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Pakistan Journal of Geology (PJG)

Published and Hosted by De Gruyter , Sciendo since 2019.

Indian subcontinent is well respected for its growing research activity in the geosciences, particularly in circum-Himalayan earth science. Pakistan Journal of Geology (PJG) is the peer-reviewed journal of the geologists in Pakistan. The PJG publishes scientific papers, notes, and discussions in the broadly defined fields of geoscience that are related to the geology of Asia. Contributions from Europe and Middle East and Africa are also welcome due to strategic location of Indian subcontinent as well as topical studies on any geoscience-related discipline. Production, publication, and distribution of the PJG are managed by the Zibeline International Publishing. The subject matter includes geology, geophysics, physical geography and pedology. Prospective contributors should consult recent issues of the journal and see whether a planned submission is appropriate. All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and single-blind refereeing.

Article in Press

        1. A Study of the Dynamics of Soil Erosion Using Rusle2 Modelling and Geospatial Tool in Edda-Afikpo Mesas, South Eastern Nigeria
          Joseph I. Amah, Okechukwu P. Aghamelu, Olufemi V. Omonona and Ikechukwu M. Onwe

        2. Land Seismic Multiples Detection and Attenuation In Bornu-Chad Basin, Nigeria
          Dorathy B. Umoetok, Etim D. Uko, Iyeneomie Tamunobereton-ari, Chigozie Israel-Cookey and Odukokoma N. Ebini

        3. Geology and Petrology of Omzha Block, Zhob Ophiolite, northern Balochistan, Pakistan
          Ali Ahmed, Muhammad Ishaq Kakar, Abdul Naeem, Nisar Ahmed, Mehrab Khan and Muhammad Panezai

        4. Sandstone Composition and Provenance of the Nari Formation, Central Kirthar Fold belt, Pakistan
          Zahoor Ahmed, Abdul Salam Khan and Bilal Ahmed

        5. A Review of Electrical Methods as A Worthy Tool for Mineral Exploration
          Priscillia Egbelehulu, Abu Mallam, Naeem Abdulsalam and Taiwo Adewumi