Journal of Mountain Science has reached an impact factor of 1.000 Journal of Mountain Science has reached an impact factor of 1.000

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       Journal of Mountain Science has reached an impact factor of 1.000

       According to the newly released data from Journal Citation Report (JCR, 2012), a product of Thomson ISI (Institute for Scientific Information), the Impact Factor for the Journal of Mountain Science (JMS) is up to IF=1.000 from the previous year’s IF=0.632.

      JMS was founded in 2004, and included in the Science Citation Index (expanded) of Thomson ISI since 2007. The fulltexts of papers published in JMS are included in SpringerLink and CNKI.

      Now JMS are published bimonthly with authors and reviewers from about 50 countries or regions around the world. JMS has started using Online Manuscript System since 2011. All manuscripts are processed in the online system, authors can check the manuscripts status at any time.