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The Anthropocene Review


eISSN: 2053020X | ISSN: 20530196 | Current volume: 11 | Current issue: 1 Frequency: 3 Times/Year
The Anthropocene Review, a trans-disciplinary journal issued 3 times per year, brings together peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of research pertaining to the Anthropocene, from earth and environmental sciences, social sciences, material sciences, and humanities. High impact research articles, authoritative and stimulating reviews, and brief ‘perspective’ articles are especially welcome. Its overall aim is to communicate clearly and across a wide range of disciplines and interests, the causes, history, nature and implications of a world in which human activities are integral to the functioning of the Earth System.

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The Anthropocene Review, a trans-disciplinary journal issued 3 times per year, brings together peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of research pertaining to the Anthropocene, from earth and environmental sciences, social sciences, material sciences, and humanities. High impact research articles, authoritative and stimulating reviews, and brief ‘perspective’ articles are especially welcome. Its overall aim is to communicate clearly and across a wide range of disciplines and interests, the causes, history, nature and implications of a world in which human activities are integral to the functioning of the Earth System.
Editor
Robert Costanza University College London, UK
North American Editor
Anthony D. Barnosky Stanford University, USA
Associate Editors
Frans Berkhout Kings College London, UK
John Dearing University of Southampton, UK
Georgina Endfield University of Liverpool, UK
Marina Fischer-Kowalski University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
Ida Kubiszewski The Australian National University, Australia
Daniel Schillereff King's College London, UK
Jan A. Zalasiewicz University of Leicester, UK
Founding Editor
Frank Oldfield University of Liverpool, UK
Editorial Advisory Board
Frank Biermann Institute for Environmental Studies, Netherlands
John Birks University of Bergen, Norway
Olman Segura Bonilla Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica
Carole Crumley Uppsala University, Sweden
Dalva Maria da Silva Matos Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar), Brazil
Brynhildur Davidsdottir University of Iceland, Iceland
Keith Dobney University of Liverpool, UK
Angela Doku Université de Genève, Switzerland
Erle C. Ellis University of Maryland Baltimore, USA
Mike A. Ellis British Geological Survey, UK
Lorenzo Fioramonti University of Pretoria, South Africa
Carl Folke The Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, Sweden
Dorian Fuller UCL, UK
Mesfin Tilahun Gelaye Mekelle University, Ethiopia
Andrew S Goudie University of Oxford, UK
Irene Gregory-Eaves McGill University, Canada
Bertrand G. Guillaume University of Technology of Troyes, France
Zhengtang Guo Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Helmut Haberl University of Klagenfurt, Austria
Simon Haberle Australian National University, Australia
David M. Hughes Rutgers University, USA
Christian Isendahl University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Thorsten Kiefer PAGES - Past Global Changes, Switzerland
Sarah Krakoff University of Colorado, USA
Anupama Krishnamurthy French Institute of Pondicherry, India
Pushpam Kumar UN Environment, Kenya
Cuauhtémoc León Centro de Especialistas en Gestión Ambiental (CEGAM), Mexico
B. Larry Li University of California at Riverside, USA
Eva Lövbrand Linköping University, Sweden
N. Macdonald University of Liverpool, UK
Anson Mackay UCL, UK
Michel Masozera WWF International, Rwanda
Raphael Mathevet Centre d’Ecologie Fonctionnelle & Evolutive, France
John A Matthews Swansea University, UK
Anthony McMichael The Australian National University, Australia
Karen O'Brien University of Oslo, Norway
Kate Pickett University of York, UK
Innocent Pikirayi University of Pretoria, South Africa
Kristin Vala Ragnarsdóttir University of Iceland, Iceland
Katherine Richardson University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Daniel Richter Duke University, USA
Paul Robbins University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
Neil Rose UCL, UK
Bill Ruddiman University of Virginia, USA
John Smol Queen's University, Canada
Sverker Sörlin Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Paul Sutton University of Denver, USA
Peter Victor York University, Canada
Davor Vidas Fridtjof Nansen Institute, Norway
Colin Waters University of Leicester, UK
Helga Weisz Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany
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