The mission of Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (AAAR) is to advance understanding of cold region environments by publishing original scientific research from past, present and future high-latitude and mountain regions. Rapid environmental change occurring in cold regions today highlights the global importance of this research. AAAR publishes peer-reviewed interdisciplinary papers including short communications, regular papers, and review articles. Many of these papers synthesize a variety of disciplines including ecology, climatology, geomorphology, glaciology, hydrology, paleoceanography, biogeochemistry, and social science. Papers may be uni- or multidisciplinary but should have interdisciplinary appeal. Special thematic issues and proceedings are encouraged. The journal receives contributions from a diverse group of international authors from academia, government agencies, and land managers. In addition the journal publishes opinion pieces, book reviews and in memoria. AAAR is associated with the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) the oldest active research institute at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research is available in BioOne Complete through the 2017 volume. Current content is available through Taylor and Francis.
Online ISSN: 1938-4246
Current: Nov 2017 : Volume 49 Issue 4
BioOne Member Since: 2003
Impact Factor: 1.708
Journal Citation Reports® Ranking: 163/251 Environmental Sciences; 34/50 Geography, Physical