On the cover: Understanding the dynamic processes of capillary fringes is essential to moving forward in understanding potential sources of vadose zone risk.
See "Noninvasive Quantification of Green Fluorescent Protein Labeled Escherichia coli in a Dynamic Capillary Fringe by Fluorescence Intensity," by Daniel Jost, Josef Winter and Claudia Gallert. doi:10.2136/vzj2014.03.0028
New! Special Section: Soil as Complex Systems
Guest Editors: Eoin Brodie, Boris Faybishenko, Bill Riley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, CA; Allen Hunt, Wright State University, OH; Fred Molz, Clemson University, SC; Yakov Pachepsky, USDA-ARS, Beltsville, MD
Call for Nominations: Vadose Zone Journal Editor
SSSA is seeking nominations for the editor of Vadose Zone Journal, with a term of service to begin January 2016. Interested persons may nominate themselves or be nominated by an active member of SSSA. Candidates should email (i) a vita including a list of previous editorial experience and (ii) a vision statement for the journal (not to exceed one page) by 1 July 2015 to Andrew N. Sharpley, SSSA Editor-in-Chief, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequent Reviewer Credit Program
Reviewers who complete five reviews during the calendar year will be eligible to publish an accepted paper during the following year without paying publication charges. Details at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/vzj
New Paper Type: Priority Communications
“Priority Communications” are intended to highlight time-sensitive new research results that have far-reaching impacts across the vadose zone community, i.e., "game changers." These manuscripts will undergo the same rigorous peer reviews as other submissions, but the process will be accelerated and the papers will be shorter and more accessible. Instructions for Submission
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