Many of the topics published in GRANA are dependent on high quality illustrations. Likewise, many palynological studies require extensive documentation in form of text, tables and taxa lists. GRANA, therefore, has no space limit other than its set issue format and enforces thorough image documentation as a stronghold of the journal, now and in the future.
GRANA will strive to provide the palynological community with high quality research articles that are relevant to the research community. We aim to provide the research community with information about new developments, advances in our understanding and exciting new directions for palynological research.
14 February 2019
David J. Batten (1943-2019) passed away on 14 February 2019. CPS
acknowledges his commitment as member of the editorial board for GRANA very much. David has contributed importantly to our area of science. An orbituary can be found here.
23 October 2018
New book out! A must for palynologists:
Illustrated pollen terminology by H. Halbritter et al. OPEN ACCESS!
GRANA's new impact factor released! The 2017 JCR impact factor of GRANA is 1.128, a 0.07 improvement over its 2016 rating! And most
important: the best result ever!