There are no congress proceedings being planned for the 8th EUGEO congress, however the congress has partnered with several renowned peer-reviewed journals which are opened to consider publication of contributions from the congress participants. See the offers of individual journals below.
AIC Bulletin (Bulletin of the Italian Association of Cartography)
The AIC Bulletin is one of the oldest scientific journals of Cartography in Europe (www.aic-cartografia.it) and is the official voice of the Italian Association of Cartography responsible for the organisation of the XXX International Cartographic Conference (www.icc2021.net) to be held in Florence from 14th to 18th December 2021. The journal, which has been in print since 1963, publishes contributions on the subject of cartography in its various forms, but also on all aspects of geography and related disciplines and is classified as a Band A scientific journal. The open access journal includes scientific articles and is published quarterly by EUT (Edizioni Università di Trieste); it also includes special issues and is supported by a series of monographic studies. Accepted contributions are subject to double-blind review and, with the respective DOI, are published online on the journal's website where they can be freely downloaded (www.openstarts.units.it/handle/10077/9933). Besides cartography (thematic, technical and special) and its graphical and theoretical-methodological or technical-constructive implications, the areas of interest are spatial analysis, GIS, remote sensing, dashboards, geography, tourism, environment, cultural heritage, land use and land cover, voluntary geographic information, the relationship between geolocation, internet of things, artificial intelligence, connectivity and smart grids. Accordingly, proposals of special issues by organizers of the EUGEO sessions, as well as contributions by single participants, will be welcome. For more details, you are invited to contact the editorial committee of the journal (executive director Professor Giuseppe Scanu: email@example.com) or the organizing committee of the EUGEO 2021 congress.
Annals of the Austrian Geographical Society (Mitteilungen der Österreichischen Geographischen Gesellschaft, MÖGG)
The oldest (since 1857) still existing geographical journal of the German-speaking area is published by the Austrian Geographical Society annually in a print and an open-access electronic version with contributions in German and English. The journal invites authors from all the various branches of geography and related disciplines plus cartography and has its regional focus on Central Europe in the widest sense. Several articles on a focus theme are usually accompanied by theoretical and empirical treatises on a wide range of additional topics as well as short research and conference reports. Scientific articles are peer-reviewed, and the journal is listed and evaluated by the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), ISI Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports (JCR), Geobase, Elsevier, Scopus, Google Scholar, EBSCO, ERIHPLUS and others and has an impact factor. We cordially invite participants of the 8th EuGeo Congress in Prague (Praha) contributing to our journal. For more information about the journal, visit www.moegg.ac.at.
AUC Geographica is a scholarly academic journal continuously published since 1966 that publishes research in the broadly defined field of geography: physical geography, geoecology, regional, social, political and economic geography, regional development, cartography, geoinformatics, demography and geodemography. The open access journal is published periodical twice a year by Karolinum Press and indexed in Scopus. AUC Geographica has been selected for coverage in Clarivate Analytics products and services. Beginning with 1/2017, papers are indexed and abstracted in Emerging Sources Citation Index of the Web of Science. The journal offers possibility of publishing to EUGEO participants. All submitted contributions will be peer-reviewed before accepted for the publication. For more information about the journal, visit www.aucgeographica.cz. For more details regarding the publication offer, contact the journal editorial board (executive editor Eva Štefanová, firstname.lastname@example.org) or the 8th EUGEO congress organizing committee.
Bollettino della Società Geografica Italiana
Bollettino della Società Geografica Italiana (BSGI) is the official journal of the Italian Geographical Society. Founded in 1868 and awarded "Class A" by the National Agency for the Evaluation of the University System and Academic Research (ANVUR), it is the oldest Italian geographical journal and one of the oldest in the world.
BSGI is an open access peer-reviewed academic international journal focusing on a wide range of topics in geography. Each issue includes key contributions to the scholarly debate, news and reviews, providing a number of theoretical and methodological approaches to large-scale investigation.
It is published biannually (June and December) by the Italian Geographical Society and is freely available at the website https://riviste.fupress.net/index.php/bsgi/index.
BSGI is pleased to welcome paper proposals from EUGEO 2021 sessions.
