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To accept or not accept: what makes a good scientific editor

To accept or not accept: what makes a good scientific editor

Researchers and those in academia sooner or later come across the scientific editor: the gatekeeper of scientific journals. The editor plays a key role in the publishing process, working closely with authors and reviewers to implement an unbiased peer-review process that upholds rigorous standards. They are often experienced scientists and experts in their field who ensure that the published resea ...[Read More]

Interactive peer review: The foundation of EGU’s open access journals

Interactive peer review: The foundation of EGU’s open access journals

Some 20 years ago, a group of young atmospheric scientists united to shake up the scientific publishing world. Their novel idea was to make the peer review process transparent and allow the scientific community to participate in the discourse – in the truest sense of the word: “reviewed by the peers.” From day one, this has been the foundation that EGU’s open access journals were built on. Today, ...[Read More]

The most-read EGU journal articles in 2021!

The most-read EGU journal articles in 2021!

This year EGU published more than 3,375 peer-reviewed articles in our 19 Open Access journals. Upon learning about this impressive number of articles, we wondered: which of these were the most popular? You can find out in the following list of the most-read article for each EGU journal. From rainfall-runoff prediction, tipping points and open source hazard mapping, to the use of language around fr ...[Read More]

The most-read EGU journal articles in 2020!

The most-read EGU journal articles in 2020!

This year EGU published more than 3,300 peer-reviewed articles in our 19 Open Access journals. Upon learning about this impressive number of articles, which equates to just over 61,000 journal pages, we wondered: which of these were the most popular? You can find out in the following list of the most-read article for each EGU journal. From the substructure of extremely hot summers and the potentia ...[Read More]