Journal of Glaciology

The International Glaciological Society was founded in 1936 to provide a focus for individuals interested in practical and scientific aspects of snow
and ice.


Editor(s): T.H. Jacka

Annals of Glaciology

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.


Antarctic Science

Antarctic Science provides a truly international forum for the broad spread of studies that increasingly characterise scientific research in the Antarctic. Whilst emphasising interdisciplinary work, the journal publishes papers from environmental management to biodiversity, from volcanoes to icebergs, and from oceanography to the upper atmosphere. No other journal covers such a wide range of Antarctic scientific studies. The journal attracts papers from all countries currently undertaking Antarctic research. It publishes both review and data papers with no limits on length, two page short notes on technical developments and recent discoveries, and book reviews. These, together with an editorial discussing broader aspects of science, provide a rich and varied mixture of items to interest researchers in all areas of science. There are no page charges, or charges for colour, to authors publishing in the Journal. One issue each year is normally devoted to a specific theme or papers from a major meeting.





David W. H. Walton, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK
Alan P. M. Vaughan, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK
Christina L. Hulbe, Portland State University, USA

Anthropological Papers of the University of Alaska (APUA)

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.


Editor: Maribeth S. Murray


arcticThis American journal contains contributions from any area of scholarship dealing with the polar and sub-polar regions of the world. Arctic keeps its lectures informed of current thought and directions that cross disciplinary boundaries, enabling a broader understanding of today's rapidly changing circumpolar world.


Editor: Karen McCullough

Arctic Anthropology

Bi-annual international journal devoted to the study of Old and New World northern cultures and peoples founded in 1962 by Chester S. Chard. Archaeology, ethnology, physical anthropology, and related disciplines are represented, with emphasis on: studies of specific cultures of the arctic, sub-arctic and contiguous regions of the world; the peopling of the New World; relationships between New World and Eurasian cultures of the circumpolar zone; contemporary problems and culture change among northern peoples; and new directions in interdisciplinary northern research.


Editor: Susan Kaplan

EGU journal "The Cryosphere" to be ISI listed

The EGU open access journal, The Cryosphere ( will shortly be listed by Thomson Reuters in Science Citation Index-Expanded (SCIE), including the Web of Science ISI Alerting Service Current Contents/Physical, Chemical & Earth Sciences (CC/PC&ES).

These listings will be back dated to the first issue of the journal, so all published papers will be included. This news will further encourage scientists to consider publishing in The Cryosphere. An increasing number of national research councils/funding agencies are committing to covering the costs of publication in open access journals. You can find some details of some of the schemes available at

Etudes - Inuit - Studies

inuit-journalA biannual scholarly journal is published since 1977. The Journal is devoted to the study of Inuit societies, either traditional or contemporary, in the general perspective of social sciences and humanities (ethnology, politics, archaeology, linguistics, history, etc.). The Journal has grown to become a major crossroad of information on northern endeavours. As well as a number of articles, each volume contains book reviews, a list of scientific events, and annual reviews of recent theses and articles published in other journals. The articles are either in French or English.


Editor: Murielle Nagy

Geophysical Research Letters

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.


Journal of Geophysical Research

Publishes original scientific research on the physical, chemical, and biological processes that contribute to the understanding of the Earth, Sun, and solar system and all of their environments and components. JGR is currently organized into seven disciplinary sections (Atmospheres, Biogeosciences, Earth Surface, Oceans, Planets, Solid Earth, Space Physics). Sections may be added or combined in response to changes in the science.


Journal of Physical Oceanography

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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