REMINDER: Call for Contributions - A Geographic Encyclopedia of the Earth's Polar Regions

14 December 2012

Antarctica and Arctic Circle
A Geographic Encyclopedia of the Earth's Polar Regions

Contributions are invited for a publication entitled "Antarctica and
Arctic Circle: A Geographic Encyclopedia of the Earth's Polar Regions."
This publication will be a two-volume encyclopedia, published by

The book will be comprised of 375 original entries relating to
Antarctica and the Arctic Circle, geared toward a target audience of
high school students. The range of possible topics is
extensive--important figures, findings, research, flora or fauna,
landmarks and locations, arctic river systems, research stations,
territorial disputes, Indigenous groups, major expeditions and
explorations, etc. Submissions on both historic and contemporary topics
are welcome.

Entry essays can vary in length between 500-2,500 words, with a number
of sidebars (around 200 words). Contributors' names will be noted in the
contributor list and associated with their article. All contributors
will receive two years of e-book and website access. Contributors whose
submissions total a word count of over 3,000 words will receive a
minimum of $300.

If you are interested in contributing, please send your full name,
title, institutional affiliation, mailing address, email, and 2-page
curriculum vitae to:
Andrew Hund

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