Editorial

Editorial Precision Agriculture, 1, 247 1999 Q 2000 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Manufactured in The Netherlands. Dear Readers, The Precision Agriculture Journal continues to make progress in publishing new issues and processing speed. Still there is room for significant improvements. We should modify the journal editorial structure for 2000 to improve the review process, bring several special issues, and open new sections. Presently, over fifty manuscripts have been submitted for publication. A signifi- cant number of papers were of value but did not qualify for publication in a scientific journal for different reasons. Often, there was a lack of supporting data, particularly in number of years or experiments. Other common reasons were very technical or loosely related topics. However, precision agriculture is changing quite rapidly, and, in my view, some indirectly related papers may be of importance to the readership. For this reason, we will open a new section called ‘‘New Develop- ments in Precision Agriculture.’’ Papers submitted to this section should deal with new developments, of any type, but of value to precision agriculture. The cover letter of papers submitted to Kluwer for this section should specify clearly that the paper is intended for the ‘‘New Developments in PA’’ section. Manuscripts should be limited to 12 pages. This new section will be limited to a few papers per issue. Dr. Pierre C. Robert Professor and Director, Precision Agriculture Center University of Minnesota Department of Soil, Water, and Climate 568 Borlaug Hall Tel: 612 625-3125 1991 Upper Buford Circle Fax: 612 624-4223 St. Paul, MN 55108 E-mail: probert @soils.umn.edu Web: http:rrprecision.agri.umn.edur http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Precision Agriculture Springer Journals

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Copyright © 1999 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Life Sciences; Agriculture; Soil Science & Conservation; Remote Sensing/Photogrammetry; Statistics for Engineering, Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry and Earth Sciences; Atmospheric Sciences
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1385-2256
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1573-1618
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10.1023/A:1009968123542
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Precision Agriculture, 1, 247 1999 Q 2000 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Manufactured in The Netherlands. Dear Readers, The Precision Agriculture Journal continues to make progress in publishing new issues and processing speed. Still there is room for significant improvements. We should modify the journal editorial structure for 2000 to improve the review process, bring several special issues, and open new sections. Presently, over fifty manuscripts have been submitted for publication. A signifi- cant number of papers were of value but did not qualify for publication in a scientific journal for different reasons. Often, there was a lack of supporting data, particularly in number of years or experiments. Other common reasons were very technical or loosely related topics. However, precision agriculture is changing quite rapidly, and, in my view, some indirectly related papers may be of importance to the readership. For this reason, we will open a new section called ‘‘New Develop- ments in Precision Agriculture.’’ Papers submitted to this section should deal with new developments, of any type, but of value to precision agriculture. The cover letter of papers submitted to Kluwer for this section should specify clearly that the paper is intended for the ‘‘New Developments in PA’’ section. Manuscripts should be limited to 12 pages. This new section will be limited to a few papers per issue. Dr. Pierre C. Robert Professor and Director, Precision Agriculture Center University of Minnesota Department of Soil, Water, and Climate 568 Borlaug Hall Tel: 612 625-3125 1991 Upper Buford Circle Fax: 612 624-4223 St. Paul, MN 55108 E-mail: probert @soils.umn.edu Web: http:rrprecision.agri.umn.edur

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