Volume 6 • Issue 2 • February 2018 • Pages 117–296 Aims and Scope. A transdisciplinary, open-access science journal, mandates eﬀective on 1 April 2013. All other authors (non-RCUK and Earth’s Future examines the state of the planet and its inhabitants, and Wellcome Trust authors) will be directed to the Creative Commons the predictions of its future. The journal assesses the challenges and Attribution-Non-Commercial-NoDerivs (CC BY NC ND). Copyright on opportunities associated with regional and global change in an era any research article published by Earth’s Future is retained by the where humans dominate Earth’s environment, resources and ecosys- author(s). Authors grant the Publisher a license to publish the article. tems. It publishes peer-reviewed articles, reviews and (short and long- Authors also grant any third party the right to use the article freely form) commentaries in areas that include water, air, food, energy, haz- as long as its integrity is maintained and its original authors, citation ards, climate, ecosystems, human health and demographics, among details and publisher are identiﬁed, and the use is non-commercial. Fur- others. Contributions focus on Earth as an interconnected, evolving sys- ther information about open access license and copyright can be found tem to inform researchers,
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