A new journal—Advances in Statistical Climatology, Meteorology and Oceanography (ASCMO)— serves at the interface of statistics and the atmospheric and oceanic sciences. The journal will allow statisticians and mathematicians the opportunity to reach more scientists while publishing cutting-edge statistical methodology. It will also allow researchers in climatology, meteorology, and oceanography an outlet to publish more details of their statistical and computational mathematical developments which will lead to improved models and methods for this important area.
Advances in Statistical Climatology, Meteorology and Oceanography publishes cutting-edge scientific advances and statistical methods. We seek articles that are accessible to interdisciplinary researchers including scientists from the fields of statistics, applied mathematics, atmospheric science, climate research, oceanography, and related fields.
Published by Copernicus Publications, ASCMO is an open access journal. There are currently no article processing charges. Submissions are being accepted currently - see the website (ascmo.net) for submission information. The executive editors of the journal are Michael Wehner from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), and Jennifer Hoeting from Colorado State University.