A new electronic magazine aiming at publishing meteorological papers has appeared on the World Wide Web under the name of InterMet (International Meteorology Magazine).
The editor of InterMet, Bernard Miville, describes that the main purpose of InterMet is to publish case studies and other meteorological related technical reports written by operational meteorologists. According to him, thousands of technical reports are written every year by operational meteorologists all over the world but just remain internal publications. InterMet will publish for free technical reports written by operational meteorologists in order to make them available to the meteorological communities all around the world.
InterMet is also interested in publishing work done by meteorology students. From special projects to graduate thesis, InterMet will publish them and make them available to the world.
All articles received will be published for FREE and most of the review will be done at the source. For a report to be accepted for publication, it needs to be approved by the supervisor of the author. InterMet is also interested in doing interviews with operational meteorologists in order to find out more how different weather offices operate.
InterMet will also make available specialized list of links on the WWW. So far there are lists for:
InterMet will be published 4 times a year with the inaugural issue coming on summer 1997. For more information on how to submit articles please have a look at the InterMet home page at: http://www.magma.ca/~intermet/. Questions should be directed to the editor at email@example.com.
|Editor:||Bernard Miville, M.Sc.