Geography, Environment, Sustainability journal is published jointly by Russian Geographic Society, Faculty of Geography of Lomonosov Moscow State University, and institute of Geography RAS. Aim of the journal is to illuminate related interdisciplinary scientific fields, many new approaches and methods along with a wide range of their practical applications. This goal covers a broad spectrum of scientific research areas and also considers contemporary and widely used research methods, such as geoinformatics, cartography, remote sensing (including from space), geophysics, geochemistry, etc.
In the areas of “Geography, Environment, Sustainability” a new challenge to structure accumulated knowledge, to describe inner relations, and to form spheres of influence between different disciplines has emerged. The scope of the GES is to publish original and innovative papers that will substantially improve, in a theoretical, conceptual or empirical way the quality of research, learning, teaching and applying geography, as well as in promoting the significance of geography as a discipline
The main sections of the journal are the theory of geography and ecology, the theory of sustainable development, use of natural resources, natural resources assessment, global and regional changes of environment and climate, social-economical geography, ecological regional planning, sustainable regional development, applied aspects of geography and ecology, geoinformatics and ecological cartography, ecological problems of oil and gas sector, nature conservations, health and environment, and education for sustainable development.
Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology is an international journal that aims to advance ecohydrology as the study of the interplay between ecological and hydrological processes from molecular to river basin scales, and to promote its implementation as an integrative management tool to harmonize societal needs with biosphere potential.
An essential component of ecohydrology is a rigorous understanding of hydrobiology, from ecosystem properties, dynamics and functions to modelling of abiotic and biotic interactions in relation to their hydrological determinants at the basin scale.
The journal will publish high-quality science aimed at increasing the understanding of water–biota interplay and exploring how this knowledge can be used to regulate hydrological and biogeochemical processes to enhance the carrying capacity, especially of anthropogenically modified ecosystems. Research addressing one or several of the following issues will be of prime interest to the journal if it:
- Leads to new insights into the interactions of water, nutrient and pollutant cycles with biotic components of ecosystems;
- Employs this understanding for developing ecosystem biotechnologies and system solutions;
- Identifies possibilities to integrate engineering infrastructure with ecohydrological biotechnologies into system solutions at the catchment scale;
- Translates transdisciplinary knowledge into decision-support tools;
- Targets biodiversity, quality and quantity of water resources, ecosystem processes and functioning (including environmental flows), ecosystem services and/or ecosystem resilience as necessary components for enhanced carrying capacity
AUC Geographica (Acta Universitatis Carolinae Geographica) is a scholarly academic journal continuously published since 1966 that publishes research in the broadly defined field of geography: physical geography,geo-ecology, regional, social, political and economic geography, regional development, cartography, geoinformatics, demography and geo-demography.
AUC Geographica also publishes articles that contribute to advances in geographic theory and methodology and address the questions of regional, socio-economic and population policy-making in Czechia.
Geographia Polonica is a scientific geographic journal that has been published by the Institute of Geography and Spatial Organisation of the Polish Academy of Sciences (known until 1973 as the Institute of Geography PAS) since 1964. In 1999, Geographia Polonica started on a road that saw it transform from a series of topical volumes, typically one per year, into a semi-annual periodical and, in 2012, into a quarterly. Each year issues are published in the folowing months: March, July, October, December.
Geographia Polonica follows an interdisciplinary approach where papers on spatial planning, environmental protection, ecology, and broadly understood social and economic studies with spatial aspects feature alongside typically geographical pieces. From the very beginning, one of our objectives has been to popularise the achievements of Polish geographers on an international scale.
Geographia Polonica is the unquestionable leader among Polish geographical periodicals published in the English language. This status has been confirmed by the Committee on Geographical Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences and is also clear from rankings of absolute numbers of citings and from other indicators (e.g. Impact Factor and h-index), as published by the ISI Web of Sciences, Scopus and Google Scholar.
An Interdisciplinary scientific journal aimed at presenting the results of theoretical and empirical research in geographic sciences and tourism.
It offers a deep insight into the geographic environment and seeks to determine the relationships between its various components. It is meant to help define the roles of individual elements in view of balanced social and economic development.
The issues touched upon in the journal are believed to be of great importance to contemporary tourism, which explores the natural and cultural potential of the environment, bearing in mind the current level of social and economic development.
Authors are requested to submit only original, unpublished papers, which are consequently reviewed by the members of the international editorial advisory board.
“Acta Scientiarum Polonorum” series “Formatio Circumiectus” publishes scientific papers reviewed in so called double-blind review process.
Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Formatio Circumiectus is a multidisciplinary journal, which publishes original scientific papers and review articles about functioning of environmental. The emphasis is on factors and processes that occur in the aquatic environment, its monitoring, forming and protection and relationships between aquatic ecosystem and: geology, soil, land use, anthropopressure and atmosphere.
Articles published in the “Formatio Circumiectus” (“Environmental Processes”), in Polish and English, concern environmental planning understood as various forms of human activity in the environment. Contents feature review articles and research results presenting outcomes of field and laboratory studies.