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                    • 1Special Issue in Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP): Recent Advances in Induced Earthquakes Research

                      Guest Editors:

                      Hongfeng Yang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

                      Yajing Liu, McGill University

                      Rebecca Harrington, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

                      Xiaowei Chen, University of Oklahoma

                       

                      Objective

                      微信棋牌游戏 This special issue aims at reporting recent progress in the study of Induced Earthquakes, which are linked to energy exploration and production in many regions. The collection seeks to provide up-to-date perspectives on how to better understand the mechanisms of induced earthquakes and strategies on how to prevent large, damaging earthquakes and mitigate associated hazards and risks.

                       

                      Topics

                      微信棋牌游戏 Topics include, but are not limited to, observations, numerical modeling, statistical analysis, and any other related investigations of induced earthquakes.

                       

                      Timeline:

                      Special issue call for papers: December 1st, 2019

                      Submission deadline: July 31st 2020

                      Special issue completion: December 31st 2020

                      All accepted papers will be handled immediately after submission, and will appear online as soon as it is accepted.

                       

                      EPP is an open access journal. EPP’s electronic version is hosted online by the AGU with Wiley. All submitted manuscripts are subject to peer-review before being considered for publication. EPP uses Scholarone’s online submission system. For this special issue, EPP will not charge any publication fees. 


                      Editorial Office

                      E-mail: husuf@mail.iggcas.ac.cn, epp@iggcas.ac.cn

                      微信棋牌游戏 Tel:  +86-10-82998107,+86-10-82998105 

                      Website: http://dl207.com

                      发布时间:2019-11-29
                    • 1Call for papers for the special issue “Recent Advances in Equatorial Plasma Bubble and Ionospheric Scintillation”

                      Special Issue in Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP): Recent Advances in Equatorial Plasma Bubble and Ionospheric Scintillation

                       

                      Guest Editors:

                      Yuichi Otsuka (Lead Guest Editor), Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research (ISEE), Nagoya University

                      Luca Spogli, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV)

                      Tulasiram Sudarsanam, Indian Institute of Geomagnetism (IIG)

                      Guozhu Li, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IGGCAS)

                       

                      Objective

                      This special issue is aimed at recent progress in the equatorial plasma bubble and ionospheric scintillation research, and seeks to provide a state-of-the-art perspective on how to improve the forecast ability of ionospheric irregularities producing scintillations through the development of new observations and models. 

                       

                      Topics

                      Topics to be discussed in this special issue include the following:

                      · The coupling processes in the atmosphere-ionosphere and ionosphere- magnetosphere systems that affect the seeding and development of equatorial plasma bubbles.

                      · The current status, challenges and future directions in plasma bubble and ionospheric scintillation forecasting.

                      · The techniques for remote sensing of the ionosphere such as coherent and incoherent scatter radars, coordinated campaigns to investigate the variability of low latitude ionosphere using multiple instruments, and plasma bubble model simulations.

                      · Novel optical and radio measurements of plasma bubbles, such as airglow imaging observations from satellites and ground, and total electron content and scintillation observations using beacon radio waves transmitted from low-earth orbits. Study of 3D tomography of plasma density is also welcome.

                      · The social impacts of ionospheric scintillation, and the mitigation of scintillation effects on space-based high technology.

                       

                      Timeline:

                      · Special issue call for paper: October 1st 2019.

                      · Submission deadline: July 31th 2020.

                      · Special issue completed: December 15th 2020.

                      Your paper will appear online as soon as it is accepted. All accepted papers of special issue will be published in the first issue of 2021.

                       

                      EPP is an open access journal. EPP’s electronic version is hosted online by the AGU with Wiley. All submitted manuscripts are subject to peer-review before being considered for publication. EPP uses Scholarone’s online submission system. For this special issue, EPP will not charge any publication fees. 

