Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research deals with any scientific or cultural aspect of Arctic, Antarctic, and alpine environments and related topics on subarctic, subantarctic, subalpine environments, and paleoenvironments. Papers may be uni- or multidisciplinary but must have interdisciplinary appeal. Special thematic issues and proceedings are published from time to time.
The Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) strives for excellence in research, education, and outreach related to Earth System Science and Global Change in high-latitude, alpine, and other environments. INSTAAR is located at the University of Colorado within the Graduate School and is affiliated with departments of Anthropology, CEA Engineering, Environmental Studies, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Geography, Geological Sciences, and Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (PAOS). INSTAAR publishes the quarterly journal Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (formerly Arctic and Alpine Research) and a series of Occasional Papers.
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