PubVolc provides a new way for all members of the volcanology
community to share their published research. PubVolc is free and is
available to anyone with access to the internet, allowing poorly-resourced
volcanologists to keep up-to-date with the latest volcanology research.
the heart of PubVolc is a database of
newly-published peer-reviewed volcanology papers. This database of volcanology references,
which is freely-available on
the PubVolc website, is updated by the user community and moderated
You can enter details
of your recent, peer-reviewed journal articles via the form on
the submission page.
Once moderated, the reference will be transferred to the PubVolc
database. At the end of each
month, a digest of submitted
articles is compiled and distributed to the volcanology community
via the volcano
listserv. Submitting your
article to PubVolc ensures that it will reach thousands of volcanologists
around the world as soon as it is published - even if it is published
outside the usual volcanology literature.
The volcanology literature is growing at an ever-increasing rate and
keeping current is increasingly time-consuming. PubVolc provides
a single point of access to all the latest volcanology research.
PubVolc is updated by the user community and moderated
by volcanologists, so the hard work is done for you!
|Global, inclusive and free
The goal of the PubVolc project is to help researchers
from all over the world, particularly those who are
poorly-resourced, to keep up-to-date with the latest
research in volcanology. For this reason, PubVolc is free to all
users; no charge is made for submitting an article, nor for
access to the citation database. PubVolc is run as a not-for-profit service.
The PubVolc records contain
links which allow readers to contact the author of an article directly
to request a reprint. Sharing reprints in this way means that anyone
can have access to the latest research, including those who do
not have, or cannot afford, journal subscriptions.
PubVolc is supported by the Geologist's Association via the Curry Fund.
Please use the links to the left to explore the PubVolc