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Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: Associate Editor positions E-mail
Written by glenn   
20 February 2013

This announcement comes via the CAGlist Academic geographer's discussion list

ESPL is starting the search process for two Associate Editors to replace Professors Jo Bullard and Oliver Korup, whose terms of service ends on the 31st December 2013. Our Associate Editors serve for a 5 year term and provide assistance to the Managing Editor by:

• Securing reviews and making recommendations for between 20 and 30 manuscripts submitted to the journal per year, including providing clear steers to authors as to the revisions that their manuscripts might require, in a timely manner. ESPL has an explicit policy of getting decisions to authors in as timely a manner as possible.

• Reviewing proposals for Special Issues of the journal.

• Providing independent advice to the Managing Editor in a situation where an author or authors appeal a decision taken by ESPL or where irregularities arise with a submitted manuscript.

• Raising the profile of ESPL amongst potential authors and readers.

• Attending Editorial Board and Editorial Advisory Board meetings where possible, with remote access if needed.

• Keeping the Managing Editor and Assistant Editor informed of times when they might not be available due to, for example, fieldwork commitments.

The position comes with an honorarium.

To replace Professors Bullard and Korup, ESPL is searching for two world-leading geomorphological scientists, from any country, with expertise in one or more of the fields of:

• Aeolian processes, landforms and landscapes;
• coastal processes, landforms and landscapes;
• mass movement processes and forms;
• the geological and geochemical records of Earth surface processes in relation to environmental change, including the interpretation and use of such records to reconstruct landforms, landscapes and landscape evolution;
• the application of quantitative retrodictive and predictive models to support such interpretations;
• the impacts of past, current and future environmental change upon Earth surface processes, and the influences of tectonics, seismic and/or volcanic activity in particular;
• fluxes of material, both solid and in solution, and their contribution to landscape development and landform evolution;

For further information or for an informal discussion as to the nature of the role, please contact the Managing Editor, Professor Stuart Lane  Final expressions of interest, which should include a CV and a 2 page covering letter explaining your interest in the position, should be submitted by 28th February 2013 to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .
 

 
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