Introducing "Dynamics and Statistics of the Climate System" journal

An Interdisciplinary Journal from Oxford University Press, Dynamics and Statistics of the Climate System (DSCS) aims to provide a high-quality forum for the interdisciplinary field of quantitative climate research. The journal encourages the interaction between physicists, statisticians, mathematicians, computer scientists, and earth scientists in the development of new models and methods applied to the analysis of the climate system.

The journal seeks to:

  • Provide a home for research which straddles the scope of a number of journals across disciplines, and which will develop in a form and with sufficient background to be accessible to a wide range of climate scientists;
  • Make a significant contribution towards the understanding of the climate system at all levels;
  • Provide the base upon which quantitative climate research will continue to grow and develop.

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Submit to DSCS Journal

Submissions to Dynamics and Statistics of the Climate System are now open, with all open access fees waived throughout 2016.  Read the full aims and scope of the journal, and see our Instructions to Authors page for full details of how to submit your paper.


First edition

Volume 1, Issue 1, January 2016 contains an editorial by MCRN director Christopher Jones, who is the Editor-in-Chief of DSCS.  See



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