Arctic: the journal of the Arctic Institute of North America

Title

Arctic: the journal of the Arctic Institute of North America

Abstract

Arctic is a peer-reviewed research journal publishing articles containing the results of scientific research from all areas of circumpolar scholarship. Its subject matter is multidiciplinary, including articles about the natural and social sciences as well as the arts and humanities. Arctic also includes book reviews and profiles of significant people, places, or events of northern interest. This journal has shifted to an open access publishing model. Issues are hosted on the Open Journals System (OJS). Its publisher, the Arctic Institute of North America (AINA) is a non-profit membership organization and multidisciplinary research institute mandated to advance the study of the North American and circumpolar Arctic.

Format

Type

Coverage

v. 1 (1948)- [Quarterly]

Date Valid

[1948]-

Language

English and summaries in Russian, French and English

Medium

Colour and black & white photographs, figures and maps

Publisher

Arctic Institute of North America

Contributor

Patricia Wells, Karen McCollough, Maria Beketskaia

Identifier

0004-0843

Spatial Coverage

Calgary, Alberta

Relation

Indexed in Arctic & Antarctic Regions, ASTIS, Bibliography of Indigenous Peoples in North America, CPI. Q, Canadian Business & Current Affairs (CBCA), I-Portal: Indigenous Scholars Portal

Date Created

1948

Files

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Citation

“Arctic: the journal of the Arctic Institute of North America,” A Bibliography of Canadian Inuit Periodicals, accessed June 21, 2024, https://caninuit.omeka.net/items/show/4581.

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