Polar Research

Polar Research  is the international, peer-reviewed journal of the Norwegian Polar Institute, Norway's central institution for research, environmental monitoring and mapping of the polar regions. Aiming to promote the exchange of scientific knowledge about the Arctic and Antarctic across disciplinary boundaries,  Polar Research  serves an international community of researchers and managers. Original primary research papers comprise the mainstay of  Polar Research . Review articles, brief research notes, letters to the editor and book reviews are also included. Special issues, typically conference proceedings, are published from time to time. The scope of  Polar Research  encompasses research in all scientific disciplines relevant to the polar regions. These include, but are not limited to, the subfields of biology, ecology, geology, oceanography, glaciology, and atmospheric science. Submissions from the human and social sciences and those focusing on polar management and policy issues are welcome. Contributions about Antarctica are particularly encouraged.

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