After an initial assessment by the editor for suitability for the journal, all submitted papers are subject to double-blind peer review process. The selected contributions will be published in the second issue of 2021 or in the first one of 2022 (deadline: September 30, 2021). For further details and information, please contact email@example.com. Check the Author Guidelines for more details https://riviste.fupress.net/index.php/bsgi/about/submissions.
Czasopismo Geograficzne is a periodical published since 1923. Its publisher is one of the oldest scientific societies in Poland - the Polish Geographical Society. The seat of the Editorial Office of the journal is the Faculty of Human Geography and Planning of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. The journal is indexed in SCOPUS. Czasopismo Geograficzne is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, open-access scientific journal, currently published as a semi-annual journal. It publishes studies in the following disciplines: socio-economic geography and spatial planning; earth and environmental sciences. The editors also accept scientific papers in the field of architecture and urban planning, environmental engineering, mining and energy if they correspond to the thematic line of the journal and take into account the spatial aspect. Original theoretical or conceptual studies, as well as empirical and experimental studies are particularly desirable. However, they must be distinguished by their deep embeddedness in the literature on the subject. Narrow, contributory local studies, based on a standard methodology and being mainly a presentation of basic data, do not correspond to the current program line of the periodical and are not eligible for publication, even if they are factually correct. Articles in Czasopismo Geograficzne are published in Polish or in English. Please send your papers via the Editor-in-Chief, Cezary Mądry firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Geoadria is a scientific journal that primarily publishes the results of research on the Croatian littoral area and Croatia in general, then the research results of different geographic and geography-related scientific disciplines dealing with the Adriatic area, the Mediterranean and Europe. Papers of any topic dealing with the issues and interactions of physical and human components of the environment using theoretical, methodological or applicable means are welcome. We especially encourage publication of results gained through geospatial tools and methods as well as those that build on previously published research results in Geoadria. Geoadria has been published by the Croatian Geographical Society in Zadar and the Department of Geography, University of Zadar, since 1996. From 2006 onwards, all papers in the journal are published in Croatian and English or only in English (for foreign authors). The journal is published twice a year. Manuscripts are double blind peer-reviewed. The journal does not charge article processing charges (APC). Geoadria is indexed in following databases: Web of Science Core Collection - Emerging Source Citation Index (ESCI), SCOPUS, ERIH PLUS, GEOREF, DOAJ, Current Geographical Publications, Environmental Sciences, GEOBASE (TM), GeoArchive Aquatic Science & Fisheries Abstracts, ProQuest, EBSCO.
For more information about the journal, please visit https://morepress.unizd.hr/journals/geoadria/. Already published issues of the journal are available at https://hrcak.srce.hr/geoadria.
Published by the Institute of Geography of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava since 1949. Geografický časopis is an international, peer-reviewed and open access journal. Journal publishes original and timely scientific articles that advance knowledge in all the fields of geography and contributions from the related disciplines. Papers devoted to geographical research (main focus on Central and Eastern Europe) and to theoretical and methodological questions of geography are especially welcome. Papers are written either in English or Slovak. The Journal is indexed in Web of Science and SCOPUS databases. Geografický časopis welcomes proposals of special issues from EUGEO session organizers as well as contributions from the individual EUGEO participants which will be offered priority support during the review process. For more information about the journal, visit geograficky-casopis.sav.sk. For more details, please contact the editor-in-chief Vladimír Ira (firstname.lastname@example.org) or editorial office of Geografický časopis (email@example.com).
Published since 1895, Geografie is one of the oldest scientific journals in Central Europe. Geografie publishes contributions on all aspects of geography and related disciplines. The open access journal is published quarterly by the Czech Geographical Society and is indexed in the Web of Science (impact factor 0.957) and Scopus. The journal welcomes proposals of special issues from EUGEO session organizers as well as contributions from individual EUGEO participants which will be offered priority support during the review process. Accepted contributions may be published in the online first regime on the journal website, this means before being assigned to a particular issue of the journal, to increase visibility of the articles. For more information about the journal, visit geografie.cz. For more details about this offer, please contact either directly the journal editorial board (executive editor Vít Jančák: firstname.lastname@example.org) or the 8th EUGEO congress organizing committee.
