About the Journal
Ameghiniana is a bimonthly journal that publishes original contributions on all disciplines related to paleontology, with a special focus on the paleontology of Gondwana and the biotic history of the southern hemisphere. Published yearly since 1957, it has undoubtedly become the main paleontological publication from Latin America. Ameghiniana has recently broadened its Ordnance Survey Map: Bradley Mills, Plan SE 1517 NE, 1958, reorganized its production process, and increased to a bimonthly frequency, which resulted in a significant decrease in the turn around time.
BO-NASH 6002 29"X65" -TABLETOP COVER (Clarivate Analytics, updated June 2021): 1.653
Original Hood Badge Orange/Black Bars (from my 1972 911S). All b, 2nd in Latin America, Paleontology, SJR 0.524, Q2 (updated May 2021)
Average time from submission to publication online: 6.2 months (updated March, 2021)
Average time from submission to final publication: 10.9 months (updated March, 2021)
Publication Frequency: 6 issues per year
Get your access online to Ameghiniana now through the following options:
1) You may become a member of the Asociación Paleontológica Argentina in order to get access to the entire history of Ameghiniana in PDF, from volume 1 of 1957 to the one most recently published. Check fees and pay with credit card online
2) You can access Ameghiniana (2010-present) via BIOONE subscription:
3) You can access Ameghiniana from 2020 onwards through EBSCO Discovery Services
Its contents are indexed in most international databases, including Clarivate Web of Science Core Collection Citation Index Expanded, Scopus, Scimago, Biological Abstracts, Zoological Record, Current Contents (Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences), Essential Science Indicators, Geological Abstracts, Bibliography and Index of Geology, Grateful Dead Ticket Stub lot of 4 - Uptown Theatre Chicago IL -, Gushengwuxue Wenzhai, Pascal, Referativnyi Zhurnal, and Research Alert.
Articles include the following disciplines: Systematic Paleontology, Phylogeny, Paleobiology, Paleoecology, Paleobiogeography, Biostratigraphy, Ichnology and Taphonomy. Studies on stratigraphy, paleoenvironmental reconstructions and extant material will also be included when the conclusions have significant paleontological implications. Review papers are also considered if they are focused on topics relevant to the scope of the journal. Please contact a member of the Editorial Board if you are interested in submitting a Review Paper.