Earth and environmental sciences research underpins many of the greatest challenges facing our world, from climate change and energy access through to water security and sustainability. Ensuring research outputs and data in this area are open access, rapidly available and reproducible is critical to giving us the best chance to meet these challenges and to ensuring a more equitable and sustainable future for all.
Our scope covers all areas within earth & environmental sciences including but not limited to:
Climate and atmospheric science
Biodiversity and conservation
Agriculture and food
Publishing with F1000Research enables researchers to play a central role in shaping our planet and its future. All articles published are open access and fully adhere to the FAIR Data Principles, promoting discoverability and the broadest reuse of research data.
Find the perfect home for your research
At F1000Research, there are a number of different publishing options to make the most of your earth & environmental sciences research.
Our Gateways are thematic content hubs which collect together publications related to a particular organization or research community. Submitting your article to a Gateway ensures additional visibility for your work and publication alongside other high-quality contributions from your research community.
Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Gateway
This gateway aims to provide researchers, policymakers and practitioners with a space to disseminate work related to all areas of agriculture, food and nutrition.
Ecology and Global Change Gateway
By providing fast, open publication alongside access to underlying data, the Gateway looks to improve understanding of the ecological impact of global change and enable researchers to develop evidence-based approaches for addressing critical problems at local, regional, and global scales.
The Climate Gateway brings together all content published on F1000Research related to climate change, its causes, impacts and potential solutions; making the information rapidly and openly accessible for others to consult and use.
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Starting your publication journey with F1000Research couldn’t be easier.
Thanks to our rapid publication model, your research is quickly available to read, share and cite. Once published, all articles undergo our unique post-publication peer review process that encourages a collaborative and constructive approach to research.
Determination of field capacity in the Chibunga and Guano rivers micro-basins [version 1; peer review: 2 approved]
Mendoza B, Fiallos M, Iturralde S et al.
Building a successful international research community through data sharing: The case of the Wheat Information System (WheatIS) [version 1; peer review: 2 approved, 1 approved with reservations]
Taner Z. Sen, Mario Caccamo, David Edwards, Hadi Quesneville
How to put plant root uptake into a soil water flow model [version 2; peer review: 2 approved, 1 approved with reservations]
Comparison of the oxidative potential of primary (POA) and secondary (SOA) organic aerosols derived from α-pinene and gasoline engine exhaust precursors [version 2; peer review: 2 approved]
Christopher Lovett, Mohamad Baasiri, Khairallah Atwi, Mohammad H. Sowlat, Farimah Shirmohammadi, Alan L. Shihadeh, Constantinos Sioutas
Birds of primary and secondary forest and shrub habitats in the peat swamp of Berbak National Park, Sumatra [version 2; peer review: 2 approved]
Darras K, Rahman D, Sugito W et al.
Physical activity promotion in the age of climate change [version 2; peer review: 2 approved]
Karim Abu-Omar, Peter Gelius, Sven Messing