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Submissions are sought for the November 2013 issue of The College Mathematics Journal (CMJ) which will be devoted to the Mathematics of Planet Earth. This issue will be part of a year-long round of scientific activities conducted across the globe. The MAA is a partner in this project. More information.

Papers submitted should address the mathematical aspects of any of the innumerable issues affecting the earth. Potential areas for submissions include climate, meteorology, ecology, epidemiology, resource management, and biodiversity. Also of interest are areas of human interaction with the earth, including, but not limited to, economics, finance, politics, communication, sustainable development, and disaster management.

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