Aims and scope

The Journal of Geodesy is an international journal concerned with the study of scientific problems of geodesy and related interdisciplinary sciences. Peer-reviewed papers are published on theoretical or modeling studies, and on results of experiments and interpretations. Besides original research papers, the journal includes commissioned review papers on topical subjects, occasional short notes on topics with broad significance to the readership, and special issues arising from e.g. scientific symposia or workshops. The journal covers the whole range of geodetic science and reports on theoretical and applied studies in research areas such as

Positioning

Reference frame

Geodetic networks

Modeling and quality control

Space geodesy

Remote sensing

Gravity fields

Geodynamics