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JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2020

For a Borderless World of Geoscience

Explore our Earth & Environment Collection

Thanks for joining us during JpGU!

We are looking forward to joining you at the JpGU-AGU virtual conference. Follow us on Twitter @tandfenviro or using #JpGU for the latest updates and to see a video message from Maggie Yang, our Geoscience subject expert at Taylor & Francis. 

Please take your time to browse our journals below. When you have found the journals you're interested in, make sure you sign up here to get access to 5 free articles of your choice from across our portfolio, as well as a 20% discount on books from CRC Press and Routledge.

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Discover our Earth & Environment Collection

Taylor & Francis publishes a broad range of journals across geoscience and earth sciences, including remote sensing, geology, geography, cartography, water resources journals, which address key issues recognized by the UN’s Sustainability Development Goals, such as clean water and sanitation (SDG6), sustainable cities and communities (SDG11), climate action (SDG13), life below water (SDG14), and life on land (SDG15).

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Meet our subject experts

If you are a researcher who would like to learn more about our publishing program, or if you represent a learned Society, Journal or Organisation who may be interested in partnering with Taylor & Francis, please feel free to send an email to our Taylor & Francis representatives: Maggie Yang, Geoscience journals; Dr.Andrew Kelly, Remote Sensing, GIS, & Cartography journals; Wendy Wong, Global Head of Portfolio, Earth & Environmental Science, and other subject representatives as following to arrange a no-obligations discussion.

Maggie Yang

Portfolio Manager for Geoscience Journals

Maggie is the main point of contact for the Geoscience portfolio of journals at Taylor & Francis which cover subject areas including geology, geophysics, geochemistry, mineralogy, oceanography, and geography.

Maggie started her career in academic publishing in 2012. She has worked in international well-known academic publishing groups for many years and has extensive working experience in publishing, ranging from academic journal management to academic book publication across over STEM subject areas. She is currently based in China with rich regional knowledge as well as subject expertise.


Wendy Wong

Global Head of Portfolio, Earth & Environmental Science

Wendy Wong is the Global Head of Portfolio at Taylor & Francis for its Earth and Environmental Science journals.

Wendy has extensive academic journals publishing experience in various capacities over the last decade, ranging from roles in the Editorial Office, Production and to her current position in Editorial.

She is currently based in Asia Pacific, and has a keen understanding on STEM Publishing in the region, and beyond.


Dr. Andrew Kelly

Portfolio Manager for Remote Sensing, GIS, & Cartography Journals

Dr Kelly holds a BSc Hons in Chemistry from the University of York (UK) and a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Bath (UK). He began his career in publishing working on Chemistry research journals and has been at Taylor & Francis since 2013. He he is responsible for looking after our Remote Sensing, GIS & Cartography titles.

Andrew's role as a Portfolio Manager is exceptionally varied. He acts as the first point-of-call for our editors and society partners and works proactively with them to put into place collaborative action plans for the growth of the portfolio by anticipating problems and making improvements through evidence-based journal development.

He also works to grow our portfolio in the Earth Sciences by exploring possible new launches with existing partners and by forming new publishing partnerships with societies and associations. He regularly communicates with our research communities through attending conferences to promote our titles, meeting and talking with authors, editors, and societies, and giving presentations and participating in workshops.


Eilise Norris

Portfolio Manager for Water & Climate Journals

Eilise joined Taylor & Francis in 2015 and has worked with the water science and climate journals since then. She works with societies and editors in many fields, including water resources, hydraulic engineering, hydrology, limnology, air quality, waste management and sustainability.

As a Portfolio Manager, her focus is supporting these journals to meet their aims and to in turn support their subject communities.

Eilise has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oxford and is based in the United Kingdom.



Matt Whittle

Portfolio Manager for Environmental Science Journals

Matt has worked for Taylor and Francis since 2016 and is currently a Portfolio Manager within the Earth and Environmental Science team. He is a subject expert for the Environmental Science portfolio which includes climate change, conservation and biodiversity, environmental contamination and toxicology, environmental health, environmental monitoring, environmental geology, environmental management and sustainability. He is always happy to make new contacts in these fields and discuss the latest research.

Matt has a BA in English and US Literature from the University of Essex and has previously worked in Marketing, Facilities Management and Healthcare. He is based in Oxfordshire, UK.



Chris Freeman

Portfolio Manager for Environmental Science Journals

In his role as a Portfolio Manager, Chris predominantly works with societies based in Australia and New Zealand, as well as being a subject specialist in our Environmental Science portfolio alongside Matt.

Chris has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Tasmania, and worked in news media before joining Taylor & Francis in early 2017. He is currently based in our Melbourne office.