                       

                      Editorial Office

                      E-mail: husuf@mail.iggcas.ac.cn, epp@iggcas.ac.cn

                      Tel:  +86-10-82998107+86-10-82998105 

                      Website: http://dl207.com

                      发布时间:2019-09-25
                    • 1Ethics

                      微信棋牌游戏Authors who submit a paper must be able to certify that the paper is original work, has not been published before and is not being considered for publication elsewhere. Authors should familiarize themselves with their obligations under the Editorial Code. In particular, authors are reminded that the following are considered to be serious breaches of scientific ethics, any one of which will result in immediate rejection of their paper:

                      •   Submitting a paper to more than one journal at the same time.
                      •   Plagiarism, including self-plagiarism.
                      •   Personal attacks directed at referees, editors or other authors.

                      The authors should state (in the Copyright Agreement form): "The authors declare that the content of the article does not involve any state or institutional secrets and that there is no conflict of interest regarding the publication of this article."

                      发布时间:2019-05-28
                    • 1Open Access

                      微信棋牌游戏This is an open access journal. All content on the journal’s web site is freely available without charge to the user. Users are allowed to read, download copy, distribute, print, search or link to the full texts of the articles, provided the original work is properly cited, the use is non-commercial and no modification or adaptation are made.

                      发布时间:2019-05-28
                    • 1Good news on the inclusion of EPP in emerging SCI

                      We are pleased to tell you the good news on the inclusion on the EPP in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) (see below).

                      The ESCI inclusion means that all the papers published in EPP (since last year) will soon be available to the Web of Science users. It is expected that the journal will be included in their core collection (SCIE) after 2 years when the citation data become available. We will certainly work towards that goal.


                      The editorial office of Earth and Planetary Physics 

                                                                                        2018-9-10

                       


                      Dear Sufang Hu,

                      We have completed our evaluation of your journal and have accepted it for coverage in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), a new collection of journals available on the Web of Science platform.  

                      Coverage will begin with journal content published in 2017. However, because of other urgent processing priorities, it is not clear when the journal’s content will appear in the database, but we expect it to be later this year.

                      Attached is a fact sheet describing the Emerging Sources Citation Index and its benefits.

                      If you have questions or would like additional information, please feel free to contact me.

                      Sincerely,

                      Rodney Chonka

                      Editor, Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences

                      Editorial Development

                      Clarivate Analytics

                      发布时间:2019-05-08
                    • 1Call for papers for a special issue on “Tibetan Plateau”

                      Structure, Tectonics, and Geodynamics of the Tibetan Plateau

                       Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP) is planning to publish a special issue on Structure, Tectonics, and Geodynamics of the Tibetan Plateau.

                      The formation of the Tibetan Plateau due to the collision between the India and Eurasia plates is one of the most important geological events of the world during the Cenozoic Era. The plateau has served as one of the natural laboratories in which modern thinking developed about plateau formation, the relationships between plate tectonics and mountain building, and those between orogenesis, climate, erosion and uplift.

                      Despite a large amount of surface-observation-based geodetic, geologic and tectonic studies, mechanisms on the large scale deformation, i.e., E-W extension and S-N convergence within the plateau, together with the widely spread Cenozoic volcanism are still not well understood. Although it is generally agreed that crustal thickening occurred extensively across the plateau, direct evidence for thickening of the underlying lithospheric mantle has, thus far, been lacking. The margin of plateau is also known as the nest of strong earthquakes; this century alone has witnessed several devastating earthquakes, mostly in the eastern margin of the plateau, leading to a great demand to understand the seismicity and seismic hazard of the plateau.

                      Recent developments in large-scale deployment of seismic and other geophysical instruments across the plateau have captured unprecedented data to study crustal and upper mantle structure beneath the plateau. The EPP special issue will focus on new observations and analyses in all fields of geophysics, tectonophysics and seismotectonics that lead to new insights into the structure, tectonics and geodynamics of Tibetan Plateau.

                      Guest Editors of this special issue are:

                      Fenglin Niu, Rice University/China University of Petroleum at Beijing,

                      Yuan Gao, Institute of Earthquake Science, China Earthquake Administration,

                      Xiwei Xu, Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration,

                      Rizheng He, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences 

                      Interested authors may send inquiries and notices of intent to submit a paper to the guest editor Fenglin Niu. The submission deadline is 31 August 2018. Publication is planned for the 2018 November issue. 

