16 Sep 2013
Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology has received a first Impact Factor of 2.679, according to the 2013 Release of Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters 2012 Citation Data).
The journal, published by Wiley on behalf of SCI, features peer-reviewed original research and critical reviews, with particular emphasis on interdisciplinary studies at the agriculture/food interface. Its broad coverage and multi-disciplinary approach ranges from carbon capture, storage and transportation, utilisation to regulation, economics and policy planning.
Two virtual issues are available:
- From the use of cheap abundant chemicals or waste materials as substrates, to efficient molecular level approaches, or even mimicking nature with a biological approach, this virtual issue highlights a wide range of capture articles published in this area. More
- The storage of carbon dioxide raises many questions around capacity, injectivity, storage integrity, monitoring, and environmental impacts. This virtual issue brings together a number of articles that aim to answer some of these questions. More
In addition, some top papers chosen by the editor are freely available below:
Corrosion coupon evaluation under pilot-scale CO2 capture conditions at an Australian coal-fired power station
Ashleigh Cousins, Alexander Ilyushechkin, Pauline Pearson, Aaron Cottrell, Sanger Huang and Paul H.M. Feron
Oxyfuel CFBC: status and anticipated development
Economic evaluation of offshore storage potential in the US Exclusive Economic Zone
Jordan K Eccles and Lincoln Pratson
Characterizing CO2 storage reservoirs and shallow overburden for above-zone monitoring in Texas Gulf Coast EOR fields
Khandaker M. Zahid, Seyyed A. Hosseini, Vanessa Nuñez-López and Susan D. Hovorka
Recent advances in carbon dioxide capture with metal-organic frameworks
Yangyang Liu, Zhiyong U. Wang and Hong-Cai Zhou