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Elsevier Launches New Journal with the National Institute of Polar Research
Elsevier, in partnership with the National Institute of Polar Research, proudly announce the 2007 launch of a new international peer-reviewed publication called Polar Science. The English-language quarterly journal is a consolidation of five existing publications: Polar Bioscience, Polar Meteorology and Glaciology, Antarctic Meteorite Research, Polar Geoscience and Advances in Polar Upper Atmosphere Research, and will publish original articles and reviews focused on a wide spectrum of sciences related to the polar regions of the Earth and other planets. All accepted articles will be published online via ScienceDirect Article Plus before appearing in print, thereby ensuring the rapid dissemination of research results.

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When Ralph Harvey scans Antarctica’s icy terrain, it becomes clear just how rough-and-tumble the solar system was 4 billion years ago.
Large planetary bodies colliding, asteroids smashing into one another, pieces of rock flying everywhere.

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The 29th Symposium on Antarctic Meteorites
During the periods of 7 to 9 June, 2005, oral presentations at the Symposium will be held on the 6th floor of the main building of the National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR).
http://yamato.nipr.ac.jp/AMRC/researcher/symposium2.html

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