Earthzine is recruiting a motivated individual with interest in environmental issues to serve as Science Editor to support the development of its technical content.
Studies describing innovative methods of monitoring, modeling and simulation of natural disasters (and related methods of calibration and validation, as well as of sensitivity analyses) are solicited for a forthcoming special issue of “Physics and Chemistry of the Earth”. High-quality papers, strictly related to the topic of the special issue and containing unpublished case studies and/or methods must be directly submitted via the Journal website by 30 November 2010.
Earthzine.org is soliciting articles worldwide for its theme issue on improving our understanding of terrestrial, coastal and marine ecosystems for the management and protection of these valuable resources. Articles will be published in the 4th quarter, September 23-December 20, 2010, Guest Editor is Liane S. Guild, PhD.
The third symposium on The Ocean in a High-CO2 World will convene in autumn 2012 in Monterey, California. The symposium will explore the impacts of ocean acidification on marine organisms, ecosystems, and biogeochemical cycles as well as cover socio-economic consequences of ocean acidification, including policy and management implications.
www.Earthzine.org is soliciting articles worldwide for its theme issue on observing and monitoring Global Human Health, including contributions addressing current issues, techniques and applications of remote sensing, GIS, and geovisualization. The theme issue is scheduled for the third quarter of 2010, June 21 ÛÒ September 21. Guest Editor is Assaf Anyamba, PhD.