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Your Chance to Write for Elsevier’s Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences!
The Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences now invites proposals for new, original articles, on any topic in the following disciplines:
Atmospheric Sciences, Biogeoscience, Ecology, Environmental Health, Energy and Natural Resources, Earth History, Earth Surface Processes, Geochemistry, Geology, Geophysics, Global Change, Hydrology, Oceanography.
This is a great opportunity for researchers at any stage of their career, including graduate students and post-doctoral graduates, to publish their work (subject to acceptance by the Editorial Board) in a leading reference resource which is home to some of the most highly-used and downloaded materials on ScienceDirect. Articles are fully citable chapters that have a DOI.
Reference Modules provide subject-focused collections of current encyclopedic and comprehensive articles from Elsevier’s world-leading Major Reference Works, combined with new and exclusively-written articles within the discipline to create one online, authoritative information source hosted on a trusted platform, ScienceDirect. This time-stamped, continuously updated content, curated by an expert Editorial Board, is built for the demands of today’s research environment to support researchers’ seamless success.
The expectation is that each article will provide a detailed topic overview suitable for a wide academic and professional audience internationally. Ideally authors or author teams should be actively working in their field, whether in teaching or research or both. As the Reference Modules are hosted online in ScienceDirect, authors are encouraged to include multimedia content such as data-linking, videos, audio files, slides and images.
For details contact – Ruth Ireland, Acquisitions Editor, Major Reference Works, Elsevier.
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