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Climate & Meteorology

Open Access at Taylor & Francis

Find the perfect home for your research.

We publish journals spanning climate change and climate-change policy, atmosphere, oceanographic and hydrological sciences, climatology, meteorology, biogeochemistry, and more. These journals recognize the wide range of readers involved in this research, including policymakers, practitioners, and those in related professions, and strive to engage them in the international forums they provide.

Discover our portfolio and find out how publishing open access can improve the engagement and the breadth of impact of your research.

Find out if your institution or country has an open access agreement to publish with us

Climate Policy

International journal publishing high quality research into climate-change policy, including adaptation, negotiations and impact


Cogent Environmental Science

Publishing multidisciplinary research across the full scope of environmental science from ecology to conservation and environmental health to waste management, Cogent Environmental Science offers authors a fast and affordable option for the publication of their work – including replication studies, reviews and short communications.

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Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography

Publishes international open access research into meteorology and oceanography including data assimilation techniques, weather prediction and climate dynamics


Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology

Publishes open access meteorological research on biogeochemical and atmospheric cycling and dispersion, cloud chemistry and physics, and air/surface exchange


Climate and Development

Publishes academic studies of the interactions between climate change, climate policy, mitigation, adaptation and development needs, impacts and priorities



The latest discoveries and hottest issues in meteorology and climatology and focus on the relation of weather to technology, history, culture, art, and society



Publishes research on atmospheric, oceanographic and hydrological sciences, including climatology, biogeochemistry and pollution in Arctic and coastal regions