New Palaeoclimate Journal to view, print, export, and graph (histograms of se- Gordon and Breach Publishing Group, located in lected tables, wind roses, etc.) the data. The user can the United Kingdom, has introduced a new journal, select the station or region in a number of ways, such Palaeoclimates: Data and Modelling. The multidisci- as by World Meteorological Organization station num- plinary journal is dedicated to promoting the advances ber, individual country, alphabetical sort, latitude- in palaeoclimatology. The papers published within the longitude area, or mouse click on a user-defined map. journal will focus on geological and climatological This upgrade from Version 2 includes 1100 additional aspects of palaeoclimatology. The journal will include non-United States locations with detailed summaries, original research papers on all aspects of the climate several additional tables and narratives, and new and environment during the Quaternary period and graphical plots of selected tables. earlier. Discussion and review papers will also be The package includes 38 different climatic tables/ included. summaries, for example, a one-page climate sum- Paul J. Valdes with the Department of Meteorology mary for the station with monthly averages and ex- at the University of Reading, and Judith Totman tremes of temperature, precipitation
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1995
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