
Since 1962, The Canadian Mineralogist has published papers dealing with all aspects of mineralogy, crystallography, petrology, economic geology, geochemistry, and applied mineralogy.
The Canadian Mineralogist features:
- Recognition as one of the main-line journals for the mineral sciences
- Top-notch refereeing
- An Editorial board of sixteen internationally recognized specialists
- More than 1600 pages a year on the mineral sciences
Readers and contributors also benefit from:
A society-run journal
The journal is published bimonthly by the Mineralogical Association of Canada, a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the mineral sciences.
We are committed to keeping the price of our journal affordable.
International authorship, readership, and editorship
In 2004, a total of 320 authors, including 98 first authors, published 122 papers in The Canadian Mineralogist. These authors came from 31 different countries (20% from Canada, 13% USA, 46% Europe, 9% Asia, 4% Australia, 4% South America, 3% Africa).
The Canadian Mineralogist reaches subscribers and members in over 50 countries.
Our editorial board is composed of sixteen internationally recognized specialists chosen by an experienced editor.
Our institutional subscription price is only:
- $525 a year (site-license electronic)
- $650 a year (print version & site license)
We have been publishing on the web since 2000. Online access is available either through The Mineralogical Association of Canada or through Geoscience World. See our Published Articles page for details.
At least one thematic issue each year
The Canadian Mineralogist regularly features timely thematic issues. On average, one of these is published each year. It is one of the six issues that subscribers receive.
Plenty of colour
We publish in colour at no cost to authors.
The Canadian Mineralogist is indexed in Chemical Abstracts, Current Contents, Mineralogical Abstracts, American Geological Institute, GeoRef, Institute for Scientific Information, and others.