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The delegation of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) visited IGG TEXT SIZE:A A A

Invited by State Key Laboratory of Geodesy and Earth’s Dynamics (SKLGED), the delegation of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) visited Institute of Geodesy and Geophysics(IGG) on Oct 20. The delegation was headed by Christine McEntee, CEO of AGU, Brooks Hanson, Vice Chairman, AGU Publishing Department, Michael Liemohn, Editor of Space Physics, Journal of Geophysical Research, and Andrew Yau, Editor of Geophysical Research Letters, Zhang Minghua, Editor of Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, Xing Mingmin, senior market executive, Wiley Publishing China and other components. Wang Yong, Deputy Director General of the IGG, Ni Sidao, director of the SKLGED, professor Wang Hansheng and Zhong Min, as well as the relevant scientific research personnel and the majority of graduate students from the IGG and China Earthquake Administration (CEA) participated in the discussion.

During the discussion with authors and reviewers of AGU, the delegation discussed and shared with the audiences on the possible problems in the writing, delivery and review process of the papers and related experiences. Brooks Hanson gave a presentation in title”How to Submit and Publish Your Research”, highlighting the innovativeness of the essay as an important criterion accepted by influential journals and sharing the experience and skills of English essay writing.

At the Q & A session of the seminar, Michael Liemohn, Andrew Yau and Zhang Minghua also paid attention to the submissions for the AGU thesis, the cover letter preparation, the writing of abstracts and conclusions, the details of the communication with the editor and reviewers of the essay. The audiences had a deep discussion with them at the end of the report.

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) was founded by the National Science Council in 1919. AGU is a nonprofit geophysical organization with over 60,000 members from 139 countries around the world. The Institute is committed to promoting the development of Earth science through scientific meetings, publishing and exchange of information. AGU owns a number of internationally influential magazines such as Review of Geophysics, WRR, GRL and JGR, covering a wide range of fields including atmospheric sciences, oceanography, space science, earth sciences and planetary research.

Brooks Hanson was giving the paper writing report.

Editor zhang Minghua was discussing with audiences.

Editor Michael Liemohn was discussing with audiences.

Editor Andrew Yau was discussing with audiences.

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