Journal subject areas

The journal subject areas are defined by the following index terms below. These terms represent the keywords to be chosen for assignment of submitted manuscripts to individual topical editors.

Atmospheric sciences Añel, Arabas, Bekki, Butler, Colette, G. A. Folberth, Grewe, Gromov, Järvi, Jöckel, Kerkweg, Knote, Lauer, Long, Mann, Maussion, McCluskey, Morgenstern, Neale, O'Connor, Phipps, Pisso, Pye, Rémy, Sander, Stenke, Topping, Tost, Ullrich, Unterstrasser, van Heerwaarden, Williams
Biogeosciences Arndt, C. Folberth, G. A. Folberth, Halloran, Hargreaves, Järvi, Kato, Lawrence, Lo, Müller, Munhoven, Peylin, Sato, Sierra, Williams, Yool
Climate and Earth system modelling Añel, Annan, Arabas, Calvin, Colette, G. A. Folberth, Gromov, Halloran, Hargreaves, Kala, Kurtz, Lawrence, Levy, Lo, Marsh, Marti, Maussion, McCluskey, Neale, O'Connor, Phipps, Rémy, Roche, Sierra, Ullrich, Valcke, Wang
Cryosphere Goelzer, Huybrechts, Maussion, Phipps, Robel, Roche
Earth and space science informatics Añel, Gross, Ham, Huang, Levy, Mills, Topping, Valcke
Hydrology Jackson, Järvi, Kala, Kurtz, Mills, Neal
Integrated assessment modeling1 Calvin, Huppmann, Luderer
Numerical methods Annan, Arabas, Gromov, Gross, Ham, Huang, Levy, Maddison, Marras, Mills, Pisso, Sandu, Ullrich, Unterstrasser, van Heerwaarden
Oceanography Annan, Halloran, Ham, Hargreaves, Levy, Maddison, Marsh, Phipps, Roche, Valcke, Wang, Yool
Solar–terrestrial science Koller
Solid Earth Gross, Poulet

1This subject area encompasses modeling of the integrated energy-economy-land-water-climate system and key subsystems, multi-sector dynamics modeling, as well as dynamics of integrated socio-environmental systems. To be within the scope of GMD, papers must focus on the development of models, as opposed to applications towards scientific or policy conclusions.