CSCanada journals Advances in Petroleum Exploration and Development (ISSN: 1925-542X) and Energy Science and Technology (ISSN: 1923-8460) are recently indexed by the CAS database.
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Until February 2012, there have been three journals of CSCanada indexed by the CAS. They are Advances in Natural Science (ISSN: 1715-7862), Advances in Petroleum Exploration and Development (ISSN: 1925-542X) and Energy Science and Technology (ISSN: 1923-8460). We have been trying our best to improve our journals and services to authors since the foundation date of our organization. In addition, we always welcome scholars and researchers submit articles to our journals and join in our editorial team.