About this book series

Now accepted for Scopus! Content available on the Scopus site in summer 2021.

This book series serves as a broad platform for scientific contributions in the field of human geography and its sub-disciplines. The series, which published its first volume in 1984, explores theoretical approaches and new perspectives and developments in the field of human geography.

Some topics covered by the series are:

- Economic Geography

- Political Geography

- Cultural Geography

- Historical Geography

- Health and Medical Geography

- Environmental Geography and Sustainable Development

- Legal Geography and Policy

- Urban Geography

- Geospatial Techniques

- Urban Planning and Development

- Land Use Modelling

- and much more 

Publishing a broad portfolio of peer-reviewed scientific books, GeoJournal Library invites book proposals for research monographs and edited volumes. The books can range from theoretical approaches to empirical studies and contain interdisciplinary approaches, case studies and best-practice assessments. The books in the series provide a great resource to academics, researchers and practitioners in the field.

This book series contains subseries
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Electronic ISSN
2215-0072
Print ISSN
0924-5499
Series Editor
  • Barney Warf

Book titles in this series

Abstracted and indexed in

  1. Geobase
  2. SCOPUS