Planetary Space Science Special Issue On Outer Planet Systems X : Call For Papers

We invite colleagues who have recently given a presentation or plan to give one concerning outer planets and their systems at one of the 2013 Planetary meetings (EGU, EPSC, AOGS, etc), to submit a paper in a new special issue of Planetary and Space Science on the subject of the sessions : “Atmospheres, Magnetospheres and Surfaces of the outer planets, their satellites and ring systems: Part X”.

All papers presented in these meetings (solicited, contributed, oral and posters) and concerning results on the outer planets and their systems, as well as laboratory or modelling work for the analysis of such data, are welcome to an article in this issue of PSS. In addition, we invite papers from presentations related to  and white papers submitted in response to ESA’s L2-L3 call for science themes, and related workshops, like the upcoming Uranus one in Paris-Meudon Observatory.

The Elsevier Editorial System is now ready for article submission.

Instructions for submission:

  • The submission website for this journal is located at: http://ees.elsevier.com/pss/default.asp
  • To ensure that all manuscripts are correctly identified for inclusion into the special issue you are editing, it is important that authors select Outer Planets X when they reach the “Article Type” step in the submission process.

The usual refereeing process is applied for publication in PSS. The deadline for submission of the manuscripts for this issue will be mid December 2013.

AS A FIRST STEP WE ASK FOR AN INDICATION OF INTEREST FROM THE AUTHORS SO AS TO KNOW HOW MANY PAPERS MIGHT BE EXPECTED, PREFERABLY BY END OF SEPTEMBER 2013 OR BEFORE. SEND AN E-MAIL TO THE EDITORS HEREAFTER.

The Editors:
Athena Coustenis (Athena.Coustenis@obspm.fr) Sushil Atreya (atreya@umich.edu) Julie Castillo (jccastil@jpl.nasa.gov) Patrice Coll (pcoll@lisa.univ-paris12.fr) Ingo Müller-Wodarg (i.mueller-wodarg@imperial.ac.uk) Linda Spilker (Linda.J.Spilker@jpl.nasa.gov)

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