Every year around December, our friends and colleagues at International Arctic Science Committee, a non-governmental organisation whose aim is to encourage and aid cooperation in Arctic research.... More publish their Definitions of the Arctic vary according to environmental, geographical, political, cultural and scientific perspectives. Some scientists define the Arctic as areas having a high latitude, long winters, short, cool summers,... More science calendar.
For graphics and photographs they depend solely on what the IASC community sends us. Now they are looking for new photographs for the publication of the 2020 Calendar, and other IASC publications such as the website, brochures, social media, and Bulletin. Images are welcome depicting all areas of Arctic science: scientists in the field, animals, landscapes, everyday life in the Arctic, and more!
Although IASC are not able to pay for the image, the photographer will of course be credited. The photographer also will receive a copy of printed material by mail. For print, the image quality must be around at least 3500 x 2500 pixels.
With each photo submission, IASC also requires:
- A short description about what we see and background information on the project/research;
- Location; Name of photographer / Institute;
- Contact information (both email and mail addresses)