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Evaluation, Attribution and Projection of Climate Change based on CMIP6

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters Special Issue Call for Papers

Deadline: 31 March 2020

The Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP) is a project of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP)’s Working Group of Coupled Modelling (WGCM). Since 1995, CMIP has coordinated climate model experiments involving multiple international modeling teams worldwide. CMIP has led to a better understanding of past, present and future climate change and variability in a multi-model framework, which also play an important role in a series of climate change assessment reports sponsored by Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). CMIP has developed in phases, and it's going to the new simulations of the sixth phase, CMIP6, which is designed to perform more efficiently and contribute to the sixth IPCC assessment report (AR6).

The journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters (AOSL; ISSN: 1674-2834) is currently running a special issue on CMIP6.

The topics of interest include, but not limited to:

1) Evaluation of CMIP6 simulations;

2) Past and Future Climate Change from CMIP6 simulations.


If you are interested in this topic and willing to have contributions, please notify the editorial office of AOSL before your submission. You may also inform Profs. Yu, Zhou, Gao, and Cao the title of your contribution.

Because the theme of this special issue is very timely, we hope you could submit it by the end of  March 2020 if possible. Please pay attention to further notices. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters

Language: en-UK

Publisher: Taylor and Francis

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Submission guidelines

The submission website for this journal is located at: https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/aosl.

Author guidelines and manuscript preparation of AOSL can be found at: https://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmissionjournalCode=taos20&page=instructions

Editorial Information

Prof. Yu Yongqiang (lead editor),

LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics



Prof. Zhou Tianjun,

LASG, Institute of Atmospheric Physics



Prof. Gao Xuejie,

CCRC, Institute of Atmospheric Physics



Prof. Cao Long,

Zhejiang University




Editorial Office of Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters

Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Email: aosl@mail.iap.ac.cn


Published on 19th November 2019. Last updated on 

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