Netherlands Journal of Geosciences (NJG)

NJGPublished on behalf of ‘Netherlands Journal of Geosciences’ Foundation.

Netherlands Journal of Geosciences – Geologie en Mijnbouw (ISSN 0016-7746) is a scientific international quarterly journal, which publishes papers on all aspects of geoscience, providing they are of international interest and quality.

The journal publishes new and significant research in geosciences with a regional focus on the Netherlands, the North Sea region and relevant adjacent areas. A wide range of topics within the geosciences are covered in the journal, including geology, physical geography, geophyics, (geo-)archeology, paleontology, hydro(geo)logy, hydrocarbon exploration, modelling and visualisation.

The journal is a continuation of Geologie and Mijnbouw (published by the Royal Geological and Mining Society of the Netherlands, KNGMG) and Mededelingen Nederlands Instituut voor Toegepaste Geowetenschappen (published by TNO Geological Survey of the Netherlands).

The journal is published in full colour and there are no publication charges for authors.

Getting access

Access to current and previous issues of NJG is included in KNGMG membership. All KNGMG members have digital access to NJG, a subscription to paper copies is optional. Institutions can take a journal subscription via Cambridge University Press.

Publication services for NJG are currently being provided by Cambridge University Press (CUP). When a new issue gets published, KNGMG members will receive a password to get digital access to NJG on the CUP website. This link and password can also be used to access issues dating back to the year 2000. For access to older issues, see below.

Access to previous issues of NJG / Geologie en Mijnbouw

Access to previous issues is included in KNGMG membership. The procedure for getting access depends on the year of publication:

  • Content 1961 – 2004: available online. A full index of the contents of Geologie en Mijnbouw Volume 40 (1961) to Volume 83 (2004) is available in PDF format. Articles can be accessed directly using the links in this document. Some enclosures have not been scanned yet. In case you require these, please use the reference details from this file (Year, Volume, Issue, Pages) and contact
  • Content pre-1961: Please note that the index is incomplete and covers only those issues that were available in our KNGMG archive. The index is directly linked to the digitised files that can be downloaded.
  • Content 2000 – 2013: available on the Cambridge University Press website. To get access, follow the instructions for getting access to the current issue.