Earth Interactions: An Electronic Journal Serving the Earth System Science Community Keith L. Seitter* and Judy 1. Introductio n 2 . Histor y The recently launched electronic journal, Earth In- Initial discussions among representatives of AMS, teractions, represents a major electronic publishing AGU, ESA, and TOS began in late 1992, and AAG initiative for the Society. Planning for this journal joined the collaboration in early 1994. From the start, started in 1992, at which time two important decisions discussions centered on the concept of an interdisci- were made: 1) the Society should seek to undertake a plinary journal focused on issues of what has been bold initiative in electronic publishing that would go termed "earth system science." This area of increas- beyond the limitations of the printed page, and as a ing research effort includes the atmospheric, oceanic, result, this publication should be independent of the hydrologic, solid earth, and biological sciences and established print journals ; and 2) this effort should be is largely focused on issues related to global change. carried out as a collaborative effort among similar There has been a need for a scholarly journal in this societies to spread the risk and increase the
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 6, 1996
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