RSC Environmental Science: Atmospheres - Open Themed Collections

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

We are inviting contributions to a number of Environmental Science: Atmospheres themed collections.

Environmental Science Atmospheres is a gold open access journal, published by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). We are committed to bringing the wider environmental science and climate change communities together in a fresh, open approach. The journal scope covers the full breadth of atmospheric science and links fundamental and applied research. 

The RSC will pay all authors’ article processing charges until mid-2023, so your work will receive maximum visibility at no cost to you. 

Some key links:

Submission site: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/esatmos   

Journal information: http://www.rsc.li/esatmospheres  

Contact the Editorial team: esatmospheres-rsc@rsc.org

Blogs site: https://blogs.rsc.org/ea 

Applications of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in Atmospheric Science

  • Showcasing the utility of UAS across the full spectrum of atmospheric science
  • Guest Editors Grant Allen, Barbara Brooks and Marcelo Guzman
  • Submission deadline: 31 July 2022 

Particle levitation to address challenges in atmospheric science

  • Highlighting recent high-impact work performed by researchers across the globe using single-particle levitation approaches, including optical, electrodynamic, and acoustic traps
  • Guest Editors Bryan Bzdek and Man Nin Chan
  • Submission deadline: 30 September 2022

A collection of articles on dense networks and low-cost sensors

  • Covering operating dense networks of devices to enhancing the information content of sensor data and making measurements in previously difficult to access environments
  • Guest Editors R. Subramanian, Albert Presto, Peter Edwards and Mei Zheng.
  • Submission deadline: 30 November 2022
  • Running in partnership with Air Sensors International Conference 2022, University of California, Davis, May 11–13 2022

Emerging Investigator Series

Our Emerging Investigator series is open for nominations, for researchers who have completed a PhD or equivalent degree within the last 10 years and have started their first independent principal investigator position.

To make a nomination, please send your nominee's name and contact details, and up-to-date CV (no longer than 2 pages) and a brief supporting statement (500 words maximum) to the Editorial Office.