                      Manuscripts should be submitted via  under the category “Structure, Tectonics, and Geodynamics of the Tibetan Plateau” or “Tibetan Plateau”. For additional information please contact: epp@mail.iggcas.ac.cn. http://dl207.com

                       

                      发布时间:2019-05-08
                    • 1Call for papers for a special issue on “Multi-geophysical Studies of the Longmenshan Fault System”

                      Multi-geophysical Studies of the Longmenshan Fault System: Special Issue on the International Conference for the Decade Memory of the Wenchuan Earthquake

                      Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP) invites contributions to a special issue on Multi-geophysical Studies of the Longmenshan Fault System: Special Issue on the International Conference for the Decade Memory of the Wenchuan Earthquake.

                      The Longmenshan Fault System (LFS) on the eastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau is a large-scale and complex fault zone. The east-southeastward extrusion of the Bayan Kara Block from the elevated Tibetan Plateau met the strong resistance of the Sichuan Basin in the Yangtze Block, resulting in a northeast-southwest trending deformation front of nearly 500-km in length with overthrust and strike-slip movements. Active tectonics along the LFS is responsible for the high seismic activity in the region, as manifested by the most devastating 2008 Mw8.0 Wenchuan earthquake.

                      The LFS has been a focus of research for geologists and geophysicists for many decades. In particular, since the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake, tremendous resources have been devoted to the establishment of various observational networks in and around the LFS to investigate the complex crust and upper-mantle structures, the mountain building mechanism, the earthquake rupture processes and mechanisms, and the seismogenic environment in order to provide a framework for assessing regional earthquake potential in the future. This EPP special issue is dedicated to the recent efforts in understanding the structure and earthquakes in the LFS region with focuses on the observations by multi-geophysical means including but not limited to seismology, geodesy, and electromagnetism, as well as the interpretations of those observations through inversions and/or numerical simulations.

                      Guest Editors for this special issue are:

                      Qinghua Huang, Peking University;

                      Li Zhao, Peking University;

                      Sidao Ni, Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.


                      The deadline for submission of this special issue is 31 December 2018. Publication is planned for the May 2019 issue of EPP.

                      Manuscripts should be submitted via  under the category “Multi-geophysical Studies of the Longmenshan Fault System”.

                      For additional information please contact: epp@mail.iggcas.ac.cn. http://dl207.com .


                      发布时间:2019-05-08
                    • 1Special Issue on Atmospheric Physics and Planetary Atmospheres

                      Special Issue on Atmospheric Physics and Planetary Atmospheres

                      Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP) invites contributions to a special issue on atmospheric physics of both Earth and Planets.

                      This special issue includes, but not limited to, cloud physics, radiation transfer and remote sensing, cloud and radiation schemes/processes in numerical models, lightning and transient luminous event (TLE), radiative forcings of greenhouse gases, anthropogenic and volcanic aerosols, climate dynamics and climate change, stratospheric dynamics, gravity waves, the ozone layer, thermal tides, atmospheric detections, and planetary atmospheres.

                      Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP) is a new English journal, co-sponsored by the Chinese Geophysical Society (CGS); the Institute of Geology and Geophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; and Science Press. EPP is free access on website http://dl207.com. It is hosted online by the AGU with Wiley, and archived via the Wiley Online Library (). The publication fees are free for the first two years.

                      Guest Editors for this special issue are:

                      Yongyun Hu, Peking University;

                      Xiushu Qie, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences;

                      Tianjun Zhou, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

                       

                      The deadline for submission of this special issue is 31 November 2018. Publication is planned for the March 2019 issue of EPP.

                      Manuscripts should be submitted via  under the category “Atmospheric Physics and Planetary Atmospheres”.

                      For additional information please contact: epp@mail.iggcas.ac.cn. http://dl207.com .

                      发布时间:2019-05-08
                    • 1Permissions

                      This is an open access journal which means that all content on the journal's web site is freely available without charge to the personal user. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose but only for non-commercial purposes, without asking prior permission from the editorial office.

