Published for the British Antarctic Survey Cambridge Antarctic Science provides a focus for many of the interdisciplinary studies that increasingly characterize Antarctic science yet also carries a wide range of disciplinary papers. The journal attracts papers from all of the countries at present undertaking Antarctic research. Recognising that English is not the first language of many authors the journal does provide assistance in meeting the high levels now required for publication. It publishes both review and data papers with no limits on length two page short notes on technical developments and recent discoveries reports on key Antarctic meetings book reviews and a diary of forthcoming events. These together with an editorial discussing broader aspects of science provide a rich and varied mixture of items to interest researchers in all areas of science. From time to time the journal produces individual thematic issues; the next will be devoted to the evolutionary biology of Antarctic organisms.
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