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Solid Earth An interactive open-access journal of the European Geosciences Union

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Chief executive editor:
Fabrizio
 
Storti

Executive editors: Joachim Gottsmann, CharLotte Krawczyk & Gregory Price

Solid Earth (SE) is an international scientific journal dedicated to the publication and discussion of multidisciplinary research on the composition, structure, and dynamics of the Earth from the surface to the deep interior at all spatial and temporal scales.

News

Direct settlement of APCs for scientists from the University of Potsdam

01 Jul 2015

The Potsdam University Library and Copernicus Publications have signed an agreement on direct settlement of article processing charges (APCs).

Update data policy

29 Jun 2015

We have updated our data policy: it now also refers to the Data Citation Principles and stresses the necessity of data availability.

SE awarded DOAJ Seal

25 Jun 2015

Solid Earth (SE) has received the new DOAJ Seal which recognizes journals with an exceptionally high level of publishing standards and best practice.

Recent articles


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We compute a velocity model of the crust and uppermost mantle of Southern North America, Mexico and the Caribbean. We use a recent technique based on 'ambient noise’ – or continuous seismic records – and a traditional one using earthquakes. Both techniques, together with the increased number of seismic stations in the region, allow us to obtain greater resolution than previous works. Some of its applications are to localize regional earthquakes and simulate ground motions.

B. Gaite, A. Villaseñor, A. Iglesias, M. Herraiz, and I. Jiménez-Munt

Predicting the effects of pyrogenic organic matter (OM) addition (either natural or intentional as in the case of biochar amendment) on soil chemistry and crop yields has been hampered by a lack of understanding of how pyrogenic OM evolves in the environment over time. This work compared the physicochemical characteristics of newly made and 15-month-field-aged biochars and biochar–soil mixtures.

A. Mukherjee, A. R. Zimmerman, R. Hamdan, and W. T. Cooper

The aim of this paper is to evaluate biochar effects on field decomposition of crop residue, using plots that were amended with biochars made from different plant-based feedstocks and pyrolysis platforms in the fall of 2008.

S. L. Weyers and K. A. Spokas

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