CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS: Special Carbon Theme in G-Cubed

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CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS: Special Carbon Theme in G-Cubed

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Dear DIPPI-C List members,
 
CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS: G-Cubed Special theme on carbon in the natural environment (DIPPI-C)
 
The DIPPI-C working group (www.dippi-c.org) is currently accepting manuscripts (until 31st December 2013) in a special theme of the AGU/Geochemical Society journal G-Cubed (the theme is aptly called DIPPI-C). We seek submissions from researchers who are investigating Carbon in the environment (either via organic and/or inorganic materials) using isotopic and/or molecular approaches, and in both modern and palaeo settings. Studies that cover the spectrum of research from plant-soil-atmosphere interactions, preservation/degradation, C cycling and transfer, through to deep burial and storage of carbon and palaeo reconstructions are encouraged at all spatial and temporal scales.
 
A description of the theme and publications already accepted in the theme can be viewed here. We are operating a fast turn around time of articles from point of submission to publication.
 
Submission guidelines can be found here.
 
Manuscript submission is through the GEMS system, found here.
 
If you have any questions on publishing your research within this special theme please get in touch with one of the theme editors: Chris Brodie ([hidden email]), James Casford ([hidden email]), Melanie Leng ([hidden email]), Erin McClymont ([hidden email]).
 
All the best,
 
Dr. Chris Brodie
Department of Earth Sciences
James Hsioung Lee Science Building
The University of Hong Kong
Pokfulam Road
Hong Kong SAR, China
 
Associate Editor for Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (G-Cubed)
 
Co-Chair of Development of Isotopic Proxies for Palaeoenvironmental Interpretation: A Carbon Perspective (DIPPI-C) working group
 
 
 

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