"The term Climate has been derived from a Greek term i.e.. klima, meaning inclination is defined as the average climatic conditions of a particular region or area, together with the wind, temperature, and rainfall.
Climate is mostly affected by the changes in the orbit of the earth, plate tectonics, altitude of the location, human activities, terrain, and latitude also by the burning of the fossil fuels, which in turn leads to greenhouse effect.
Bound human activities have additionally been known as important causes of temperature change, and extremely doubtless the major reason for the development of global warming. Scientists actively work to grasp past and future climate by mistreatment observations and theoretical models.
OMICS Group runs more than 700+ peer-reviewed journals; these Journals follow a quality rapid review procedure. Climate review journal from OMICS Group, named as the Journal of Geology & Geosciences also follows the same quality rapid peer-review procedure and publishes the recent trends and developments in the area of climatic events.
Climate review journal from OMICS International maintains regular issue releasing frequency.
The primary mission of the climate review journal is to provide a platform for publishing current research trends in the area of climatic events."
Last date updated on June, 2014