Geologiska Sällskapet i Finland
The Geological Society of Finland
Bulletin Special Issue – Call for Papers
"Glacial dynamics and landforms in northern Europe: recent advances using LiDAR"
Antti E.K. Ojala and Pertti Sarala
Geological Survey of Finland
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS:
October 15th, 2016
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Bulletin of the Geological Society of Finland
The Geological Society of Finland, founded in 1886, began its publishing activities in 1929. Volumes 1–39 were entitled ”Comptes Rendus de la Société Géologique de Finlande” and appeared as a double edition with the ”Bulletin de la Commission géologique de Finlande” (former Geological Survey of Finland, Bulletin). Since 1968, from volume 40 onwards, the Society´s serial publication has borne the title ”Bulletin of the Geological Society of Finland”.
By the end of 2013, 104 issues of the Bulletin have been published. Articles cover all fields of geology under investigation in Finland. Non-Finnish authors have also participated almost from the beginning of the series.
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Special Volume 1, 2016
Editor in chief
Dr. Jussi Heinonen
Department of Geosciences and Geography
P.O. Box 64
FI-00014 University of Helsinki
ISSN (print) 0367-5211
ISSN (electronic) 1799-4632