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报告时间:2021年6月22日(周二)

报告地点:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lMm-XcAHT6qB0Ru1Vrqi1g

主 讲 人:Michael White,Nature杂志高级编辑

报告时间 2021年6月22日(周二) 报告地点 https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lMm-XcAHT6qB0Ru1Vrqi1g
主 讲 人 Michael White,Nature杂志高级编辑

报告题目:Demystifying Nature

报告人:Michael White,Nature杂志高级编辑

时间:2021年6月22日(周二)上午9:00—11:00


讲座简介:

The inner workings of high profile journals can be mysterious. How do they decide what to publish, or even to send out to review? How is the process managed? What are the odds of getting published? Do they publish papers only in the interests of being controversial and getting press coverage? And who makes the decisions? Michael White -- Nature’s editor for climate -- discusses the overall journal processes and specific themes behind the climate science research published in Nature over the past 13 years.

 

主讲人简介:

Michael White,《Nature》气候科学编辑,负责大气、海洋、冰冻圈和水文学相关投稿;同时在地球系统科学跨学科投稿方面拥有丰富的经验,与《Nature》的生物地球科学、经济学和生态学编辑有密切的合作。在其2008年加入《Nature》之前,Michael博士是犹他州立大学的一名科研人员,主要从事基于计算模型和卫星遥感技术的地表物候学和陆地生物地球化学的科学研究。

 

Michael White is Nature’s senior editor for climate science. He came to Nature in 2008, after an academic career focused on land surface phenology, the terrestrial carbon cycle, and climate impacts. He handles all of the physical science submissions on atmospheres, oceans, the cryosphere and hydrology – past, present and future, on Earth and other planets. He also works closely with Nature’s editors for biogeoscience and ecology, and thinks of his expertise as being in Earth System Science, broadly defined, rather than in one particular area of climate.

 

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