Alaska Park Science Journal

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Call for Authors:
Science, Natural and Cultural Resources Stewardship in Alaska's National Parks.

We are actively seeking authors for two issues of Alaska Park Science to be published in 2015. We welcome articles from any scientific and scholarly discipline pertinent to Alaska's national parks, including: biological, physical, cultural, and social sciences, history, related humanities and arts.

Please submit your suggestions for new articles and special issues to, with a brief description as outlined in the Alaska Park Science proposal guidelines.

We need authors for both 2015 issues! We'll need to receive your manuscripts and illustrations by November 1, 2014 (for the June 2015 issue) or May 1, 2015 (for the November 2015 issue).

The full content of every issue of the award-winning Alaska Park Science journal (266 articles and counting) is always freely available on the internet. These issues will also be published in multiple "paperless" formats and distributed to schools, libraries, NPS employees and cooperators, and the general public by the NPS, GPO, and Zinio - the online magazine stand.

About Alaska Park Science

Alaska Park Science is a semi-annual journal that shares what we are learning in Alaska's national parks through the study of their vital cultural and natural resources. Some of the best places in the country have been chosen as parks. These places are landscapes and historic shrines in which we feel wonder, reverence, respect - and responsibility. We are immmensely proud that such places exist and that we are successfully preserving this natural and cultural heritage for future generations.

Sharing these ideas and what we have learned in our resource studies is essential. The National Park Service strives to connect education with research and science, for education can serve as the bridge between knowledge and responsibility to manage them.

As part of our "contract with the future," Alaska Park Science can connect the public with their national parks and the natural and cultural resources found there. Alaska's national parks serve to teach, inform, inspire and motivate people. In the end, we hope the national parks will inspire and encourage people to make a difference.

Last Updated: June 17, 2014