Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate announces its new Impact Factor - 2.846* (June 2016)
- Published on 21 June 2016
The latest Journal Citation Reports® recently announced by Thomson Reuters have revealed that Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate’s Impact Factor has risen to 2.846*.
This confirms Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate’s position as an important voice in the discipline as it grows readership by publishing regular research articles, invited topical research and review articles on all aspects of space weather and space climate from a broad range of scientific and technical fields. All papers in Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate are Open-Access.
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*2016 Release of Journal Citation Reports. Source: 2015 Web of Science Data