Thread: ES3 Special Issue on Hazards and Society- call for submissions

Started: 2021-06-14 14:25:48
Last activity: 2021-06-14 14:25:48
Dear colleagues,

We'd like to get in touch to let you know about a newly launched open access journal ES3 (Earth Science, Systems and Societyhttps://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fwww.escubed.org%2fjournals%2fearth-science-systems-and-society&c=E,1,oNP7IRmvOxmINW4vJ8X0oZ2_X13V_AMF4u3pbuzgBTYB0mixDcakj67NM8DfWc3j6JQSrNGoq0aUC2jPEBmpJ2_XzZE5gJ1JTA3byhi4XA,,&typo=1>). We are accepting submissions for the first issue that uses cross-disciplinary research to showcase the relevance of geoscience to sustainability in society.

We are also accepting submissions for a number of Special Issues that are particularly relevant to the sedimentological community:

The Special Issue Hazards and Societyhttps://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fwww.escubed.org%2fresearch-topics%2f4%2fhazards-and-society&c=E,1,AXdLNnLvF2VmTkzP-7K1jDLOFR11nemfzjFxghfIOh6FY0RQa_1X2m_HegW3twk5EAMOr7ICWIsX7EcFIVBG9YVzuFalbD8f2zNOC5q2xgk,&typo=1> aims to highlight how environmental hazards and risk interact with society, showcasing the important role that Earth Science plays in our socio-economic resilience to environment hazards. We are welcoming any contributions that fit this bill, particularly multidisciplinary contributions that bring together different perspectives from natural and social sciences, engineering, industry and policy.

Two further Special Issues will cover topics related to Earth Sciences and the Race to Net Zerohttps://www.escubed.org/research-topics/2/earth-sciences-and-the-race-to-net-zero and Sustainability in the Extractive Industrieshttps://www.escubed.org/research-topics/3/sustainability-in-the-extractive-industries. Submissions are now open and will remain open until December 2021.

ES3 is an official journal of the Geological Society. The Journal's mission focuses on encouraging inclusivity and diversity in publishing, engaging directly with early career researchers, embodying principles of openness and transparency in science, and presenting a forward-looking perspective on geoscience and related disciplines. As a not-for-profit endeavour from the Geological Society of London, any surplus is reinvested in discounts and waivers to increase access for those without funding.

If you’d like more information or have any questions, please do contact us.

Cheers,

Walid, Natasha, Rachel, Charlene

walid.benmansour<at>seismo.wustl.edu<walid.benmansour<at>seismo.wustl.edu>
natashadowey<at>gmail.com<natashadowey<at>gmail.com>
rachel.brackenridge<at>abdn.ac.uk<rachel.brackenridge<at>abdn.ac.uk>
Charlene.Ting<at>arup.com<Charlene.Ting<at>arup.com>

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Walid Ben Mansour (Ph.D.)
Seismologist-Geophysicist

Postdoc Research Associate
Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences
Washington University
1 Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130 USA
Email: walid.benmansour<at>seismo.wustl.edu<walid.benmansour<at>seismo.wustl.edu>


ORCID: 0000-0002-0721-1244
Editorial Board of Earth Science, Systems and Society (2021-present): www.EScubed.orghttp://www.EScubed.org

City Coordinator Pint of Science France (2017-2021)
ECS rep team EGU-Seismology Division (2018-2020)
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