International Journal of Geography, Geoinformatics & Geographic Information Science (ISSN 2576-0068)


All authors are invited submit their research papers and contributions describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas of Geography, Geoinformatics and Geographic Information Systems/Science.

IJGGIS publishes original research papers within but not limited to the following scope:
 

Physical Geography

Human Geography

GIS

Regional Geography

Geoinformatics

•Biogeography

•Climatology & meteorology

•Coastal geography

•Environmental management

•Geodesy

•Geomorphology

•Glaciology

•Hydrology

& hydrography

•Landscape

ecology

•Oceanography

•Pedology

•Palaeogeography

•Quaternary

science

•Glaciology

•Landscape

ecology

•Oceanography

•Pedology

•Palaeogeography

•Quaternary

science

•Cultural geography

•Development

geography

•Economic

geography

•Health geography

•Historical & Time

geog.

•Political geog. & Geopolitics

•Pop. geog. or Demography

•Religion geography

•Social geography

•Transportation

geography

•Tourism geography

•Urban geography

•Behavioral

geography

•Feminist

geography

•Culture theory

•Geosophy

•Ethnography

 

•Geomatics

•Digital Elevation

Model (DEM)

•spatial analysis,

•Geographic

information

systems (GIS),

•Remote sensing,

•Global

positioning

systems

(GPS).

•Address

geocoding

•Geocoding

•Reverse

geocoding

•Multi-criteria

decision analysis

•Data output

and cartography

•Graphic display techniques

•GIS data mining

•GIS or spatial

data mining

•Regionalization, and delimitation

Related fields

•Urban planning,

•Regional planning, and

•Spatial planning:

•Regional science:

•Regional economics,

•Resource management,

•Location theory,

•Urban and regional planning,

•Transport and communication,

•Population distribution,

•Landscape ecology,

•Environmental quality.

•Interplanetary Sciences:

Techniques

•Geographic information systems (GIS).

•Cartography

•Remote sensing

•Quantitative methods

•Geostatistics

•Qualitative methods

 

•Cartography.

•Geodesy.

•Global Navigation

Satellite Systems.

•Photogrammetry.

•Remote Sensing.

•Spatial Analysis.

•Web mapping.

•GIS techniques

and technology

•Map Projections,

coordinate systems,

and registration

•Spatial analysis

with geographical

information

system (GIS)

•Data Capture

•Data analysis

•Topological modelling

•Geometric networks

•Hydrological modelling

•Cartographic modelling

•Map overlay

•Geostatistics

 


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