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Development of Chinese Meteorological Society Journals Lan YI Journals Publication Department Chinese Meteorological Society Development of Chinese Meteorological Society Journals Lan YI Journals Publication Department Chinese Meteorological Society IFMS GM 2, 3 -4 Nov, Xiamen, China

History • The Chinese Meteorological Society was officially established on 10 Oct 1924 in History • The Chinese Meteorological Society was officially established on 10 Oct 1924 in Qingdao, China. • In July 1925, the Journal of Chinese Meteorological Society (JCMS) began its publication. • In June 1935, the 11 th Council of CMS decided to change the journal title into Meteorological Magazine and made it a monthly periodical. • In April 1941, the editorial committee meeting resolved that Meteorological Magazine be changed into Acta Meteorologica Sinica (AMS) and each article be published with an English abstract, starting from Vol. 15. • Frequent Interruptions by the war before 1949. • In June 1966, the publication of AMS was ceased. It was resumed in June 1979. (Cultural Revolution: 1966 -1976) • In 1981, Meteorological Knowledge was launched by CMS. • In 1987, Acta Meteorologica Sinica English Edition (ACTA) was initiated. • After the CR, there appeared a booming of meteorological journals with a total number of 45 at various academic levels all across China.

The CMS journals • ACTA Chinese ----- 1925 - long history, hall of fame, The CMS journals • ACTA Chinese ----- 1925 - long history, hall of fame, an academically authoritative and prestigious journal - has reported innovative research findings (milestones) in R&D of atmos. Sci. Tech. in China - numerous awards and titles - high impact, with IF 1 st/2 nd in CJCR over the past decades

 • ACTA English ----- 1987 - aiming to promote international exchange - SCIE • ACTA English ----- 1987 - aiming to promote international exchange - SCIE indexed since Jan 2007 - online by Springer from Jan 2011 - previously a translation of ACTA Chinese now accept direct English submissions domestic and overseas - facing strong worldwide competition IF JCR 2009: 0. 874, 35 th of 114 Chinese SCI journals. IF JCR 2010: 0. 704 - one of four English met journals in China

 • Meteorological Knowledge ----- 1981 - aiming to promote awareness and knowledge of • Meteorological Knowledge ----- 1981 - aiming to promote awareness and knowledge of the general public on meteorology

The CMS local chapter journals • about 14+ The CMS local chapter journals • about 14+

Journals affiliated with research institutes, operational centers 20+ Journals affiliated with research institutes, operational centers 20+

Working Committee for Meteorological Journals • Under the Council of the CMS, with its Working Committee for Meteorological Journals • Under the Council of the CMS, with its office in the Journals Department of CMS Secretariat • newly established, albeit proposed and expected for a long time • 38 journals, 74 committee members • a bridge between CMS journals and those beyond the CMS • ambitious plans to enhance quality of met journals of China through mutual exchange and international exchange

WCMJ is here! WCMJ is here!

The 2 nd Met Journal Development Forum Journal Exhibition Seminar by Thomson Reuters Activities The 2 nd Met Journal Development Forum Journal Exhibition Seminar by Thomson Reuters Activities organized by WCMJ

Problems with Met journals in China • Journals in atmospheric sciences/meteorology – total number: Problems with Met journals in China • Journals in atmospheric sciences/meteorology – total number: 45 – with different quality and development levels – significantly lag behind the first-class met journals such as those of the AMS, in terms of both publication quality and operation efficiency – dramatically enhanced funding to R&D programs in China goes on without essential investment and reform in the system of journal publication – problems in mindset, HR management and application of advanced technology

Operational structure • Editorial Committee (EC) + Editorial Office (EO) • EC: Chairman, Vice Operational structure • Editorial Committee (EC) + Editorial Office (EO) • EC: Chairman, Vice Chairmen, Standing Members, Members (domestic, overseas) volunteer (with academic reputation) • EO: Vice Chairman, technical editors, copy editors, 1 -5 each journal professional in house, full time, salary and employee benefits from society or institutes quality of journals supervised by the General Administration of Press and Publication (GAPP) of China, and also by China Association for Science and Technology (CAST).

