Journal of Atmospheric Modelling and Climate Change
contributions are invited from well qualified authors. The subject
matter can include climate model description, parts or in full, as
well as climate model results. Summary articles or comments on
submitted papers are also encouraged. Papers should be submitted
to the Editor by email and
should include the following material:
Preparation of Papers
Each submission should include the following sections: Abstract, Introduction, Model, Results, Conclusion, References and Figures. for the text use the Helvetica font, 12 point for paper submissions. Use 1.5 line spacing. The preferred language is British English: please use spellings such as (US spelling in brackets) colour (color), centre (center), modelling (modeling), parameterise (parameterize). Also, please avoid splitting infinitives ("To go boldly", not "to boldly go": remember the language roots!) References should be referred to in the text using the notation Author and Expert  and in the reference list as
Author, A.N. and A.N. Expert, A very interesting paper on a most interesting topic, The Journal , 99 , 9999 - 10125, 2010.
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