2019 Impact Factor released for Italian Journal of Agrometeorology - 1.182


We are proud to announce that, compared to last year, the Impact Factor of Italian Journal of Agrometeorology has increased by 26,68% % and the 5-Year Impact Factor has increased by 11,20%. This is the journal’s 5th consecutive increase in impact factor year-over-year.

We are pleased to see such excellent progress in the impact factor of our journal this year" said Simone Orlandini, editor in chief of Italian journal of Agrometeorology. "It is a tribute to the achievements and contributions of our authors, editors and editorial boards. The Italian Journal of Agrometeorology' s continued rise in rankings and impact reflects our ongoing commitment to deliver the highest quality content to increase the knowledge of agrometeorology and agroclimatology, both in the agricultural sector and outside of it.  We are most thankful to the peer reviewers who put in countless hours to help maintain the outstanding quality of articles".

The 2019 Journal Impact Factor measures a journal’s relevance to the scholarly publishing community. It is calculated by dividing the number of citations by the total number of articles published in the previous two years

IJAM is the official Journal of The Italian Association of Agrometeorology (AIAM) founded in 1997.  The Association aims to promote and encourage researches on relevant agrometeorological themes, both at the farm and territorial level.


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The Italian Journal of Agrometeorology (IJAm - Rivista Italiana di Agrometeorologia)

The Italian Journal of Agrometeorology (IJAm - Rivista Italiana di Agrometeorologia) is the official periodical of the Italian Association of Agrometeorology (AIAM) and aims to publish original scientific contributions, rather in English, but also in Italian, on agrometerology, as a science that studies the interactions of hydrological and meteorological factors with the agricultural and forest ecosystems, and with agriculture in its broadest sense (including livestock and fisheries). 

Among the areas of specific interest of the journal there are:

  • ecophysiology;
  • phenology;
  • plant growth, quality and quantity of production;
  • plant pathology;
  • entomology;
  • welfare conditions of livestocks;
  • soil physics and hydrology;
  • micrometeorology;
  • modeling, simulation and forecasting;
  • remote sensing;
  • territorial planning;
  • geographical information systems and spatialization techniques;
  • instrumentation to measure physical and biological quantities;
  • data validation techniques, agroclimatology;
  • agriculture scientific dissemination;
  • support services for farmers.

Each paper is subjected to critical evaluation and review by Field Editors with specific expertise in the different areas of interest and by the members of the international Editorial Board.

IJAm is Scopus indexed and obtained the recognition in ISI Web of Science.