Earth and Environmental 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.
At F1000Research, we feel strongly about representing a broad range of topics within Earth & Environmental Sciences including but not limited to:
Climate and atmospheric science
Geophysics and Geology
Agriculture and Food
F1000Research is the ideal publishing platform for all your Earth & Environmental Sciences research outputs – from traditional Research Articles to more unique formats, such as Software Tool Articles, Policy Briefs, Data Notes, and Method Articles.
Combining this unique publication model with our progressive Open Data Policy makes F1000Research the perfect home for Earth & Environmental Sciences research with the potential to make real-world impact. Get in touch or take a look at our comprehensive website which has a detailed 'How to Publish' and 'About' section. If you still have questions or you would like to propose a themed collection please email [email protected].
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 provide personalized portals for regular publications from scholarly societies, funders, institutions and communities. Our Gateways provide thematic content hubs which collect together publications related to a particular organisation 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.
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
Economic valuation from direct use of mangrove forest restoration in Balikpapan Bay, East Kalimantan, Indonesia [version 2; peer review: 2 approved]
Abubakar M. Lahjie, Bagus Nouval, Annisa Abubakar Lahjie, Yosep Ruslim, Rochadi Kristiningrum
Agriculture, Food and Nutrition
A theoretical model for optimal control of banana Moko (Musa AAB Simmonds) [version 2; peer review: 2 approved]
Marly Grajales Amorocho, Anibal Muñoz Loaiza
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
A web resource for nutrient use efficiency-related genes, quantitative trait loci and microRNAs in important cereals and model plants [version 1; peer review: 2 approved]
Anuj Kumar, Ajay Pandeya, Girik Malik, Mansi Sharma, Hima Kumari P., Anil Kumar S., Vijay Gahlaut, M.N.V. Prasad Gajula, Krishna Pal Singh, Prashanth Suravajhala, Harindra Singh Balyan, Pushpendra K. Gupta
Why publish your Earth & Environmental Science research on F1000Research?
Accelerate the impact of your research
With rapid, open publication as standard on F1000Research, you could see your article published in as few as 14 days, meaning your research can make an impact sooner. All articles are published openly, so anyone can read, cite and use your work – including policymakers, practitioners, NGOs and fellow researchers.
Research from all fields welcome to support the 3rd Global Goal
F1000Research welcomes articles from all fields of study relating to wellness and human health, whether your research focuses on the current coronavirus pandemic, mental health, pharmacology – or something else! Articles are published on the platform without editorial bias, so authors (not editors) have control overly the publication of their scholarly outputs.
Reduce research waste
At F1000Research, we believe you should be able to tell the full story of your research and get credit for all your outputs, no matter what format they take. Alongside traditional Research Articles, we also welcome Data Notes, Software Tool Articles, Method Articles, Study Protocols, and more. We welcome confirmatory and negative results, as well as null studies: all research is suitable irrespective of perceived novelty or interest, meaning no research gets wasted.
Increase the visibility of your research
Once your article has passed peer review, inclusion in Scopus, PubMed, Google Scholar and other major indexers will help it reach more readers. On F1000Research, your article is supported by machine-readable metadata to boost discoverability. And if the scope of your article is right, you could also benefit from featuring your research in one of our dedicated Gateways, such as the Climate Action Gateway or the GODAN Gateway.
F1000Research is a fully open access publishing platform, offering rapid publication of articles and other research outputs without editorial bias. All articles benefit from transparent post-publication peer review, and editorial guidance on making source data openly available.
F1000Research advocates for transparency and reproducibility in research, and our unique publishing model supports this at every stage. Articles can be published in as few as 14 days, with post-publication peer review creating an open dialogue between authors and their research community.
Research outputs come in many forms. So do our article types.
At F1000Research, we really hate research waste. That’s why we welcome traditional Research Articles describing confirmatory or negative results, and why we publish null studies. It’s also why we offer a range of less traditional publishing formats, so that all forms of research output can get the credit they deserve.
These articles describe novel software tools created to support or conduct research in any field, including physical sciences. The articles explain:
- Why the software was developed
- Details of the code, method, and analysis used
- Tips on how to maximize the tool’s potential
Software Tool Articles offer research software engineers a great way to get credit for their work, and increase the visibility of their novel software tools so that other researchers can use them too.
Effective data sharing extends way beyond simply depositing your scientific dataset in a repository. Data Notes make your dataset more discoverable, useable and reproducible by providing a detailed description of the data itself – without any analyses or conclusions. This format gives much-needed credit to data producers who often go unrecognized, and could even support new research collaborations across different fields of study.
Method Articles describe new and well tested experimental, observational, theoretical or computational methods or procedures, either quantitative or qualitative. This includes new study methods, substantive modifications to existing methods or innovative applications of existing methods to new models or scientific questions. We welcome technical articles that describe tools that facilitate the design or performance of experiments, provide data analysis features or assist medical treatment.