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Announcing a New Publishing Partnership
 
The American Geophysical Union, the world's leading society of Earth and space science, has selected Wiley as its publishing partner. The new partnership will be effective January 2013.

The AGU has 60,000 members and publishes 17 research journals and a book program under the Geopress imprint. AGU journals globally account for 25% of journal articles and 40% of citations in the geosciences.
 
 
     
     
 
     
 
Books Highlights
 
Paleomagnetism of Sedimentary Rocks: Process and Interpretation
 
Paleomagnetism of Sedimentary Rocks: Process and Interpretation
Kenneth P. Kodama
 
Coal Geology
 
Coal Geology
2nd Edition

Larry Thomas
 
Quaternary Environmental Change in the Tropics
 
Quaternary Environmental Change in the Tropics
Sarah E. Metcalfe,
David J. Nash
 
Fluvial Remote Sensing for Science and Management
 
Fluvial Remote Sensing for Science and Management
Patrice Carbonneau, Herve Piegay
 
     
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Journals Highlights
 
Ecohydrology  
Ecohydrology

Impact Factor 2.133
 
Special Issue: Connections and Complexities in Drylands: New Perspectives for Understanding Transformative Landscape Change
The articles in this special issue are arranged in two parts. The first part deals with two particularly rapidly developing and vexing examples of transformative landscape change: forest die-off and invasion by non-native grasses. Both have resulted in land-cover changes that are large-scale, quite rapid and in many instances, unanticipated. The second part of this special issue comprises articles that focus on understanding and predicting the effects of transformative landscape change.

Ecohydrology Bearings: Invited commentaries to challenge paradigms, question assumptions, prioritize needs and enhance interdisciplinary dialogue.

Latest Bearings commentary: Less bluster ahead? Ecohydrological implications of global trends of terrestrial near-surface wind speeds
Tim R. McVicar, Michael L. Roderick, Randall J. Donohue, Thomas G. Van Niel

Take a look at the complete collection of Bearings commentaries here
 
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Sedimentology  
Sedimentology

Free sample issue: Carbonate platforms: archives of past global change Special Issue
 
Best Paper in 2011
The winners of the 2012 Wiley-Blackwell Prize for the Editors’ Choice of best paper in Sedimentology in 2011 are
Christina Glunk, Christophe Dupraz, Olivier Braissant, Kimberley L. Gallagher, Eric P. Verrecchia, Pieter T. Visscher for their paper

‘Microbially mediated carbonate precipitation in a hypersaline lake, Big Pond (Eleuthera, Bahamas)’

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• FREE COLOUR images and figures in print and online
 
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Journal of Quaternary Science  
Journal of Quaternary Science

Journal of Quaternary Science has started a new initiative to promote online debate and discussion. Manuscripts accepted as Discussion papers will continue to be placed online and published in paper form but will also be supported by a discussion forum on the journal website, allowing comments to be placed by the scientific community.
For feedback or to suggest ideas for future discussion, please contact JQSeditorialoffice@wiley.com

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Earth Surface Processes and Landforms  
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

Special Issues:

Geomorphology and terrestrial carbon cycling - October 2012

Disturbance regimes at the interface of geomorphology and ecology - October 2012
Seeking good peer review in geomorphology
Stuart N. Lane

This paper provides an extended guide to reviewing for ESPL in particular and geomorphology in general. After a brief consideration of both how we choose reviewers and why we hope that reviewers will accept, I consider what makes a fair and constructive review.
 
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Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology
 
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Greenhouse Gases:
Science and Technology
 
Launched March 2011, Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology, has become a must-read research journal in this topical field - uniquely pulling together in a single publication all aspects of greenhouse gases – from carbon capture, storage, transportation, utilization to regulation, economics and policy planning.

From 2013 onwards the full content of the journal can only be accessed with a subscription.

Don’t miss out and subscribe today to access online all content published throughout 2011, 2012 and 2013 – 3 years for the price of one!

Geoscience Data Journal
Have you deposited a dataset in a data centre which has been awarded a DOI?

Now you could submit a short data paper which cross links with this dataset in Geoscience Data Journal.

Contributions welcome from the areas of geology, cryosphere, weather and climate; oceanography; atmospheric and ocean chemistry; biosphere and land surface.

Click here for more information about Geoscience Data Journal

WIREs Water
Launching in 2014, WIREs Water is an important new forum to promote cross-disciplinary discussion of water technology, security and environmental impact. This title addresses key topics from the perspectives of earth sciences, biology, engineering, social sciences, and humanities.

For further information visit wires.wiley.com/water

WIREs Climate Change
Impact Factor 2.913
An important new forum to promote cross-disciplinary discussion of a global phenomenon with long-term societal implications
Published in association with the Royal Meteorological Society and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
An authoritative, encyclopedic resource addressing key topics from diverse research perspectives
Now indexed by TRSI (formerly ISI) and Scopus
 
Engineering Global Climate Collection

The last few years have seen a developing interest from some climate scientists and technologists in efforts to deliberately manipulate the atmosphere, land or oceans to alter the course of future climate. These efforts have gained the attention of some governments, venture capitalists, NGOs, media platforms and public commentators. Deliberate engineering of global climate raises many questions, some of which are explored in the review articles in this special collection: What can historical precedents of weather modification tell us? How desirable do citizens perceive the manipulation technologies to be? How can they – how have they – been appraised? What ethical considerations would their research and implementation raise? And who governs such practices? This new collection in WIREs Climate Change sets out to answer some of these questions.

Click here to read the collection!
 
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WIREs Energy and Environment
 
     
 
WIREs Energy and Environment

A NEW innovative hybrid publication combining the most powerful features of online reference works and review journals -- covering all aspects of energy policy, science and technology, society and environmental impact.

Make sure your institute registers NOW for complimentary online access, meaning that you will be able to read all content from WIREs Energy and Environment in 2012 and 2013 as soon as it publishes online.
 
     
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Wind integration: experience, issues, and challenges,
H. Holttinen, Vol 1:3
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Graphene nanostructures toward clean energy technology applications,
X. Zhang et al, Vol 1:3
 
 
 
 
 
Backfiles  
Backfiles
 
BACKFILES are an online archive of content helping to restore a crucial connection with historical research.

Recommend the backfile to your librarian today!
 
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