Elementa has an Impact Factor of 3.518. We congratulate and thank all the editors, authors, reviewers, and journal founder, BioOne, who have stewarded the journal into the high-quality publication it is today.
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene is an open-access, non-profit, interdisciplinary environmental science journal published by UC Press whose mission is Open Science for Public Good. In light of this mission, we’ve highlighted some key article- and journal-level metrics that demonstrate how Elementa‘s open, accessible research has a wide reach and impact across a global audience.
WHAT ELEMENTA PUBLISHES
- Atmospheric Science
Editor in Chief: Detlev Helmig
University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Earth & Environmental Science
Editor in Chief: Oliver A. Chadwick
University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Editor in Chief: Donald R. Zak
University of Michigan, USA
Editor in Chief: Jody W. Deming
University of Washington, USA
Editor in Chief: Alastair Iles
University of California, Berkeley, USA
Editor in Chief: Anne R. Kapuscinski
University of California, Santa Cruz, USA
Plus two types of special collections:
SPECIAL FEATURES and FORUMS.
ELEMENTA’S GLOBAL AUDIENCE
Top 10 Countries Accessing Elementa content:
- United States
- United Kingdom
GROWTH IN PUBLISHED ARTICLES
GROWTH IN WEBSITE USAGE
Steady audience growth with 85% of traffic being new visitors (2019).
Combined reach of 69k on Facebook and 17k on Twitter across Elementa and UC Press social media.
Average total usage is 12,835 views & downloads per article (2013-2017).
Average production time is 20 days from acceptance to publication.
Carrying capacity of U.S. agricultural land: Ten diet scenarios (Peters et al, 2016)
136,891 views/downloads, Altmetric Score: 971
Global distribution and trends of tropospheric ozone: An observation-based review (Cooper et al, 2014)
36,013 views/downloads, 220 citations
Dating the Anthropocene: Towards an empirical global history of human transformation of the terrestrial biosphere (Ellis et al, 2013)
33,143 views/downloads, Altmetric Score: 68
Elementa articles have been featured in the following media outlets, among others.
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene was founded by BioOne in 2013 through a partnership with five research universities: Dartmouth, the Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of Colorado Boulder, the University of Michigan, and the University of Washington. Please visit our Founders page for the full history.