International Agrophysics journal is focused on the soil-plant-atmosphere system. The journal publishes original research and review papers on any subject regarding soil, plant and atmosphere and the interface in between. Manuscripts on postharvest processing and quality of crops are also welcomed.
Particularly the journal is focused on the following areas:
implications of agricultural land use, soil management and climate change on production of biomass and renewable energy, soil structure, cycling of carbon, water, heat and nutrients, biota, greenhouse gases and environment,
soil-plant-atmosphere continuum and ways of its regulation to increase efficiency of water, energy and chemicals in agriculture,
postharvest management and processing of agricultural and horticultural products in relation to food quality and safety,
mathematical modeling of physical processes affecting environment quality, plant production and postharvest processing,
advances in sensors and communication devices to measure and collect information about physical conditions in agricultural and natural environments.
Papers accepted in the International Agrophysics should reveal substantial novelty and include thoughtful physical, biological and chemical interpretation and accurate description of the methods used.
All manuscripts are initially checked on topic suitability and linguistic quality.
International Agrophysics journal is focused on the soil-plant-atmosphere system.
Why subscribe and read
keep up with the latest research in agrophysics in the world,
over twenty five years of experience in publishing original articles dealing with various aspects of the physics in agriculture and environment,
expert authors from all over the world,
high quality publishing, available in both forms, electronic and printed.
constructive and fair peer review by international experts in the field,
high quality editing,
articles abstracted by online indexing services and databases.
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Editor-in-Chief Józef Horabik, Institute of Agrophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Doświadczalna 4, 20-290 Lublin, Poland
Deputy Editor-in-Chief Jan Gliński - Professor Emeritus
Managing Editor Magdalena Nosalewicz, Institute of Agrophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Doświadczalna 4, 20-290 Lublin, Poland
Associate Editors Bogusław Usowicz (Environmental Physics) Marek Molenda (Physics of Plant Materials) Mateusz Stasiak (Physics of Plant Materials) Zofia Sokołowska (Soil Physicochemistry) Cezary Sławiński (Soil Hydrology) Shao-Yiu Hsu (Soil Hydrology) Jerzy Lipiec (Soil-Plant Relationships) Artur Nosalewicz (Soil-Plant Relationships) Janusz Olejnik (GHG Balance) Artur Zdunek (Plant Biomechanics) Agnieszka Nawrocka (Food Biophysics) Małgorzata Brzezińska (Soil Biology) Jarosław Zawadzki (Statistics, Geostatistics) Istvan Farkas (Drying Technology) Jolanta Cieśla (Colloid physicochemistry)
Editorial Board Tatiana Alekseeva, Russia Francisco Ayuga, Spain Eugene Balashov, Russia Jiri Blahovec, Czech Republic Pascal Boivin, Switzerland Liang-Cheng Chang, Taiwan Gamal M. ElMasry, Egypt Daniel Gimenez, USA Wiesław Gruszecki, Poland Claudia Hernandez Aguilar, Mexico Werner Herppich, Germany Rainer Horn, Germany Chunsheng Hu, China Charles Igwe, Nigeria Mary Beth Kirkham, USA Yakov Kuzyakov, Germany Elvira Martinez, Spain Viliam Novák, Slovakia Yakov A. Pachepsky, USA V. Raghavan, Canada Tusheng Ren, China Claire Richard, France Ahmad Tabatabaeefar, Iran Sidney A. Thompson, USA Samir Trabelsi, USA Rien van Genuchten, Brazil Xu Xingkai, China Sun Yurui, China Min Zhang, China
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