The series Advances in Geophysical and Environmental Mechanics and Mathematics (AGEM2) reports new developments on all topics of geophysical, environmental and astrophysical mechanics and mathematical research and teaching - quickly and informally, but with high quality and the explicit aim to summarize and communicate current knowledge in an accessible way. Books published in this series are conceived as bridging material between upper level textbooks and the forefront of research to serve the following purposes:
- to be a compact and up-to-date source of reference on a well defined topic;
- to serve as an accessible introduction to a specialized field to advanced students and non-specialized researchers from related areas;
- to be a source of advanced teaching material for specialized seminars, courses and schools.
Both monographs and multi-author volumes will be considered for publication. Edited volumes should, however, consist of a very limited number of contributions only. Proceedings will not be considered for the series.
Volumes published in AGEM2 are disseminated both in print and in electronic formats, the electronic archive being available at springerlink.com. The series content is indexed, abstracted and referenced in many abstracting and information services, bibliographic networks, subscription agencies, library networks, and consortia.
Proposals should be sent to the Editor or directly to the managing editor at Springer.