Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science is converting to Open Access.
Meet the Editor
Dr. Kewei Yu serves as a professor with tenure at the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Troy University, Alabama, USA. Dr. Yu has a diverse interdisciplinary training of education, from biochemistry (BS) to microbial ecology (MS) and biogeochemistry (PhD).
Most of Dr. Yu’s research is in soil biogeochemistry associated with global climate change, especially in agricultural ecosystem, and recently with biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbons, with over 100 peer-reviewed publications.
Dr. Yu has been a reviewer for more than 30 scientific journals, and an expert reviewer for Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Dr. Yu is a member of Soil Science Society of America, and a member of Society of Wetland Scientists.
Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science has an over 50-year history in publishing innovative high-quality research in agronomy, soil science, and their interactions.
The journal has a broad readership among the science and education communities, farmers, ecosystem managers, and policymakers around the world.
The journal has an experienced editorial team of established researchers to support the authors throughout the publication process. Large numbers of enthusiastic reviewers provide their constructive feedback and guidance to each submission, to ensure it meets the highest standards of scientific quality and rigor.
Under the open access model, the researchers can share their findings more widely, and promote collaboration across different disciplines and regions. Open access will significantly promote greater equity and diversity in the scientific community.
If your institution has an open access agreement with Taylor & Francis you could be eligible for a discounted article publishing charge or, in many cases, to publish open access in your chosen journal at no cost to yourself.