YESS aims to bring together early career scientists to give them an opportunity to share ideas and visions on Earth system science topics, challenges for early career scientists and to develop these shared thoughts into papers – crossing countries, regions and disciplines.
In the recent years the following papers in scientific peer reviewed journals have been published through collaborations that YESS facilitated and/or was actively involved:
Earth System Science Frontiers: An Early Career Perspective
Rauser, F., Alqadi, M., Arowolo, S., Baker, N., Bedard, J., Behrens, E., Dogulu, N., Domingues, L.G., Frassoni, A., Keller, J. and Kirkpatrick, S., Langendijk G., Mirsafa M., Salauddin, M., Naumann A.K., Osman, M., Reed, K., Rothmuller, M., Schemann, V., Singh, A., Tummon, F., Dike, V., Villafuerte M.Q., Walawender J.P., Zaroug, M., 2017. Earth System Science Frontiers: An Early Career Perspective. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 98(6), 1120-1127.
Link to paper: https://doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0025.1
Obstacles facing Africa’s young climate scientists
Dike, V.N., Addi, M. Andang´o, H.A., Attig, B.F., Barimalala, R., Diasso, U.J., Plessis, M.D., Lamine, S., Nongwe, P.N., Zaroug, M., Ochanda, K.V., 2018. Obstacles facing Africa’s young climate scientists. Nature Climate Change, 8, 447–449.
Link to paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41558-018-0178-x
Reflections on the CLIVAR Early Career Scientists Symposium 2016
Swart, N.C., Busecke, J., Langendijk, G., Reed, K.A., Kang, S.M., Behrens, E., Frassoni, A., Baker, N.C., Durgadoo, J.V., Dike, V.N. and Nath, D., 2018. Reflections on the CLIVAR Early Career Scientists Symposium 2016, npj Climate and Atmospheric Science, 1:6.
Link to paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41612-018-0015-y
Sustainable early-career networks
Link to paper: http://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/v8/n10/full/ngeo2541.html
ICYESS2013: Uncertainty as an example of interdisciplinary language problems
Rauser, F., A. Schmidt, S. Sonntag, and D. Süsser (2014), ICYESS2013: Uncertainty as an example of interdisciplinary language problems, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 95, ES106-ES108.