Tellus moves to open access

A few months ago Monbiot attacked the academic publishing model, which I largely agreed with.

Maybe things are starting to change.

A couple of days ago I got an email from Tellus (a journal focusing on meteorology, climatology, oceanography and atmospheric chemistry) saying that it’s switching from Wiley-Blackwell to an open access publisher (Co-Action Publishing). I’ve published a couple of papers in Tellus before and I’ll certainly consider it for future papers in light of this development.

So, from January 1st you can see Tellus A here and Tellus B here. You can get content alerts here and here.

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