The International Glaciological Society was founded in 1936 to provide a focus for individuals interested in practical and scientific aspects of snow and ice.Website: http://www.igsoc.org/journal/Editor(s): T.H. Jacka
The Annals of Glaciology are thematic volumes that contain selected papers from IGS sponsored or co-sponsored symposia. Papers are peer-reviewed and edited prior to publication. Recent Annals are available online to symposia participants and those who have subsequently purchased the hard copy of the Annals of Glaciology volumes.
David W. H. Walton, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UKAlan P. M. Vaughan, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UKChristina L. Hulbe, Portland State University, USA
Journal consisting of original papers on a variety of topics related to arctic or subarctic anthropology. Produced by the University of Alaska Fairbanks Department of Anthropology since 1951, APUA offers a collection of scholarly, often rare papers written by noted authorities in the field. During these past years the journal has normally appeared as two issues per volume under the direction of an editor assisted by two associate editors. Volume 25 is the last of the series that will be published in the original format.Website: http://www.uaf.edu/apua/Editor: Maribeth S. Murray
Publishes short, concise research letters that present scientific advances that are likely to have immediate influence on the research of other investigators. GRL letters can focus on a specific discipline or apply broadly to the geophysical science community.
The journal publishes research related to the physics of the ocean and to processes operating at its boundaries. Theoretical and modeling studies are welcome, especially those that are linked to observations. Papers that investigate interactions with other components of the earth system (e.g., ocean-atmosphere, physical-biological and physical-chemical interactions) as well as studies of other fluid systems (e.g., lakes and laboratory tanks) are also invited, as long as their focus is on understanding the ocean.
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