Meteorology (ISSN 2674-0494) is an international, cross-disciplinary, scholarly, peer-reviewed, open access journal of research studies related to the science of weather. It publishes reviews, regular research articles, communications, technical notes, commentaries as well as perspectives, without any restriction on the maximum length of the papers. It also publishes Special Issues on selected themes, and we welcome proposals for these from the international meteorology research community.
Our aim is to publish the best meteorology research, whether it is theoretical, numerical, observational, or experimental. Supplementary material such as additional analysis or processing software can be deposited alongside research papers.
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- Applied meteorology
- Renewable energy meteorology
- Numerical weather prediction
- Weather analysis and forecasting
- Data assimilation
- Atmospheric observations
- Meteorological technology
- Atmosphere–ocean dynamics
- Clouds and convection
- Atmospheric electricity
- Atmospheric waves
- Atmospheric modelling
- Urban meteorology
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