Physics of Earth and Space Environments

Book Series
There are 15 volumes in this series
Published 2003 - 2017

About this series

The series Physics of Earth and Space Environments (PESE), reports new developments in environmental physics research and teaching – quickly and informally, but with a high quality and the explicit aim to summarize and communicate current knowledge in an accessible way. Books published in this series are conceived as bridging material between graduate textbooks and the forefront of research.

The research fields covered by the series are

  • Atmospheric Sciences
  • Geophysical Remote Sensing
  • Biogeosciences
  • Climate
  • Cryospheric Sciences
  • Earth Magnetism & Geodynamics
  • Nonlinear Processes in Geosciences
  • Ocean Sciences
  • Planetary and Solar System Sciences

Both monographs and edited volumes will be considered and proceedings from advanced graduate schools, seminars or workshops could be pondered.

Lecture note contributions are welcome and should serve the following purposes

  • to be a compact and modern up-to-date source of reference on a well-defined topic
  • to serve as an accessible introduction to the field to postgraduate students and non-specialists researchers from related areas
  • to be a source of advanced teaching material for specialized seminars, courses and schools

Proposal should be sent to a member of the Editorial Board, or directly to the managing editor at Springer:

Lisa Scalone

Springer Nature

Physics Editorial Department

Tiergartenstasse 17

69121 Heidelberg, Germany

lisa.scalone@springernature.com