Call for Papers: Special Issue “Polar Regions in the Global Climate System”
Advances in Polar Science (APS) will publish a special issue with the theme ‘Polar Regions in the Global Climate System’ as a lasting outcome of the 8th Malaysian International Seminar on Antarctica (https://www.misa8.int-conference.com), which will be held from the 18th to the 20th of June 2019, at Universiti Putra Malaysia. This issue will be part of APS Volume 31 and will be issue number 2 of 2020 as general issue.
We have Guest Editors for this issue, Yunus Shukor (Universiti Putra Malaysia), Azizan Abu Samah (University of Malaya) and Ian Allison (Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, Australia). Assistant Editors are Mr. Xiaoliang Ling and Dr. Jing Huang (full time staff of Editorial Office). English editing service will be provided free of charge if needed.
This is a thematic issue so we must insist on strict adherence to the following deadlines.
- 30 September 2019 ― deadline for submitting a manuscript for this issue.
- 30 February 2020 ― deadline for the submission of final accepted paper.
Accepted papers will be published online for open access as soon as authors have returned their proofs and all corrections have been made.
The hard copy is scheduled for publication in round May 2020.
Malaysian International Seminar on Antarctica (MISA) is a series of biennial event which gathers researchers from different countries to share findings and experiences in polar research and also provides the platform for our scientists to strengthen existing and forge new collaborations.
In the 8th MISA, there are three scientific sessions: (1) Policy, Governance and Social Sciences and Humanities; (2) Biology; (3) Polar Meteorology and Atmospheric Chemistry. Besides, as part of the 8th MISA, two workshops “Tropic Antarctic Teleconnections (TATE)“ and “State of the Antarctic Ecosystem (AntECO)” will be held. This special issue will solicit and publish the output of this seminar.
Suggestions for other relevant topic are welcome. If you have such a suggestion, or if you have any questions about the suitability of your paper for this special issue, please contact the Editorial Office
Mr. Xiaoliang Ling
Email: lingxiaoliang at pric.org.cn
Online Submission: https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/apsci
Editorial Office of Advances in Polar Science
Polar Research Institute of China
451 Jinqiao Road, Pudong New Area