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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.

Print : ISSN 0936-577X

Online : ISSN 1616-1572

All volumes listed according to subscription year.


2020: 81
2019: 78(1) 78(2) 78(3) 79(1) 79(2) 79(3) 80(1) 80(2) 80(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

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 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 1583
Murphy TR, Hanley ME, Ellis JS, Lunt PH
Taking the higher ground: deviation between projected and observed precipitation trends varies with altitude
Prepress abstract

C 1604
Andrade C, Contente J
Köppen’s climate classification projections for the Iberian Peninsula
Prepress abstract

C 1607
Zhao J, Dong C, Dong X, Jiang Q
Coordinated development of industrial structure and energy structure in China: its measurement and impact on CO2 emissions
Prepress abstract

C 1608
Brown VM, Shirely MG, Keim BD, Marx BD, Lutz DCG
Effect of meteorological variables on crawfish harvest in Louisiana
Prepress abstract

C 1609
Wang X, Lang X, Jiang D
Linkage of future regional climate extremes to global warming intensity
Prepress abstract

C 1610
Shen L, Lin R, Lu L, Xu C, Liu Y
Accuracy analysis of GPM IMERG and CMORPH precipitation data over North China
Prepress abstract

C 1611
Chen F, Chen Y
Urban climate research and planning applications in China: a scientometric and long-term review (1963–2018) based on CiteSpace
Prepress abstract

C 1612
Apaydin H, Sattari MT
Evaluation of the potential of a deep learning-GIS hybrid approach in precipitation modeling based on spatio-temporal variables in coastal zone of Turkey
Prepress abstract

last update: July 7, 2020