European Journal of Soil Science Special Issue
Understanding soil functions: from ped to planet
Dr Mathilde Hagens (WUR) – will be responsible for Innovative methods for measuring soil functions
Dr Jantiene Baartman (WUR) – will be responsible for Modelling & mapping of soil functions across scales
Prof Katharina Helming (ZALF) – will be responsible for Soil functions for society (land management and policy applications);
Prof. Rachel Creamer (WUR) – will be responsible for Synergies and trade-offs between soil functions
Abstract Deadline: 31st October 2019
Abstracts should be submitted in a word document to email@example.com. Abstracts are limited to 2000 characters. The final sentence should state the novelty of the research with respect to an improved understanding of, and wider relevance to, soil science.
6-10 keywords (in alphabetical order, separated by commas)
Authors should provide four Highlights. These should be included separately after the Abstract as bullet points of up to 100 characters each including spaces. The highlights should address the following:
- What is the main scientific question that your paper addresses?
- What is novel, important and timely about your work?
- What are your key findings?
- What is your main conclusion?
Please ensure that you address all of the requirements (Abstract, Keywords and Highlights) this allows the editorial team to get a good understanding of your paper.
Full Paper Submission Deadline: 15th January 2020
Author Guidelines can be found here
Once invited to submit a full paper to the special issue, you will be asked to submit via manuscript central on the EJSS website, where you will have the option to select the special issue.
There is no cost to authors to publish in the EJSS because the readers pay to view the documents via subscription charges.
However, if the authors/their institutions want their paper to be Open Access they may have to pay an Article Publication Charge (APC). This differs between countries. The good news for authors in Germany, Austria, The Netherlands, Hungary or Norway is that agreements between Wiley and the institutions in those countries mean that authors can publish Open Access free of charge. The information for different countries is available on the Wiley website.