Recent upgrades to the Online Journal System have resulted in some problems with the journal. Sections within the issues have drifted to incorrect positions, leaving page numbers in incorrect order. Further system problems with the December 2021 issue have delayed its publication. We are working to solve these problems and thank readers for their patience.Read more about Message to Arctic readers, December 2021
Dear Arctic reader
Please note that the University of Calgary is upgrading the operating journal system that we use for the online version of Arctic.
Once the new system is operational (~ June 10), you will notice changes to the appearance of the website. We want to reassure our readers that this is a planned change and not to be alarmed.
We appreciate your understanding.
If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know.Read more about Operating System Upgrade
2019-04-29Be aware a fraudulent website claiming to represent the journal Arctic has been set up by cybercriminals, requesting submissions to extort money from researchers. The fraudulent domain is .org. The journal Arctic can be accessed at http://arctic.ucalgary.ca/
Patricia Wells, Editor Read more about Fraudulent journal website
In the March issue 72 (1) there is one article which is open access and immediately available to all readers:Knowledge Co-production in Contested Spaces: An Evaluation of the North Slope Borough – Shell Baseline Studies Program by Nathan P. Kettle Read more about Open Access article in March 72 (1) 2019
In the December issue 71 (4) there is one article which is open access and immediately available to all readers:
“Denning Ecology of Wolves in East-Central Alaska, 1993–2017,” by Kyle Joly, Mathew S. Sorum, Matthew D. Cameron.Read more about Open Access article in December 71 (4) 2018
Five papers from the Arctic Observing Summit 2016 held at the University of Alaska Fairbanks in March 2016 have now been published online and are open access. All content is available at:Read more about Special Issue (Vol. 71, No. 5) Supplement 1 Arctic Observing Summit 2016
In the March issue 71 (1) there are two articles which are open access and immediately available to all readers:
“Iqaluktutiaq Voices: Local Perspectives about the Importance of Muskoxen, Contemporary and Traditional Use and Practices,” by Matilde Tomaselli, S. Craig Gerlach, Susan J. Kutz, Sylvia L. Checkley, The Community of Iqaluktutiaq.
"Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Ship Traffic in the Canadian Arctic from 1990 to 2015," by Jackie Dawson, Larissa Pizzolato, Stephen E.L. Howell, Luke Copland, Margaret E. Johnston.Read more about Open Access articles in March 71 (1) 2018
Special issue (Vol. 69, No. 5), “Human Landscapes in the North: Papers in Honour of Dr. Priscilla Renouf”2017-10-06
We are pleased to announce the special issue of Arctic in honour of Dr. Priscilla Renouf is now completed. The issue includes 11 research articles and an Introduction by Dr. Lisa Hodgetts and Dr. Patricia Wells. All content of the special issue is available at:Read more about Special issue (Vol. 69, No. 5), “Human Landscapes in the North: Papers in Honour of Dr. Priscilla Renouf”
It has come to our attention that there is a website pretending to represent the journal ARCTIC and is soliciting manuscripts.
Please refer to the official website for all information pertaining to the journal ARCTIC http://arctic.ucalgary.ca/about-arctic-journal
Thank you for your continued interest and support of the journal ARCTICRead more about Attention- ARCTIC Journal Website
2017-05-05The paper, “Seasonal Trends in Acoustic Detection of Marine Mammals in Baffin Bay and Melville Bay, Northwest Greenland,” by Héloïse Frouin-Mouy, Katie Kowarski, Bruce Martin, Koen Bröker, published in the March 2017 issue (Vol. 70, No. 1) is open access and immediately available to all readers. Read more about New Open Access Article March 2017
A special open access issue in honour of Dr. Priscilla Renouf.Read more about Human Landscapes in the North: Papers in Honour of Dr. Priscilla Renouf
2016-11-30The paper, "Dating and Digging Stratified Archaeology in Circumpolar North America: A View from Nunalleq, Southwestern Alaska," by Paul M. Ledger, Véronique Forbes, Edouard Masson-MacLean and Richard A. Knecht, published in the December 2016 issue (Vol. 69, No. 4), is open access and immediately available to all readers. Read more about New Open Access Article December 69(4)
2015-04-14If you would like to read the current issue of Arctic, please become a member of the Arctic Institute of North America by visiting our online membership sign-up page. Read more about Interested in reading the current issue of ARCTIC?
Authors should send either a Word or a PDF file, with all tables and figures included, as an email attachment to the Editor, Dr. Karen McCullough
Please see the Guide for Authors for the proper format of submissions to Arctic. http://arctic.ucalgary.ca/guide-authors
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