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The Annals of Glaciology is a thematic journal that contains papers on specific themes as determined by the IGS Council upon recommendation from the Publications Committee. Papers are peer-reviewed and edited prior to publication. Recent Annals are available online and free of charge to IGS members and subscribers.

The Society is grateful to our founder's widow, Loris Seligman, for a generous bequest that made it possible to publish back issues of the Society's journals online for the benefit of glaciologists worldwide.

As of 1 January 2016, the Annals is published by Cambridge University Press (CUP) under a partnership agreement and published as Gold Open Access and under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. Creative Commons Licence

The Annals of Glaciology is listed in the ISI Web of Science. The impact factor as published in July 2015 was 2.378. The five year impact factor is 2.572

Future Annals of Glaciology – call for papers

Annals of Glaciology editorial policy

Authors wishing to submit to the Annals of Glaciology please go to the CUP online submission site.

Those authors who submitted their manuscript prior to 1 January 2016 please go to our old online submission site as we will be maintaining it throughout the peer-review process for manuscripts already in the system.

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Prices listed are for non-members. Significant discounts are offered to individual members of the Society.

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Authors wishing to submit to the Annals of Glaciology please go to our new online submission site.

Author contribution statement

Lead authors may now add a short end-note to papers summarizing the roles and contributions of co-authors to their paper. As some co-authors contribute the majority of analysis and synthesis and others contribute by researching and collecting raw data, this would not only benefit individuals who contribute to a given study, but would help authors applying for grants, new posts and other professional evaluations.

The Contribution Statement is voluntary, and should be inserted above any other acknowledgements at the end of the paper, e.g.

Example Contribution Statement

A performed all calculations and wrote most of the paper, B collected data on infrared albedo measurements, C investigated snow grain morphology, D analysed the XXX data and helped in writing this paper.

Volume 57, issue 71, 2016

Glaciology in High Mountain Asia

Volume 57, issue 72, 2016

Hydrology of glaciers and ice sheets

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