July 2018: New issue available of MeteorologicaVol 43 N° 1
We are pleased to inform that Meteorologica has been recently included in Scimago Journal & Country RankCheck SJR web page for more information
Meteorologica is the semestral journal of Centro Argentino de Meteorólogos, which is published since 1970 and serves on the Core of Argentine Scientific Journals since 2005. Meteorologica publishes original papers in the field of atmospheric sciences and oceanography written in Spanish or English. Theoretical and applied research description, dataset description, extensive reviews about a particular topic related with atmospheric sciences or oceanography are within the journal scope. Papers must be original and concise. Meteorologica publishes one volume (two issues) per year.
Meteorologica is indexed in SCOPUS, Meteorological & Geoastrophysical Abstracts, included in LATINDEX catalog, SciELO e-Library and the EBSCO, SHERPA/ROMEO and DOAJ database.
They are complete and original contributions within the general topic of Meteorologica. Research papers are peer reviewed contributions.
Includes brief descriptions of techniques, methods, data or short contributions that require immediate dissemination. Notes should not exceed 3000 words and 5 figures and tables. Notes are peer reviewed contributions.
Contains comments and discussion of articles published in previous volumes and will be accompanied by the response of the authors. Correspondences are peer reviewed contributions and should not exceed 1000 words and two figures. See Peer Review Policy for more details.
In order to protect the integrity of a published paper Meteorologica adopted a correction policy which is described in the Editorial Policy section.
Papers should be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com following the guidelines for the preparation of the manuscript. Authors should also read the Editorial policy of Meteorologica.
Meteorologica is committed to Open Access policies to scientific information, considering that both the scientific literature as the research funded with public funds should be liberally available on the Internet, without restrictions and free. Meteorologica ratifies the Open Access model where the content of scientific publications are available free and full text online without temporary embargoes, and whose publishing costs are not fully transferred to the authors. This policy aims to break the barriers that generate economic inequalities in the access to information, and the publication of research results.
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