Aims and Scope

Climate change and its consequences have been major challenges facing human societies, especially over the past few decades. Comprehension of these changes and related phenomena is one of the main missions of climatologists. Management and planning to reduce the adverse consequences of climate change are not possible without recognizing and explaining these changes. So that today, no solution to adapt to climate change, without analyzing and evaluating abnormal climatic behaviors over time and space will achieve the desired goals. Therefore, the aim of this journal is to provide a means of scientific exchange between domestic and international researchers who work from a variety of majors on climate change issues. Interdisciplinary researchers or other experts in any field, whether geography, climatology, meteorology, anthropology, agricultural science, astronomy, biology, chemistry, physics, policy analysis, economics, engineering, geology, ecology, and other disciplines are invited to submit articles. Provided that these interdisciplinary articles focus on the causes and consequences of climate change. This means that authors have the opportunity to report the nature of their studies to people in other climate-related majors. Briefly, we can mention some of the main topics of the Journal of Climate Change Research. However, the journal is not limited to the following areas of research:

  • Short-term and long-term changes in climatic elements: including humidity and precipitation, temperature, wind and storm speed, radiation, carbon dioxide, ozone, ultraviolet rays and etc.
  • Human response to climate change: in the field of health and medical climate, complications, and deaths.
  • Study of the consequences of climate change in energy management, architecture, urban planning.
  • The effect of climate change on biodiversity: species abundance and extinction, paleo-ecology.
  • The effect of climate change on surface water resources and groundwater aquifers.
  • Paleoclimatology.
  • Analysis of severe weather events, physicochemical properties, and dynamics of their time and place.
  • Climate change on natural resources, agriculture, soil degradation, deforestation, desertification.
  • Climate change and the tourism industry.
  • Climate change and the insurance industry.