Atmospheric Science Letters


Subject: Atmospheric Science Letters
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2000 10:00:29 -0500 (EST)

Atmospheric Science Letters (ASL)
(Link active 20 October 2004)

Content prior to 2004 available at:
(Link active 20 October 2004)
(Link inactive 20 October 2004)

In July 2000, Academic Press launched a new electronic journal publishing
primary research in the field of atmospheric and closely related sciences.
Titled Atmospheric Science Letters (ASL), this wholly Web-based journal is
a pioneer in the field of atmospheric sciences and complements the
Quarterly Journal published by the Royal Meteorological Society. ASL
provides a fast-track, fully peer-reviewed publication of new and shorter
contributions such as multi-disciplinary work and papers presenting ideas
and techniques from parallel areas.

ASL welcomes papers in the fields of: dynamical meteorology;
ocean-atmosphere systems; climate change, variability and impacts; new or
improved observations from instrumentation; hydrometeorology; numerical
weather prediction; data assimilation; physical processes of the
atmosphere; and land surface-atmosphere interactions.

ASL appears on IDEAL, the International Digital Electronic Access Library
at On IDEAL, the full text of ASL is searchable by
keyword and includes hyperlinks to many other frequently cited journals.
PDF files are available beginning with the first article of ASL.
Supplementary materials within this journal can include animated images.

Access to the full text of ASL articles is available by institutional site
license or through IDEALOnDemand ? a new pay-per-view-service. Details on
IDEAL licenses and PPV access to journal articles on IDEAL appear at (Link inactive 20 October 2004).
ASL abstracts, searching ASL articles, and information on papers forthcoming through this journal
are available at no cost at (Link inactive 20 October 2004).


Original posting date: 
Thursday, January 11, 2001
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