Caribbean Geography is a journal dedicated to the advancement of geography in the region. Articles span the entire field of geography as it relates to the Caribbean region, including planning, environment, culture and development. The region is defined broadly, and includes the countries bordering the Caribbean Basin and the Guianas. The journal is a forum for the dissemination of research, ideas and educational material. It is aimed at universities, colleges and schools, and the many professional geographers working in the region's public and private sector institutions. Caribbean Geography appears in two issues per year. All articles are subject to international peer review by referees who reside both inside and outside the region.
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