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Climate Research

A major environmental journal, CR invites papers on all aspects of the interactions of climate with organisms, ecosystems and human societies. It strives for the same high quality characteristics of other Inter-Research journals.

CR issues are built online, with articles appearing individually as soon as editorial modifications are approved by the authors and without waiting for an issue to be full. Production time is thus further reduced. Issues are printed when complete.

As of 1 January 2021, CR is a Plan S Transformative Journal committed to increasing the proportion of OA research content by at least 5% in absolute terms and at least 15% in relative terms, year-on-year. When 75% of the research content is published OA, the journal will “flip” to full OA. During the transformation process, which lasts until 31 December 2024, CR may be financially supported by cOAlition S funders. See also Transformative Journals in the "For Authors" section.

Print : ISSN 0936-577X

Online : ISSN 1616-1572

All volumes listed according to subscription year.

2023: 90 91
2022: 87 88 89
2021: 84 85 86
2020: 81 82 83
2019: 78(1) 78(2) 78(3) 79(1) 79(2) 79(3) 80(1) 80(2) 80(3)

Early volumes (more than five years since publication) are freely accessible to all users.

In-press articles are listed online shortly after acceptance. Prepress abstracts are also made available. These have not yet been fully checked and copyedited and are therefore subject to change before actual publication. The article is however citable as "in press", using the DOI.

C 1727
Zahid KB, Shah H
Impact of climate change on farm level technical efficiency in Punjab, Pakistan
Prepress abstract

C 1728
Jacobsen RB, Dyremose SCS, Ounanian K, Raakjær J
Ten years of climate change adaptation in Greenlandic fisheries: Key observations from local ecological knowledge
Prepress abstract

C 1729
Lazenby MJ, Todd MC
Evaluating future changes of the South Indian Ocean Convergence Zone projected by CMIP5 models and associated uncertainty
Prepress abstract

C 1730
Zheng X, Ren G, He J, Zhao Y, Ren Y, Yang G
Temporal characteristics of extreme high temperature change in Wuhan city since 1881
Prepress abstract | Observed changes in climate over Asia

C 1731
Qin Y, Ren G, Zhang P, Zhan Y, Zhang S, Xue X
Long-term trend of near-surface air temperature lapse rate over the Chinese mainland during 1961-2018
Prepress abstract

C 1732
Li C, Wu C
Intraseasonal variation of extreme precipitation in southern China during winter 2015/16 and precursors
Prepress abstract

last update: November 21, 2023

Editor(s): Eduardo Zorita, Oliver Frauenfeld, Mikhail Semenov
Organizer: Guoyu Ren

Satellite image taken on June 1, 2023, by the Fengyun No. 3 D, provided by National Satelite Meteorological Center, China Meteorological Administration