                      Permission may still be required to the institution, librarypublishers, particularly for commercial use. Where permission is required, requests are being handled through the epp@mail.iggcas.ac.cn.

                      发布时间:2018-09-06
                    • 1Special Issue on Atmospheric Physics and Planetary Atmospheres

                      Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP) invites contributions to a special issue on atmospheric physics of both Earth and Planets.

                      This special issue includes, but not limited to, cloud physics, radiation transfer and remote sensing, cloud and radiation schemes/processes in numerical models, lightning and transient luminous event (TLE), radiative forcings of greenhouse gases, anthropogenic and volcanic aerosols, climate dynamics and climate change, stratospheric dynamics, gravity waves, the ozone layer, thermal tides, atmospheric detections, and planetary atmospheres.

                      Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP) is a new English journal, co-sponsored by the Chinese Geophysical Society (CGS); the Institute of Geology and Geophysics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; and Science Press. EPP is free access on website http://dl207.com. It is hosted online by the AGU with Wiley, and archived via the Wiley Online Library (). The publication fees are free for the first two years.

                      Guest Editors for this special issue are:

                      Yongyun Hu, Peking University;

                      Xiushu Qie, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences;

                      Tianjun Zhou, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

                       

                      The deadline for submission of this special issue is 31 November 2018. Publication is planned for the March 2019 issue of EPP.

                      Manuscripts should be submitted via  under the category “Atmospheric Physics and Planetary Atmospheres”.

                      For additional information please contact: epp@mail.iggcas.ac.cn. http://dl207.com .

                      发布时间:2018-07-25
                    • 1Multi-geophysical Studies of the Longmenshan Fault System: Special Issue on the International Conference for the Decade Memory of the Wenchuan Earthquake

                      Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP) invites contributions to a special issue on Multi-geophysical Studies of the Longmenshan Fault System: Special Issue on the International Conference for the Decade Memory of the Wenchuan Earthquake.

                      The Longmenshan Fault System (LFS) on the eastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau is a large-scale and complex fault zone. The east-southeastward extrusion of the Bayan Kara Block from the elevated Tibetan Plateau met the strong resistance of the Sichuan Basin in the Yangtze Block, resulting in a northeast-southwest trending deformation front of nearly 500-km in length with overthrust and strike-slip movements. Active tectonics along the LFS is responsible for the high seismic activity in the region, as manifested by the most devastating 2008 Mw8.0 Wenchuan earthquake.

                      The LFS has been a focus of research for geologists and geophysicists for many decades. In particular, since the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake, tremendous resources have been devoted to the establishment of various observational networks in and around the LFS to investigate the complex crust and upper-mantle structures, the mountain building mechanism, the earthquake rupture processes and mechanisms, and the seismogenic environment in order to provide a framework for assessing regional earthquake potential in the future. This EPP special issue is dedicated to the recent efforts in understanding the structure and earthquakes in the LFS region with focuses on the observations by multi-geophysical means including but not limited to seismology, geodesy, and electromagnetism, as well as the interpretations of those observations through inversions and/or numerical simulations.

                      Guest Editors for this special issue are:

                      Qinghua Huang, Peking University;

                      Li Zhao, Peking University;

                      Sidao Ni, Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences.


                      The deadline for submission of this special issue is 31 December 2018. Publication is planned for the May 2019 issue of EPP.

                      Manuscripts should be submitted via  under the category “Multi-geophysical Studies of the Longmenshan Fault System”.

                      For additional information please contact: epp@mail.iggcas.ac.cn. http://dl207.com .


                      发布时间:2018-06-01
                    • 1Structure, Tectonics, and Geodynamics of the Tibetan Plateau

                       Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP) is planning to publish a special issue on Structure, Tectonics, and Geodynamics of the Tibetan Plateau.

                      The formation of the Tibetan Plateau due to the collision between the India and Eurasia plates is one of the most important geological events of the world during the Cenozoic Era. The plateau has served as one of the natural laboratories in which modern thinking developed about plateau formation, the relationships between plate tectonics and mountain building, and those between orogenesis, climate, erosion and uplift.

