The Scottish Journal of Geology (SJG) was created in February 1965 as a result of discussions between the Councils of the Geological Societies of Edinburgh and Glasgow. It was intended to be a National Journal of Geology and to replace the previously independently published Transactions of the two societies. The Journal was first published on behalf of the societies by Oliver and Boyd and from 1971-1992 by Scottish Academic Press, under the able leadership of Dr Douglas Grant. In 1990 it changed from quarto to the present A4 double column format, providing greater flexibility for authors' diagrams and photographs.

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