ACP appoints 18 new climate physics editors
28 September 2023
We are pleased to announce the appointment of 18 new editors in the subject area of climate physics. The appointments follow a strategic decision by the journal to offer the community greater coverage of physical climate science, including cloud physics, atmospheric dynamics, boundary layer turbulence, precipitation processes, the water cycle, and climate feedback processes. The appointments aim to strengthen these areas of our editorial board, while maintaining strong links to atmospheric composition and climate change.
The editors are from 11 countries and include our first editors from Israel, Australia, and the Czech Republic, thus widening our global coverage to 26 countries.
Editors were selected for their breadth of expertise, excellent track record of high-quality publications, and support of ACP's open-science policy that involves transparent peer reviews in which all preprints, reviewer comments, and author replies are published immediately.
With this expansion of our editorial board, we invite authors to submit their top-quality, climate-focused research in the form of regular articles, ACP letters, opinions, and other manuscript types. The full list of ACP editors and their areas of expertise is available at: https://www.atmospheric-chemistry-and-physics.net/editorial_board.html. ACP articles are expected to have important implications for our understanding of the state and behaviour of the atmosphere and climate, including the troposphere, stratosphere, and mesosphere. Research activities include laboratory studies, field measurements, remote sensing, modelling, data analysis, and machine learning.
ACP welcomes the following new editors:
- Ivy Tan, McGill University, Canada
- Gunnar Myhre, CICERO, Norway
- Stephanie Fiedler, GEOMAR, Germany
- Matthew Toohey, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
- Franziska Aemisegger, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
- Beatriz Monge-Sanz, University of Oxford, UK
- Michael Tjernström, Stockholm University, Sweden
- Ann Fridlind, NASA GISS, USA
- Matt Christensen, PNNL, USA
- Raphaela Vogel, University of Hamburg, Germany
- Petr Šácha, Charles University, Czech Republic
- Laura Wilcox, University of Reading, UK
- Tak Yamaguchi, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratories, USA
- Yi Huang, University of Melbourne, Australia
- Guy Dagan, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
- Kevin Grise, University of Virginia, USA
- Michael Byrne, University of St Andrews, UK
- Minghuai Wang, Nanjing University, China
Ken Carslaw and Barbara Ervens, co-chief executive editors of ACP