Tropical Cyclone Research and Review
 
 
 
Article Search Advanced
    Home                About Journal                     Editorial Board                     Instruction for Authors                     Subscription                     Advertisement                    Contact Us
  Information for Authors
 Online Submission
 Manuscript Central Author Guide
  Information for Reviewers
 Online Review
 Manuscript Central Reviewer Guide
  Journal Online
 Early Online Releases
 Current issue
 Available issues
  Links
  Typhoon Committee
  Shanghai Typhoon Institute
  World Meteorological Organization
More.... 
  News
Current Progress of TCRR
More.... 
 
 
 
News  
 

The first issue of the Tropical Cyclone Research and Review was launched during the 44th session. China Meteorological Administration, together with TCS, edits and publishes the Typhoon Committee science and technology journal quarterly from February 2012. This journal publishes research on tropical cyclones and review of tropical cyclone activities which are peculiar or causing disastrous impacts on Typhoon Committee Members. It also publishes review and research on hydrology and disaster risk reduction related to tropical cyclones. Contributions could be submitted through the website (http://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/tcrr).

Since its launch, nine issues of Tropical Cyclone Research and Review were published with a total of 70 articles, covering the topics of tropical cyclone (TC) intensity and structure, TC climatology, review of TC in history, operational TC forecast verification, TC induced storm surge, flood or wave, and risk management etc. Authors are from 13 Typhoon Committee Members and several non-Members, including Australia, India, Oman and Russia. Two-thirds of them are international authors.

According to TCRR official web stats, our readers spread over 90 countries and regions. In addition, capacity of downloading has risen from 2500 to 9940 per quarter. Statistics show that our journal is attracting more and more attention from a wide range of readers.

Dr. Ki Ho Chang from National Typhoon Center of Korea Meteorological Administration, Dr. Jae Hyun Shim and Dr. Chihun Lee from National Disaster Management Institute of Korea were accepted as the visiting editor of 2012 and 2013.

Copyright © 2012 Tropical Cyclone Research and Review