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Modeling Earth Systems and Environment

Modeling Earth Systems and Environment

Executive Editor-in-Chief: Md. Nazrul Islam
Editors-in-Chief: J. Aherne; D. Kitazawa; R.J. Schotting

ISSN: 2363-6203 (print version)
ISSN: 2363-6211 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40808

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Executive Editor-in-Chief

Md. Nazrul Islam
Focused on South and Southeast Asia
Department of Geography and Environment
Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh
E-mail: nazrul_geo@juniv.edu


Editors-in-Chief 

Julian Aherne
Focused on the Americas
Canada Research Chair in Environmental Modeling
Environmental and Resource Studies
Trent University, Canada
E-mail: jaherne@trentu.ca

Ruud J. Schotting
Focused on EMEA
Sultan Qaboos Chair of Quantitative Water Management
Environmental Hydrogeology Group
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
E-mail: R.J.Schotting@uu.nl

Daisuke Kitazawa
Focused on APAC
Underwater Technology Research Center
The University of Tokyo, Japan
E-mail: dkita@iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp


Associate Editors

Jan Adamowski
Department of Bioresource Engineering
Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
McGill University, Canada

Yoshihisa Akamatsu
Graduate School of Science and Engineering
Yamaguchi University, Japan

Andre van Amstel

Department of Environmental Science
Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Man Nin Chan

Chemical Sciences Division
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Guoqian Chen

Division of Climate Change Thermodynamics and Systems Ecology
Peking University, Beijing, China

Vivien Pei Wen Chua
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Keith Davidson
Microbial and Molecular Biology Department
The Scottish Association of Marine Sciences (SAMS), Oban, Scotland, UK

W.K.C. Neetha Dayanthi

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Ruhuna, Hapugala-Galle, Sri Lanka

Karina Yew-Hoong Gin

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Chris Gordon

Institute for Environment and Sanitation Modeling Studies
University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana

Dagmar Haase
Department of Geography
Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

Patrick Hettiaratchi

Department of Civil Engineering
University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada

Guangwei Huang

Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies
Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan

Mohd. Yusoff Ishak

Faculty of Environmental Studies
University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

M. Nazrul Islam
Department of Geography and Environment
Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Pekka E. Kauppi
Department of Environmental Sciences
University of Helsinki, Finland

Anilava Kaviraj
Department of Zoology
University of Kalyani, India

Weide Li
School of Mathematics and Statistics
Lanzhou University, China

Gengyuan Liu
School of Environment
Beijing Normal University, China

Arvind Kumar Misra

Department of Mathematics
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India

Hitoshi Miyamoto
Department of Civil Engineering
Kobe University, Japan

Seon Ki Park
Department of Atmospheric Science and Engineering
Ewha Womens University, Seoul, Korea

Robert Gilmore Pontius Jr.
Graduate School of Geography
Clark University, Worcester, MA, USA

Zati Sharip
Research Centre for Water Quality and Environment
National Hydraulic Research Institute of Malaysia, Malaysia

Slobodan P. Simonovic

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Western Ontario, London, Canada

Andrew Skidmore
Department of Natural Resources
International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation, Enschede, The Netherlands

Chan Eng Soon
Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Vo Si Tuan

Institute of Oceanography
Vietnam Academy of Science, Nha Trang City, Vietnam

Roger White

Department of Geography
Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Canada

Zhenghui Xie
Institute of Atmospheric Physics
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

Runsheng Yin
Department of Forestry
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA

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    The peer-reviewed journal Modeling Earth Systems and Environment (MESE) provides a unique publication platform by discussing interdisciplinary problems and approaches through modeling. The focus of MESE is on modeling in earth and environment related fields, such as: earth and environmental engineering; climate change; hydrogeology; aquatic systems and functions; atmospheric research and water; land use and vegetation change; modeling of forest and agricultural dynamics; and economic and energy systems. Furthermore, the journal combines these topics with modeling of anthropogenic or social phenomena and projections to be used by decision makers.

    In addition to Research Articles, Modeling Earth Systems and Environment publishes Review Articles, Letters, and Data Articles:

    • Research Articles have a recommended length of 10-12 published pages, referees will be asked to comment specifically on the manuscript length for manuscripts exceeding this limit.
    • Review articles provide readers with assessments of advances, as well as projected developments in key areas of modeling earth systems and the environment. We expect that a typical review article will occupy twelve to fifteen pages in journal format, and have a substantial number of citations, which justify the comprehensive nature of the review.
    • Letters have a shorter publication time and provide an opportunity to rapidly disseminate novel results expected to have an immediate impact in the earth system and environmental modeling community. Letters should include a short abstract, should not exceed four journal pages and about 10 citations.
    • Data Articles give you the opportunity to share and reuse each other's datasets as electronic supplementary material. To facilitate reproducibility, you need to thoroughly describe your data, the methods of collection, and the already proceeded assimilation. Data Articles have a recommended length of 4-6 pages.
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