Increase your impact, publish open access with Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography

Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography

Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography along with its sister journal Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology, are the international, peer-reviewed journals of the International Meteorological Institute in Stockholm, an independent non-for-profit body integrated into the Department of Meteorology at the Faculty of Sciences of Stockholm University, Sweden. Aiming to promote the exchange of knowledge about meteorology from across a range of scientific sub-disciplines, the scope of Tellus A spans dynamic meteorology, physical oceanography, data assimilation techniques, numerical weather prediction, climate dynamics, and climate modelling.

Why publish in Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography? If you publish with us:

  • Your research will be more discoverable

Tellus A: Dynamic Meterology and Oceanography is indexed in ASA/IMS, SCOPUS, DOAJ, and more, making everything we publish discoverable to the audience you want to reach. Our 2016 Impact Factor is 1.635.*

  • You will reach an engaged and global audience

Open access means that there is no barrier between readers and your work. Your published article will be universally free to access the moment it publishes online. Articles published open access on our platform are read eight times more than articles published in the traditional subscription model.

  • Your research gains a recognized stamp of quality

Tellus A: Dynamic Meterology and Oceanography uses the robust peer review processes of all Taylor & Francis journals. This assures readers that the journal only includes valuable new ideas.

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Editorial Information

  • Peter Lundberg – Editor-in-Chief, Stockholm University, Stockholm Sweden
  • Harald Lejenäs – Co-Chief Editor, Stockholm University, Stockholm Sweden
  • Nils Gustafsson – Subject Editor, Swedish Meterological and Hydrological Institute, Norrköping, Sweden
  • Abdel Hannachi – Subject Editor, Stockholm University, Stockholm Sweden
  • Johan Nilsson – Subject Editor, Stockholm University, Stockholm Sweden

APC Information

There is no submission fee for Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography and all papers are thoroughly peer reviewed. If your paper is accepted, then you will be asked to pay the standard Author Publication Charge (APC) of €80/$90/£70 per page, excluding figures. Depending on your location, these charges may be subject to local taxes.

Submission Information

Click here to access our Instructions for Authors page.

Click here to submit your paper on our Editorial Manager site.