Submission Open: 1 August 2022
Submission Deadline: 31 December 2023
Special Collection Organizers:
Yong Wei, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IGGCAS)
Zhonghua Yao, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IGGCAS)
Denis Grodent, STAR institute, University of Liege
Peter Delamere, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Sarah Badman, Lancaster University
Yufeng Lin, Southern University of Science and Technology
This special collection is aimed at reporting recent progresses in understanding the Jovian system, including the planet and its moons. The exploration of Jupiter and the Galilean moons are key focus of the scientific community. The NASA Juno mission is making new discoveries in Jupiter’s magnetosphere, particularly near its poles. NASA’s Europa Clipper and ESA’s JUICE are to be launched in the near future. China is planning to launch its mission to explore Jupiter over the next decade. The Chinese scientific community is currently vigorously engaged in exploring the next frontier of Jovian system science and identifying the specific goals for the Chinese Jupiter mission through a series of workshops. This thematic collection will include papers presented at the Chinese Planetary Workshops for Jupiter Sciences. Contributions from the global community of Jovian system scientists are also welcome, including reviews, research articles, perspectives, and commentaries.
The Chinese Geophysical Society (CGS) and the American Geophysical Union (AGU) have partnered to launch this joint special collection in Earth and Planetary Physics (EPP), JGR: Planets and Earth and Space Science. To submit your manuscript to EPP, please use website: https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/epphy. To submit your manuscript to AGU journals, please use the submission websites: JGR: Planets or Earth and Space Science.
EPP is an open access journal. EPP is now indexed in ESCI (Emerging Sources Citation Index), Scopus, EI and CSCD (Chinese Science Citation Database). All submitted manuscripts are subject to peer-review before being considered for publication. EPP uses Scholarone’s online submission system. For this special issue, EPP will not charge any publication fees.