Community Science welcomes a range of academic style-papers, opinion pieces, and commentaries. All contributions should be accessible and meaningful to people from a wide range of professional, educational, and cultural backgrounds. All articles should follow leading authorship guidelines, have community leadership or co-leadership, approval of all authors to be listed, and include an abstract, plain-language summary, and references.
Articles submitted to Community Science will be reviewed for scientific integrity, community leadership or co-leadership, ethical community engagement, and community outcome. Submissions will generally be reviewed by both scientists and community leaders before being accepted.
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As a first step, we recommend sending a presubmission inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor in Chief: Kevin Noone
Deputy Editor, Journal: Paula Buchanan
Plain-Language Summary. Plain-language summaries are published alongside a paper’s scientific abstract and are a great way to communicate your work to a broader audience. Here we offer guidelines on how to write a good plain-language summary and showcase some good examples.
For Commentaries click here.
Add your ORCID to GEMS and always have this identifier link you and all of your work. AGU encourages all authors and reviewers to create and add an Open Researcher and Contributor Identifier (ORCID) to their account. It’s easy: just update your profile on an existing account or add ORCID when you create your account. Learn more about ORCID.ORCIDS will now be required for all corresponding authors and strongly encouraged for coauthors.
If you have submitted to or reviewed for any AGU journals, your account should be in this system and your login credentials should be the same. Please use the forgotten password link in needed. Otherwise, you will need to create a new user account. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions.