Norwegian Journal of Geography / Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift
The essential journal for Norwegian geographic research. Encompasses physical and human geography. Norsk geografisk tidsskrift, published since 1926, is a continuation of Norsk Geografisk Aarbog (1889-1921) and is associated with the Norwegian Geographical Society. The journal reflects the many facets of geography and tries to take an all-round geographic view, both regionally and thematically, by striking a nearly equal balance between physical and human geographic material. Primarily the journal aims at presenting Norwegian geographic research directed towards the problems and areas with and in which Norwegian researchers are working. In addition, the journal publishes articles by foreign authors, dealing with geographic themes based on studies in Norway or articles concerning geographic conditions of interest to Norwegian geographers. From 1 January 1999, Norsk geografisk tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography changed editorship. The editors are: Bernd Etzelmüller with special responsibility for geomorphology, glaciology, geocryology, geographical information technology and remote sensing. Mary Edwards with special responsibility for biogeography, landscape ecology, paleoecology and climate-related studies. Michael Jones with special responsibility for human geography.
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