December 1996


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Tue, 31 Dec 1996 14:00:13 -0500
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Call for Manuscripts
Special Issue of the journal Geomorphology
Cosmogenic Isotopes in Geomorphology

A special issue of the journal Geomorphology is being developed to
highlight the applications of cosmogenic isotopes to geomorphology.  The
aim of the issue is to provide a collection of papers that illustrates the
diverse uses of cosmogenic isotope approaches in geomorphology, and the
ways in which the technique is allowing us to answer both traditional and
new questions.  Papers dealing with theory, applications, method
development and methodoligical issues are welcome.

Although the issue is an outgrowth of two conference sessions to be held
at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers in April,
1997, manuscript submission is not limited to those participating in the
sessions. As with regular issues of the journal, manuscripts may be
submitted by anyone who wishes to do so.  However, manuscripts for this
issue should be sent to the special issue editor (J. Harbor) rather than
the regular editors for the Journal.

The manuscript submission deadline is April 15th, 1997.  Manuscripts will
be evaluated using the standard anonymous peer-review system, and the
usual high standards of scholarship will be used in deciding on whether
manuscripts will be accepted for publication.  The submission deadline
will be strictly enforced to allow rapid publication of the issue.  Our
timeline involves reviews completed by the end of May, and revisions
completed by mid September.  Guidelines for manuscript preparation can be
found in recent issues of the journal.

Please submit manuscripts or requests for further information to:

Jon Harbor
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Purdue University
West Lafayette IN 47907-1397

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David Elmore, Purdue University, 1396 Physics Bldg, W. Lafayette, IN 47907-1396
Purdue Rare Isotope Measurement Laboratory (PRIME Lab) Email: [log in to unmask]
317-494-6516 Home: 583-3309 Fax: 494-0706