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European Journal of Geography

The publication of the European Journal of Geography (EJG) is based on the European Association of Geographers goal to make European Geography a worldwide reference and standard. Thus, the scope of the EJG 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. Submissions should are encouraged to have a European dimension.
 
The European Journal of Geography is a peer-reviewed open access journal. Articles and book reviews are published under free licenses, and anyone is allowed to read, download, copy, and distribute them.
 
Contributions to the EJG are welcomed. They should conform to the Instructions for Authors and submitted electronically, while books for review should be sent to the editor. The content of this journal does not necessarily represent the views or policies of EUROGEO except where explicitly identified as such.
 
 
A fine journal with excellent and widely cited papers on European geography
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© EUROGEO, 2010
ISSN 1792-1341
 
 
The European Journal of Geography is published by EUROGEO - the European Association of Geographers (www.eurogeography.eu).

 

 
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