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DailyMeteo newsletter July 2014

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DailyMeteo.org/2014 Conference - Thank you!

This is just to thank you all keynote speakers and lecturers (training sessions) for making this conference+workshops such a success, and for helping us put Serbia/Belgrade on the map of Europe - and on the map of the world of science! Photos from the DailyMeteo.org/2014 are available from here. If you have any reflections or suggestions, please feel free to post them via the DailyMeteo G+ community.

DailyMeteo.org/2014 photo from the conference

Submission of extended abstracts and full papers:

Spatial Statistics (SPASTA)
Special issue title: Spatial and spatio-temporal models for interpolating climatic and meteorological data
Guest editor(s): Dr. Tomislav Hengl, Dr. Edzer Pebesma, Dr. Robert J Hijmans

As indicated during the conference, a number of selected extended abstracts (15+) will be invited for submission for the special issue on "Spatial and spatio-temporal models for interpolating climatic and meteorological data".

  • Submissions open: 1st of July 2014

  • Submissions close: 15th of October 2014

  • Acceptance deadline (closing of the special issue): 1st of March 2015

How will be the conference papers/talks selected for the special issue? The scientific committee (consisting of the keynotes and conference organizers) is now ranking papers presented at the conference and individually inviting authors/groups to submit full lenght papers to be included in the special issue of the Spatial Statistics journal. These authors/groups will be warmly encouraged to submit their work for the special issue, nevertheless all the invited authors will have to go through the peer review process just as any other paper submitted to the Spatial Statistics Journal.

Spatial Statistics journal (july 2014)

If you plan to submit a paper for this special issue, please send us an e-mail with a working title / 300 words abstract, and why you think this paper should be included in the special issue.

Submission guidelines:

  1. Download the Elsevier article template (e.g. LaTeX template);
  2. Study the themes of interest;
  3. This special issue is about methods for interpolating climatic and meteo data, but also about using Open Source software to achieve this. Consider using a combination of R and/or Python and LaTeX code to produce papers that include both formulas and code snippets.
  4. Once you have managed to compile a PDF of your article for peer-review, visit the SPASTA editorial system at http://ees.elsevier.com/spasta/default.asp
  5. Register a new author account (if required) and then login and upload your article.
  6. During the article submission, you need to select the right article type SI:Dailymeteo.org/2014 when you reach the “article type” step in the submission process, so that their papers will be routed together for the special issue into the right channel, not get mixed with other SI papers, or regular papers in the system.

Good luck and all the best!


  1. Milan Kilibarda (conference secretary, Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade)

 

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