Comparison: ACTA vs. ACP Comparison: ACTA vs. ACP

Chairman Vice Chairmen Editors Editorial Committee ACTA (CMS and others in China) academician or Chairman Vice Chairmen Editors Editorial Committee ACTA (CMS and others in China) academician or well. Chief-editor established scientist 1, volunteer 3 volunteers, 1 professional Co-chiefeditors academician or wellestablished scientist, senior in-house editor (Executive ) 3 -6,full time Editors B. Sc Ph. D Technical and copy editing 85 experts, 16 consultants Co-editors volunteer (Associate Standing Member: critical reviewer Editors) ACP (AMS, EGU, AGU, RMS) 1,volunteer well-established scientist Advisory Board, 2,volunteer 6 well-established scientists 1) Manuscripts online system Technical and journal website(Qinyun) support 2) Publisher(Tutengbowen) Copernicus Publications (manuscript handling, website, interactive forum, Copy Editing, etc. ) Member: advisory, reviewer Technical support 5,part-time or volunteer,Ph. D senior scientists, (PR Editor, strategy, coordination) ACP: 98 Other journals: normally 10 -20 Experts, volunteer, reviewer

Differences: 1. In-house Editor vs. Executive Editor: no research experience; professional researcher with Ph. Differences: 1. In-house Editor vs. Executive Editor: no research experience; professional researcher with Ph. D 2. Editoiral Board vs. Co-Editors (Academic Editors): Professional editor model~ Academic editor model 3. Technical support: Copernicus provides comprehensive services even including copy editing e. g. Editors Forum, Public Discussion Forum, Alerts and RSS feeds, automatic manuscript dispatch, auto checkup of figures, etc.

ACP manuscript dispatch (Courtesy: http: //www. atmosphericchemistryandphysics. net) ACP manuscript dispatch (Courtesy: http: //www. atmosphericchemistryandphysics. net)

Differences: 1. In-house Editor vs. Executive Editor: no research experience; professional researcher with Ph. Differences: 1. In-house Editor vs. Executive Editor: no research experience; professional researcher with Ph. D 2. Editoiral Board vs. Co-Editors (Academic Editors): Professional editor model~ Academic editor model 3. Technical support: Copernicus provides comprehensive services even including copy editing e. g. Editors Forum, Public Discussion Forum, Alerts and RSS feeds, automatic manuscript dispatch, auto checkup of figures, etc.

Common models used by academic journals n Professional Editors Model (PEM): In. House Editors Common models used by academic journals n Professional Editors Model (PEM): In. House Editors handle all peer-review-related matters and make final decisions on all manuscripts. n Academic Editors Model (AEM): Manuscripts assigned to Academic Editors who handle the peer-review process and make the final decisions.

PEM versus AEM (1) ü Professional Editors Model: Nature & sisters, Science, Cell & PEM versus AEM (1) ü Professional Editors Model: Nature & sisters, Science, Cell & sisters. ü Require and enable extensive editorial input. Ø Easier to maintain a consistent standard and to implement journal policies. ü When doing things right, can offer superior author service. ü Need highly competent professional editors.

PEM versus AEM (2) ü Academic Editors Model: most society journals and commercial journals. PEM versus AEM (2) ü Academic Editors Model: most society journals and commercial journals. ü Low cost, low maintenance, editorial staffs do not need to be experts. The editor is more familiar with the area of the study. û Difficult to maintain a unified standard across subdisciplines as they are handled by different Academic Editors. û Academic Editors have their own priorities û Issues on “impartial” nature of the evaluation and decisionmaking process: the judges are themselves in the game! ü Academic Editors (Editorial Board) plays an essential role in attracting and ensuring quality submissions

Our current model: ü Professional Editors in conjunction with not so intensive input from Our current model: ü Professional Editors in conjunction with not so intensive input from Editorial Board: a “hybrid” model Active input from Editorial Board is invaluable in attracting/organizing quality submissions!

The hybrid model • PEM and AEM both have its own pros and cons. The hybrid model • PEM and AEM both have its own pros and cons. Every coin has two sides • In the current academic situation of China, the hybrid model is fair and may be the most appropriate. • What else count? - people - mindset (investment with long-term benefits)

Solutions • advanced technology and strong IT support! • capable and talented human resources! Solutions • advanced technology and strong IT support! • capable and talented human resources! • new mindset in operating the journals!

Future • internationalization/globalization - active input from overseas editors - more exchange and exposure Future • internationalization/globalization - active input from overseas editors - more exchange and exposure to international community of met journals • large-scale ensemble development • reform of operational and management systems

Thanks for your attention! Thanks for your attention!




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