The American Journal of Science started in 1818 and is the oldest scientific journal published continuously in the United States. AJS quickly became, and remains, an important source for seminal American scientific papers and received top ranking in 2003 for peer reviewed journals in the field of earth sciences that publish new content. Started as a general review of advances in the arts and sciences, AJS now deals strictly with geology and other earth sciences.

 

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