| If your abstract is accepted for an oral or
poster presentation at ISAR-3, you are strongly encouraged to submit the paper(s)
(scientific paper or research note) to the proceedings of ISAR-3, which will be
published in Polar Science. Polar Science is an international
peer-reviewed quarterly journal. It is dedicated to providing original research
articles for sciences related to the polar regions of Earth and other planets (http://www.journals.elsevier.com/polar-science/).
Polar Science appeared in the IPY 2007-2008
period and offers benefits to authors including fast and easy online
submission, no page charges, worldwide distribution, and 25 free offprints or a
Indicate your intention to submit your paper
when we notify you that your abstract has been accepted. Papers to be submitted
to Polar Science need to satisfy the
(1) The presentation (oral or poster) of the paper is executed by the
author or co-author at the Symposium.
manuscript of the paper is submitted to Polar
February March 15 (Friday), 2013 via the Elsevier Electronic
Please refer to the Polar Science Guide for Authors.
The issue of Polar Science for ISAR-3 is expected to be published in 2014
The papers of the previous symposium (ISAR-2; held
in Tokyo from December 7 to 9, 2010) were also published in Polar Science as
a special issue (Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 1-154), and are currently distributed online