Earth and Space Sciences (ESS) Earth and Space Science is an open access journal publishing high-quality original research papers spanning all of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences, including related fields in environmental science, geo- and space-engineering, and biogeochemistry. ESS particularly welcomes papers presenting and interpreting key data sets and observations that are critical, singularly or in aggregate, for a broader scientific understanding of the Earth and its environment, as well as our solar system and beyond, or papers that add to the understanding of such observations (e.g., methodology, theory, mapping, and modeling). In particular, ESS is seeking papers that highlight methods, instruments, sensors, data and algorithms that contribute to the Earth and Space sciences. The papers must highlight the application of these methods to specific data.
Editor in Chief: John Orcutt
AGU Publications is updating our manuscript style, much of which is based on APA formatting. Read about it here The updated style will be applied to manuscripts during the typesetting process on those received by the typesetters after September 1. We ask that manuscripts prepared after September 1 adopt the new style though we aren’t requiring it for manuscripts already in AGU’s previous style.
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AGU officially joins with a number other publishers in a commitment to include the ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) for authors of all papers published. See statement https://eos.org/agu-news/agu-opens-its-journals-to-author-identifiers
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