GeoScape was established in 2006 as the first Czech geographical journal with a strict Open-Access policy and is currently indexed in ESCI WoS, Scopus and ERIH+ databases. Its editorial board makes its best to protect the journal’s status as a non-profit publication platform free of any APC (Article Processing Charge). The journal focuses on landscape and territorial research in its broadest meaning. In all its content the journal accentuates the practical implications of the research for public administration, planning, and regional development. Therefore, the papers ideally discuss the relevance of the methodical procedures and of the results for the respective fields. The journal welcomes proposals of special issues from EUGEO session organizers as well as individual contributions from EUGEO participants. All manuscripts submitted as original papers, research reports and discussions are subject to initial evaluation by editorial board and to double-blind peer-review. For more information about the journal, please visit sciendo.com/journal/geosc. For more information about the publication offer, please contact the editorial board directly at email@example.com.
Geotema is the official journal of the AGeI Association of Italian Geographers, established in 1978. The magazine was founded by Alberto Di Blasi in 1995 to give voice to the new paths of geographical research that originate from the activity of Italian universities. It has a quarterly periodicity and is structured in thematic dossiers produced within the AGeI working groups, that is to say by teams of scholars working on a common research topic. The thematic issues are alternated with miscellaneous files and annual supplements. Classified A level scientific journal, it stands out for its contribution to the scientific debate on emerging issues and hosts only original and unpublished articles, in Italian, French, English, Spanish, Portuguese, and German. Therefore, Geotema welcomes the submission proposals deriving from the EUGEO 2021 presentations. The papers submitted for publication are subjected to the binding evaluation of two members of the Review Committee (referees), according to the peer review procedure known as “double blind”. All the issues published from 2009 onwards are available open access through the Association’s website at www.ageiweb.it/geotema/archivio/. More information on the AGeI and its official journal Geotema can be found at www.ageiweb.it.
Hungarian Geographical Bulletin
Published by the Geographical Institute, Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences in Hungary, Hungarian Geographical Bulletin is an international, cross-disciplinary, peer-reviewed and open access journal in the field of geography and the wider geosciences. The journal is issued quarterly both in online and printed versions, and it publishes articles on a wide range of topics in the discipline, discussing both theoretical and empirical results, and both in the fields of physical and human geography. The geographical focus of the journal is on continental Europe, with special emphasis on the post-socialist countries and their geographies. The journal is indexed in Geobase, Scopus, EBSCO, CAB Abstracts and DOAJ databases. This is a high-quality (Q2) journal by Scimago Journal Rankings. Hungarian Geographical Bulletin is looking forward to publish contributions to the 8th EUGEO Congress both as standalone papers or special issues. For more information about the journal, visit ojs.mtak.hu/index.php/hungeobull/index. For more details about this offer please contact the editor-in-chief Zoltan Kovacs (firstname.lastname@example.org).
J-READING – Journal of Research and Didactics in Geography
J-READING was founded in 2012 and it is registered at the Rome Court (Italy). It is a biannual International Journal of the Italian Association of Geography Teachers and it is published online by Nuova Cultura. J-READING has been awarded "Class A" by ANVUR (National Agency for the Evaluation of the University System and Academic Research), placing it at the top of the ranking of Scientific Journals. J-Reading was born with the basic aim of highlighting and enhancing the relationship existing in geography between research and didactics, strategic for the recording of state of the art progress, by means of scientific contributions and comparisons at international level. This basic objective is developed in various directions through theoretical, methodological and applicative research. J-READING also publishes thematic issues, having the added value of providing in-depth geographical considerations and analysis on aspects and phenomena that attract the attention at national and international level. J-READING – which is an international peer-reviewed open access journal that publishes original works – is glad to welcome proposals of thematic issues from EUGEO sessions and also contributions from individual EUGEO participants. These thematic issues and individual contributions will be considered for the number 1 2022 of the Journal (deadline 4th October 2021). For more information about the journal, visit www.j-reading.org/index.php/geography. For further details and information, please contact the editor-in-chief (Cristiano Pesaresi: email@example.com; Editorial Support Davide Pavia: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Prace i Studia Geograficzne (Studies in Geography)
Prace i Studia Geograficzne (wgsr.uw.edu.pl/pisg/?page_id=815) is an open access quarterly journal published by the Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies of the University of Warsaw since 1964 (from 2018 on-line version). The journal publishes original scientific theoretical, empirical, methodological and review articles in Polish or English in the fields of socio-economic geography and physical geography, and related fields such as spatial management, urban studies, sociology, economy and environmental protection. Articles are reviewed by two independent reviewers, maintaining the double-blind review process. The journal is indexed in following databases: Index Copernicus International (ICV 2019 = 100.48), Elsevier-SCOPUS, AGRO, Bibliography of Polish Geography, OCLC WorldCat, Google Scholar, CEEOL. Proposals of special issues from EUGEO session, as well as contributions from individual EUGEO participants are welcome and they will be offered priority support during the review process. Accepted articles may be published in the online version, before being assigned to a particular issue of the journal (“early view”), enabling readers to access information faster. For more details about this service, please contact either directly the journal editorial board (assistant editor Aleksandra Korpysz-Wiśniewska: pisg.reda email@example.com) or the 8th EUGEO congress organizing committee.
