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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.

Note: We are switching to a new online submission system (Manuscript Manager). New submissions must be submitted via the "Submit your manuscript" button below. For revision submissions, please refer to the instructions you received from the Editorial Office in your decision letter.

Print : ISSN 0936-577X

Online : ISSN 1616-1572

All volumes listed according to subscription year.

2019: 78(1) 78(2) 78(3)
2018: 74(1) 74(2) 74(3) 75(1) 75(2) 75(3) 76(1) 76(2) 76(3) 77(1) 77(2) 77(3)
2017: 70(1) 70(2-3) 71(1) 71(2) 71(3) 72(1) 72(2) 72(3) 73(1-2) 73(3)
2016: 66(1) 66(2) 66(3) 67(1) 67(2) 67(3) 68(1) 68(2-3) 69(1) 69(2) 69(3)
2015: 62(1) 62(2) 62(3) 63(1) 63(2) 63(3) 64(1) 64(2) 64(3) 65
2014: 58(1) 58(2) 58(3) 59(1) 59(2) 59(3) 60(1) 60(2) 60(3) 61(1) 61(2) 61(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 1542
Liu L, Zhou T, Ning L, Liu J, Yan M, Jin C, Sun W
Linkage between the Arctic Oscillation and summer climate extreme events over the middle reaches of Yangtze River Valley
Prepress abstract

C 1562
Hernández Ayala JJ, Heslar M
Examining the spatial-temporal characteristics of droughts in The Caribbean using the standardized precipitation index (SPI)
Prepress abstract

C 1569
Olcina Cantos J, Serrano-Notivoli R, Miró J, Meseguer-Ruiz O
Tropical nights in the Spanish Mediterranean coast: recent evolution (1950–2014)
Prepress abstract

C 1570
Suzuki KK, Ando M
Effect of rainfall on nocturnal activity of the Japanese dormouse
Prepress abstract

C 1571
Leolini L, Moriondo M, Romboli Y, Gardiman M, Costafreda-Aumedes S, García de Cortázar-Atauri I, Bindi M, Granchi L, Brilli L
Modelling sugar and acid content in Sangiovese grapes under future climates: an Italian case study
Prepress abstract

C 1572
Xue Z, Li N, Mu H, Jiang Y
Abatement potential and shadow price of carbon dioxide emissions from fuel combustion in China’s secondary industry
Prepress abstract

C 1573
Mitchell TJ, Knapp PA, Ortegren JT
Tropical cyclone frequency inferred from intra-annual density fluctuations in longleaf pine in Florida, USA
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C 1574
Derguy MR, Drozd AA, Martinuzzi S, Frangi JL, Arturi MF
Effect of climate data uncertainty on ecological land classification: a case study from Argentina
Prepress abstract

C 1575
Pillay MT, Fitchett JM
The occurrence of tropical cyclone landfalls south of the Tropic of Capricorn, southwest Indian Ocean
Prepress abstract

C 1576
Zhang Y, Fu L, Meng C, Zhang L, Xu Y
Projected changes of extreme precipitation events over China in the 21st century using PRECIS
Prepress abstract

C 1577
Gil-Alana LA, Lafuente C
Time trends in European average temperature anomalies, 1655–2017
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C 1578
Lou W, Yao Y, Sun K, Deng S, Yang M
Variability of heat waves and recurrence probability of the severe 2003 and 2013 heat waves in Zhejiang Province, southeast China
Prepress abstract

C 1579
Tian D, Su J, Zhou F, Mayer B, Sein D, Zhang H, Huang D, Pohlmann T
Heat budget responses of the Eastern China Seas to global warming in a coupled atmosphere–ocean model
Prepress abstract

C 1580
Fujita T, Ariga T, Ohashi H, Hijioka Y, Fukasawa K
Assessing the potential impacts of climate and population change on land-use changes in 2100 in Japan
Prepress abstract

C 1581
De Pinto A, Smith VH, Robertson RD
The role of risk in the context of climate change, land use choices and crop production: evidence from Zambia
Prepress abstract

C 1582
Regmi B, Lamichhane S
The dynamic linear model of monthly minimum and maximum temperature change, a case from three physiographic regions of the Central Himalayas
Prepress abstract

last update: September 10, 2019