EMS2023 Conference Publications in the Open Access Journal Advances in Science and Research

Starting with the EMS Annual Meeting and ECAC 2006, short conference papers are published in the Open Access Journal Advances in Science and Research, The Open Access Proceedings of the European Meteorological Society (ASR), published by Copernicus.

ASR publishes original contributions on (a) advances in understanding weather and climate processes and (b) the development of operational systems and applications of meteorology, climatology, and related disciplines. This also includes new challenges and the role of communication, education and training, and engagement with society for the profession and its practices. ASR is an open-access journal for contributions presented at the annual meetings of the EMS and other related events. All manuscripts undergo peer review with at least two independent referees. The peer review is organized by the session conveners of the respective conference, who act as the guest editors for the proceedings. Advances in Science and Research performs a single-blind peer review. However, it is up to the referees to reveal their identity.

A list of topics/EMS2023 sessions for which conveners have volunteered to act as guest editors for volume 21: 23rd EMS Annual Meeting 2023 will be made available in early September.

For more details on general terms and general obligations for authors or earlier volumes check out information at: https://www.advances-in-science-and-research.net/
ASR is included in all major data bases, including SCOPUS. Note that Copernicus offers the option to publish a video abstract and video supplements in a reliable repository when submitting a manuscript for publication in ASR. Authors are encouraged to make use of this facility to showcase their research activities to a wider audience. For more information, please visit: https://www.copernicus.org/news_and_press/2019-05-29_publish-your-video-abstract.html

Topics/EMS2023 Sessions included in ASR Volume 21

Conveners of the following sessions have kindly agreed to act as guest editors:

    ES Programme Stream
  • ES1.1: Climate change mitigation and adaptation in the weather services value chain
  • ES1.3: Weather and climate risks and associated impacts to society
  • ES2.1: Communication and media
  • ES2.2: Communicating science and dealing with Uncertainties
    OSA Programme Stream
  • OSA1.2: Value Chains for Early Warning Systems
  • OSA3.1: Climate monitoring: data rescue, management, quality and homogenization
  • OSA3.3: Deriving actionable information from climate data
    UP Programme Stream
  • UP1.2: Atmospheric boundary-layer processes and turbulence
  • UP1.3: Understanding and modelling of atmospheric hazards and severe weather phenomena
  • UP1.5: Atmospheric measurements: Experiments, instrument networks and long-term measurements using in-situ and remote sensing techniques
  • UP3.5: Sub-seasonal to seasonal predictability: Processes, methods, and impacts