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Publishing a Special Feature with Elementa provides a unique opportunity for a team of authors to present research that addresses a specific theme or that derives from a joint project. Whether your research falls into a single discipline, or multiple knowledge domains, Elementa’s rigorous promotion of Special Features will reach a wide variety of fellow researchers, policy-makers, and the interested public worldwide.

Envisioning Sustainable Transitions

Impacts of Natural Versus Anthropogenic Oil Inputs on the Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem

The Extinction of Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon: Is it Possible?

Quantification of Urban Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Indianapolis Flux Experiment

Deltas in the Anthropocene

The Sea Surface Microlayer

Advances in Ocean Acidification Research

Oceans and Human Health in a Changing Environment

Monitoring, Measuring and Modeling Atmospheric Mercury and Air-Surface Exchange – Are We Making Progress?

Climate Change Impacts: Fish, Fisheries and Fisheries Management

Marginal Ice Zone Processes in the Summertime Arctic

Avoiding Collapse

Mercury Isotopes: Probing Global and Regional Cycling and Transformation of Mercury in the Biosphere

Urban Geochemistry

Biogeochemical Exchange Processes at Sea-Ice Interfaces (BEPSII)

Urban Aquatic Ecosystems

ASPIRE: The Amundsen Sea Polynya International Research Expedition

Reactive Gases in the Global Atmosphere

Imagination and imaginative capacity for transformations to sustainability: Future thinking for a world of uncertainty and surprise

The Hudson Bay System Study (BaySys)

Regional manifestations of the Anthropocene: The case of Chile

Tropospheric Ozone Assessment Report (TOAR )

Green Edge

Special Feature: Investigating Marine Transport Processes in the 21st Century


Cuba’s Agrifood System in Transition

Photo credit: Katie Epstein   Commoning in Rural North America: Conflict, conservation, and collaboration in more-than-human landscapes

Illustration by Kelsey King; reused with permission from    Ensia       Gene Editing the Food System

Illustration by Kelsey King; reused with permission from Ensia

Gene Editing the Food System

Digital print created by Alida Siegel

Pan-Pacific Anthropocene

Photo Credit: Mike Latz, Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Red Tide: Multidisciplinary Studies of an Exceptional Algal Bloom in Southern California

Image credit: Children singing to the first day of sun. Kullorsuaq, Greenland. Photo by: Birgitta Kammann Danielsen

Sustainable and Thriving Arctic Communities: Insights from the Fulbright Arctic Initiative

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