Japan Association of Mineralogical Sciences


The Japan Association of Mineralogical Sciences (JAMS) was established in 2007 by merging the Mineralogical Society of Japan (established in 1955) and the Japanese Association of Mineralogists, Petrologists, and Economic Geologists (established in 1928). JAMS covers a wide field of mineral sciences, geochemistry and petrology, and acts with the Japan Science Council as a national representative society of the International Mineralogical Association (IMA). Membership benefits include receiving the Journal of Mineralogical Sciences (JMPS), Ganseki-Koubutsukagaku (GKK), and Elements.
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Elements 2022, Volume 18, Society News Reports

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2019 Volume 15
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2017 Volume 13
2016 Volume 12
2015 Volume 11
2014 Volume 10
2013 Volume 9
2012 Volume 8