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Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics Apr 2
New : Baroclinic and barotropic instabilities in planetary atmospheres: energetics, equilibration and adjustment
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EGU Apr 1
The schedule for is online! We know you have lots of questions and over the next few weeks we hope to answer as many of them as possible. So over on this week: the EGU schedule and personal programme explained! 👉
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AtmosphericChemistry Mar 30
New : Description and Evaluation of the specified-dynamics experiment in the Chemistry-Climate Model Initiative
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Copernicus Mar 31
Update: Home office for Copernicans: we decided to move into 100% home office from 16 March to 20 April 2020. Rest assured, our engaged staff members are at your disposal during the normal working hours and can be contacted by email whenever needed.
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Copernicus Mar 31
Together with our partners , we are trying to make the best out of the coronavirus crisis. Today EGU published the new schedule which aims to bring part of the activities online
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EGU Mar 31
To keep up to date with developments about our online sharing platform standing in for this year's General Assembly, use our two official hashtags: and
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Copernicus Mar 30
's response to our position paper on transformative agreements:
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Copernicus Mar 30
Replying to @geschichtenpost @C0PE
Hi Oliver, yes, the “Pre-publication in a discussion paper series” was discussed in the forum. Check their advice and follow up at
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Climate of the Past Mar 30
New : Terrestrial methane emissions from the Last Glacial Maximum to the preindustrial period
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Copernicus Mar 20
This week and Copernicus were excited to announce the launch of – a new platform with unique interactive features to serve the Earth, planetary & space science community. Read more
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EGU Mar 19
IMPORTANT UPDATE: in Vienna will be cancelled and instead EGU is working to provide attendees with a week-long series of online activities to help minimise the impact of COVID-19 on scientific research and collaboration. For more information:
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EGU Mar 17
EGU President introduces the new , a comprehensive open access repository and interactive discussion space, in a special announcement. Read more here: and here:
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AtmosphericChemistry Mar 16
New : Methanethiol, dimethyl sulfide and acetone over biologically productive waters in the southwest Pacific Ocean
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Copernicus Mar 15
Replying to @dave_whipp
Hi Dave, we're sorry for the inconveniences - we received your email in the meantime and will reply to you asap.
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Copernicus Mar 13
Home office for Copernicans: we see it as our civic duty to protect our staff members, their families, and our fellow citizens during these challenging times following the recent coronavirus outbreak. 2/2
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Copernicus Mar 13
Home office for Copernicans: we decided to move into 100% home office from 16 to 31 March 2020. Rest assured, our engaged staff members are at your disposal during the normal working hours and can be contacted by email whenever needed. 1/2
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Copernicus Mar 13
We can only speak for ourselves, but we have no shareholders and the company is owned by a German-non profit organization (). However, we need to operate economically.
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Copernicus Mar 13
Hi Giorgio, thanks for your comment. We would just like to point out that most of the journals we publish are society-owned. Btw, we recently published the APC breakdown
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Copernicus Mar 12
Just a quick update: This week, we had a phone call with Google Scholar and are working together on improving the discoverability of our articles there.
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Copernicus Mar 11
Replying to @scinoptica
Hi Ulrich, thanks for your comment. The licence fees are the amounts actually paid to the journal owners, mostly scientific associations. The actual costs on our side to publish papers waived for authors are listed under “waived APCs”.
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