• Open Access

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EDITOR

Revd Professor Ian N. James

Bootle, Cumbria, UK

ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Dr Grant Allen

Centre for Atmospheric Science, University of Manchester, UK

Prof. Geoff Austin

The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Dr William Bloss

University of Birmingham, UK

Prof. Andreas Bott

Meteorologisches Institut

Universitaet Bonn, Germany

Prof. George Bryan

NCAR/MMM, Boulder, CO, USA

Dr Sarah Callaghan

British Atmospheric Data Centre

STFC - Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

Chilton, Didcot, UK

Prof. S. Ghosh

Vellore Institute of Technology, India

Dr Wojciech Grabowski

National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), Boulder, CO, USA

Dr Sven-Erik Gryning

Risø National Laboratory,

Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde,

Denmark

Prof. Keith Haines

University of Reading, UK

Dr Chris Jones

Met Office Hadley Centre,

Exeter, UK

Dr Roger Jones

Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia

Prof. Szymon Malinowski

Warsaw University,

Institute of Geophysics, Warsaw,

Poland

Dr Jim McQuaid

Institute for Atmospheric Science

School of Earth and Environment,

University of Leeds, UK

Dr Arthur Miller

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

University of California, La Jolla, CA, USA

Dr Ali R. Mohebalhojeh

University of Tehran, Iran

Dr Mark Pritchard

National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research, Hamilton, New Zealand

Dr Andrew Russell

Brunel University, Uxbridge, UK

Professor David M. Schultz

University of Helsinki and Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland

Dr Jutta Thielen

Weather Driven Natural Hazards Action

Land Management & Natural Hazards Unit

Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Ispra, Italy

Dr Jacques Vanneste

University of Edinburgh, UK

Dr Oliver Wilde

Lancaster University, UK

Dr Curtis Wood

Finnish Met Institute (Ilmatieteen laitos),

Helsinki, Finland

Dr David Woolf

Environmental Research Institute,

North Highland College – UHI,

Caithness, UK

Dr Yan Yin

Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China

Aims and Scope

Atmospheric Science Letters (ASL2) is an electronic journal and is available online at http://wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/asl2 Its aim is to provide a fully peer reviewed publication route for new shorter contributions in the field of atmospheric and closely related sciences. Through its ability to publish shorter contributions more rapidly than conventional journals, ASL2 offers a framework that promotes new understanding and creates scientific debate – providing a platform for discussing scientific issues and techniques.

We encourage the presentation of multi-disciplinary work and contributions that utilize ideas and techniques from parallel areas. We particularly welcome contributions that maximize the visualization capabilities offered by a purely online journal. ASL2 welcomes papers in the fields of:

  • Dynamical meteorology
  • Ocean–atmosphere systems
  • Climate change, variability and impacts
  • New or improved observations from instrumentation
  • Hydrometeorology
  • Numerical weather prediction
  • Data assimilation
  • Physical processes of the atmosphere
  • Land surface–atmosphere systems

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