The Iraqi National Journal of Earth Science (INJES) is one of the Iraqi Academic Scientific Journals (IASJ). Publishing under the license of Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC-BY), this journal is published biannually by the College of Science, University of Mosul, Iraq since January 2002, supported by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Iraq. and within the group of Mosul University journals. The journal is not financially supported by any non-governmental organization. It focuses, especially, on the Geology of Iraq and the Middle East and it may receive any manuscript related to the geology of the world. The journal is double-blind peer-reviewing, open access, and electronic version. The journal is receiving manuscripts that are written exclusively in Arabic and English. The manuscripts should be processed by iThenticate to prevent plagiarism and to ensure the originality of our submitted manuscripts. A double-blind peer-reviewing system is also used to assure the quality of the publication. The reviewers will receive acknowledgment letters for reviewing the manuscripts. All published articles on the website will be immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download. INJES requires a 100 US$ fee for publishing an accepted manuscript for the number of pages per issue ranges between (6-12) pages. More pages than this range, the authors must pay a 5 US$ additional fee for each page. All accepted papers will be subjected to linguistic editing, which will be free of charge, and the authors will retain full copyright with unconstrained publishing rights.
Note: The publishing of Journal was stopped two times during the wars that took place in Iraq.
The first time was in 2003 as a result of the Second Gulf War. Consequently, the second issue of 2003 was not published.
The second time led to the breakdown of publication in the journal about four years after Volume 14, Issue 1, Autumn 2014, to the end of 2017 due to the occupation of Mosul city by ISIS / DAESH.
The Work in the journal was resumed after the liberation of Mosul City from the ISIS / DAESH, and at that time required great efforts to re-activate the journal , as the office had been burned, damaged, and vandalized by all its contents.