About the Journal
Dynamics and Statistics of the Climate System provides a unique 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.
Submissions now open
Submissions are now open for Dynamics and Statistics of the Climate System with all article processing charges currently waved. Read our Instructions to Authors for more information on how to submit your paper.
First Editorial Online Now
"The climate system in its entirety is a highly complex system and mysteries abound as to how its internal mechanisms work and interact with each other." - Read Editor-in-Chief Professor Chris Jones introduce Dynamics and Statistics of the Climate System in the journal's first editorial.
Chris Jones awarded Martin Kruskal Lecturer
Meet the Editors
Dynamics and Statistics of the Climate System is stewarded by an energetic and prestigious team of experts across the fields of climate mathematics, statistics, and physics. Learn more about your editors and advisory board.