Home  >  News  >  News Details
Soliciting Contributions to a Special Issue of“Climate and Environment Change in Polar Regions” in Advances in Polar Science
at : Nov 07, 2016 14:34:17  (view:642)

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to invite you to submit manuscripts to a special issue entitled “Climate and Environment Change in Polar Regions” of the journal Advances in Polar Science (APS), in order to present the outputs of “The International Symposium on Polar Environmental Change and Public Governance”.

APS is an international, peer-reviewed journal jointly sponsored by the Polar Research Institute of China (PRIC) and the Chinese Arctic and Antarctic Administration (CAA). It is a quarterly journal published in March, June, September and December and circulated internationally (ISSN 1674-9928, CN 31-2050/P). Articles published in APS are free of charge with generous funding from PRIC. For more details, please visit the APS’s websites: www.aps-polar.org .

Thank you in advance for your consideration to submit manuscripts to this special issue, and we encourage you to share this announcement broadly with interested colleagues. Any queries could be addressed to journal@pric.org.cn.

 

Special Issue of “Climate and Environment Change in Polar Regions”

The International Symposium on Polar Environmental Change and Public Governance is to be held from Oct. 21 to Oct. 22, 2016 in Wuhan, China, sponsored by Wuhan University and Beijing Normal University. The symposium will focus on the latest result and development in theory, technology and application of polar environmental change and public governance, promoting the participants to exchange their innovative thoughts. Polar scientists and engineers from Canada, China, Denmark, Norway, New Zealand, and USA will attend this meeting. APS would like to publish free of charge this special issue in September 2017, to summarize the recent advances on this important topic. The research themes fit within the scope of this special issue are: 

(1) Polar surveying, mapping and remote sensing;

(2) Polar sea ice;

(3)Polar ice sheet mass balance;

(4) Climate and environment change in the polar regions.

 

The schedule for this special issue is:

• Paper submission deadline(extended): 30 April 2017

• Final acceptance deadline(extended): 30 July 2017

• Publication: September 2017

 

Guest Editors:

Prof. Xiaoping Pang, Wuhan University, China

Prof. Xiao Cheng, Beijing Normal University

Dr. Mohammed Shokr, Environment Canada, Canada

Prof. Zemin Wang, Wuhan University, China

Coordinators: Dr. Jing Huang, Mr. Xiaoliang Ling

 

Editorial office of Advances in Polar Science

Tel:86-21-58713650, 58713642       

Email: journal@pric.org.cn