IntJ Biometeorol(2017) 61(Suppl1):S1–S2 DOI 10.1007/s00484-017-1411-4 FOREWORD Scott C. Sheridan Published online: 20 July 2017 ISB 2017 To be released during the 21st International Congress of ISB, particularly as reflected in IJB publications over its Biometeorology in Durham, United Kingdom, in September 60 years, integrating the evolution of the field with technolog- 2017, this special issue presents 13 articles that collectively ical changes and the awareness of climate change. Beggs et al. reflect upon the recent history and advances of both the continue this theme by discussing the evolution of articles related to aerobiology in IJB over the journal’s history along International Society of Biometeorology (ISB), and this jour- nal, the International Journal of Biometeorology (IJB), both with highlighting research needs and gaps. Hondula et al. as- of which have recently celebrated their 60th anniversary. sess IJB publications in one of the fields that have consider- The first three articles in this supplement relate to the soci- ably grown in recent years, and a topic that overlaps with ety and journal as a whole. First, Sheridan and Allen provide a many foci of the journal, from human health to ecosystems. history of the evolution of the IJB over its 60
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