Papers on the history of meteorology, climatology, and related sciences and their social implications are now being accepted for consideration in History of Meteorology, vol. 6. Articles should convey the results of original research and present a novel thesis. They must be engaging, clearly written, and fully documented, following
the style guide available in vol. 5, available at the URL given below. All papers will be subject to peer review. Authors are reminded that international and interdisciplinary perspectives are encouraged and articles should engage social, cultural, and/or intellectual themes and contexts. Because this is an electronic journal, it is
possible to publish color illustrations and experiment with alternative media such as audio and video files and databases. Conference organizers and session conveners are invited to propose special sections or issues of the journal.
History of Meteorology has a stable URL at http://meteohistory.org and has been assigned ISSN
1555-5763 by the U.S. Library of Congress. It is currently being indexed by two leading services: Isis Current Bibliography of the History of Science (from which citations are posted online on the RLG History of Science and Technology database) and Meteorological and Geoastrophysical Abstracts. The submission deadline for volume six is October 1, 2010, but earlier notice is appreciated.
Queries or manuscripts should be directed to the editor-in-chief, James Fleming, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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