Geophysical Center RAS is the member of the Publishers Interlinking Association (PILA) and its main project CrossRef
(see right column for more detail).|
Articles published in the Geoinformatics Research Papers series (GRSP) have assigned DOI numbers.
Assigned DOIs are composed of two parts separated by forward slash: (i) publisher's prefix (10.2205 for GC RAS) and (ii) unique paper identifier assigned by Editors of the Series.
Books and papers published in the GRPS should be cited as:
<author(s)> (<year>), <article_title>, <journal_title>,
<volume_number>, <citation_number>, <DOI-number>, e.g.
Citation: Lushnikov, A. A., A. D. Gvishiani, Yu. S. Lyubovtseva, and A. A. Makosko (2013), Evolution models for geomedical
statistics, Geoinf. Res. Papers Ser., BS1001, doi:10.2205/2013BS008.
CrossRef is the citation-linking backbone for online publications. Established in 2000 by
scholarly publishers as an independent, non-profit entity, it enables researchers to navigate
electronic journals, across publishers, based on open-standards technology (the Digital Object
Identifier, or DOI, system).
The Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
is a system for identifying content objects in the
digital environment. The DOI system provides a framework for persistent identification,
managing intellectual content, managing metadata, linking customers with content suppliers.
The system is managed by the International DOI Foundation.