Environmental earth sciences progress report 2020 and outlook 2021

Olaf Kolditz*, Paola Teti, Gunter Dörhöfer, Jim LaMoreaux, Gioacchino F. Andriani, Stephen Appleyard, Ted Asch, Gabriele Buttafuoco, Peter Dietrich, Andrew Hursthouse, Derek Kim, Broder J. Merkel, Jan Schwarzbauer, Siegfried Siegesmund, Barbara Kolditz

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Abstract

The present editorial 2020 continues the series of status reports in Environmental Earth Sciences (EES) in previous years 2017 and 2019 (Kolditz et al. in Environ Earth Sci 77: 8, 2018, Kolditz et al. in Environ Earth Sci 79: 11, 2020). The year 2020 coming to an end was heavily influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic affecting all areas of life including research work and, therefore, scientific publishing as well (“Introduction”). One bright spot which shows longevity of journals that produce a quality product is that Environmental Earth Sciences (EES) is celebrating its 45th anniversary of publication. To this extent EES continues the tradition to honor the most cited papers contributing to the 2020 Impact Factor (IF) (“Highly and most cited topics”) and provide information on the current status of EES as well as an outlook to 2021 (“Progress report”)

Original languageEnglish
Article number314
Number of pages9
JournalEnvironmental Earth Sciences
Volume80
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 9 Apr 2021

Keywords

  • 2020
  • Environmental Earth sciences (EES)
  • most cited papers
  • progress report

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