Environmental Modelling & Software Position Papers now freely accessible
The aim of Environmental Modelling and Software is to improve our capacity to represent, understand, predict or manage the behavior of environmental systems at all practical scales, and to communicate those improvements to a wide scientific and professional audience.
Of special interest are generic methods in modelling and/or software that are applicable across several environmental domains (e.g. optimisation, sensitivity and uncertainty analysis, parameter estimation, stakeholder engagement), as well as modelling and/or software approaches and technology that integrate disciplinary contributions for assessing environmental issues and providing decision support for making tradeoffs.
The journal has published several Position Papers on key topics within its aims and scope.
Position Papers aim to synthesize some key aspect of the knowledge platform for environmental modelling and software issues. The review process is twofold following a diverse collaborative effort – a normal external review process and an extensive review by EMS Board members.
These papers are now available and freely accessible on the journal homepage in a dedicated section.