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|Title:||Some Proud Words From The Incoming Editor-in-chief|
|Abstract:||Firstly, I would like to say that it is a great honour to take over the position of Editor-in-chief of Experimental Agriculture, one of the most important journals devoted to publishing original and high quality papers addressing the many facets of agricultural sciences in subtropical and tropical areas. Tradition! I would say that this single word has an enormous meaning for me. I am proud in serving Experimental Agriculture, a journal published by the Cambridge University Press since 1933. Originally titled The Empire Journal of Experimental Agriculture (1933-1964), the publication's mission was ambitious “every new fruit of discovery and invention in the agricultural field”, publishing critical information for improving agricultural systems. So pertinent was the Journal's remit that it was recognised in an article published in Nature in May 27th, 1933. Currently, Experimental Agriculture has an Impact Factor of 1.079 (ISI Thomson Reuters) and stands as a Q1 journal in ‘Agronomy and Crop Science’ (SCImago Journal and Country Rank). In 2015, we received submissions from the five continents, with the majority coming from Asia and Africa. Thank you for considering Experimental Agriculture as a potential journal to publish your paper!|
|Editor:||CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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