                      Despite a large amount of surface-observation-based geodetic, geologic and tectonic studies, mechanisms on the large scale deformation, i.e., E-W extension and S-N convergence within the plateau, together with the widely spread Cenozoic volcanism are still not well understood. Although it is generally agreed that crustal thickening occurred extensively across the plateau, direct evidence for thickening of the underlying lithospheric mantle has, thus far, been lacking. The margin of plateau is also known as the nest of strong earthquakes; this century alone has witnessed several devastating earthquakes, mostly in the eastern margin of the plateau, leading to a great demand to understand the seismicity and seismic hazard of the plateau.

                      Recent developments in large-scale deployment of seismic and other geophysical instruments across the plateau have captured unprecedented data to study crustal and upper mantle structure beneath the plateau. The EPP special issue will focus on new observations and analyses in all fields of geophysics, tectonophysics and seismotectonics that lead to new insights into the structure, tectonics and geodynamics of Tibetan Plateau.

                      Guest Editors of this special issue are:

                      Fenglin Niu, Rice University/China University of Petroleum at Beijing,

                      Yuan Gao, Institute of Earthquake Science, China Earthquake Administration,

                      Xiwei Xu, Institute of Geology, China Earthquake Administration,

                      Rizheng He, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences 

                      Interested authors may send inquiries and notices of intent to submit a paper to the guest editor Fenglin Niu. The submission deadline is 31 August 2018. Publication is planned for the 2018 November issue. 

                      Manuscripts should be submitted via  under the category “Structure, Tectonics, and Geodynamics of the Tibetan Plateau” or “Tibetan Plateau”. For additional information please contact: epp@mail.iggcas.ac.cn. http://dl207.com

                       

                      发布时间:2018-01-09
                    • 1Paper Types

                      Research articles are expected to present significant new theories and novel concepts on scientific topics within the scope of the journal, along with their applications. They should include fully developed analyses, results, and discussion. Although there is no limitation of space, usual length is expected to be 9 to 15 published pages. These manuscripts are handled by the associate editors of the journal. 

                      Reviews are invited or submitted papers that review and synthesize recent advances on a given topic. Recommended length is 10-15 published pages excluding references and supporting materials; for invited reviews, the length may occasionally be extended. 

                      Perspectives are shorter reviews and analyses of current research developments. Typical length is 5 published pages. 

                      Letters are communications-length articles on major scientific advances in all major geoscience and planetary sciences disciplines. 

                      Editorials are written by editors of the journal. Comments may be on the journal’s guidelines and contents, on scientific developments, and so on. The length is limited to 1 published page of about 900 words. 

                      Technical Reports: Data papers describe important Earth, space and planetary science data sets and observations, including those supporting innovative research and theoretical developments published elsewhere. Methods papers describe new analytical or experimental methods and other technical advances. Technical reports should be about 5 published pages. 

                      Comments are brief submissions that elaborate, criticize, or correct papers previously published in this journal. Comments are limited to 5 published pages. 

                      Replies are written by the authors of the paper being commented on. Replies are limited to about 5 published pages. 


                      发布时间:2018-01-08
                    • 1Aims and scope

                      Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP) aims to publish top-quality, peer-reviewed fundamental research articles in exciting and emerging fields of solid Earth geophysics, atmospheric physics, space physics, and planetary science. 

                      EPP’s scope includes, but is not limited to, the following areas: 

                       Marine Geology and Geophysics

                       Petrology and Geochemistry

                       Physical Oceanography

                       Theoretical and Computational Geophysics

                      Atmospheric Physics

                      Exploration Geophysics

                      Geodesy, Gravity and Electromagnetics

                      Geodynamics

                      Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism

                      Interplanetary Physics

                      Ionospheric Physics

                      Magnetospheric Physics

                      Mineral and Rock Physics

                      Planetary Sciences

                      Seismology

                      Solar Physics

                      Space and Planetary Physics

                      Space Plasma Physics

                      Space Weather Physics

                      Tectonophysics 

                      Original Research Articles, Reviews, Letters, Technical Reports, Commentaries, Replies and Perspectives are welcomed for submission.
                      发布时间:2018-01-08

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