Przegląd Geograficzny (Polish Geographical Review) is the longest-running (since 1919) Polish geographical journal with countrywide coverage. The journal publishes original papers that cover a range of theoretical, methodological, and empirical issues, with subject-matter reflecting both main trends as well as an evolution going on in physical or socio-economic geography. Majority of papers is published in Polish, and occasionally in English. The journal is indexed by Scopus, GeoRef, ProQuest-IBBS, Geobase, Current Geographical Publications – Contents, Bibliographie Géographique Internationale. Przegląd Geograficzny is the most cited geographical journal in Polish. The journal welcomes contributions from individual EUGEO participants. Submitted articles will be published in 2022 after positive reviews. For more information about the journal, visit przegladgeograficzny.igipz.pan.pl. For more details on the publication offer, please contact directly the journal editorial office (Tomasz Paczuski, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Rivista Geografica Italiana
The aim of Rivista Geografica Italiana (RGI) is to provide a high-quality forum for Italian and international scholars of geography and related disciplines, who wish to bring their work before the scientific geographical community. RGI is one of the oldest scientific journals in geography in Italy, first published in Florence in 1894. Since then, the strictly scientific nature of its publications has remained a fundamental characteristic of the editorial approach. Today RGI is the pre-eminent vehicle for geographical studies in the Italian linguistic and cultural area, the only Italian human geography journal that is listed in the Scopus repertoire since 2013. English, French, Spanish and Italian are RGI’s official languages. RGI is published quarterly (March, June, September and December) and is available open access starting from vol. 128(1) 2021 (ojs.francoangeli.it). Rivista Geografica Italiana welcomes submissions derived from EUGEO 2021 presentations. These could be submitted in the Articles section. This section includes scientific papers whose originality and quality assessment is subject to the system of blind peer review. Papers published in this section can provide an elaboration and discussion of original empirical material (research articles) or an overview of specific themes or authors (review articles). In both cases, articles must be original and relevant for the advancement of the state-of-the-art of the research area. Please find Author Guidelines at www.francoangeli.it/Riviste/NR/RGI-norme_EN.pdf. For more information about the journal, please visit the website www.rivistageograficaitaliana.it.
Semestrale di Studi e Ricerche di Geografia
The Italian journal Semestrale di Studi e Ricerche di Geografia is a Sapienza University of Rome free international peer-reviewed bi-annual journal now classified in the top class (A) of Scientific Journals by the Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of the University System and Academic Research. Published since 1988, it inherits the tradition of the Pubblicazioni dell’Istituto di Geografia, based in Rome and founded by Roberto Almagià, first published in 1931. The journal website operates on the Open Journal System; Semestrale is sent in print to over 300 universities around the world, too. The Semestrale publishes papers which apply multiple points of view and employ interdisciplinary methodologies to address territorial issues and phenomena, with a specific focus on mobility and migration, gender studies, territorial identities, landscape and memory, visual representations, and urban geography. The journal welcomes proposals of special issues from EUGEO session organizers as well as contributions from individual EUGEO participants. For more information about the journal, visit hrosa.uniroma1.it. For more details, please contact the journal editorial board (editor-in-chief Riccardo Morri: email@example.com; editorial board’s chief Sandra Leonardi: firstname.lastname@example.org).