Geographical and Environmental Modelling
Geogr Environ Model
ISSN (printed): 1361-5939. ISSN (electronic): 1469-8323.
Discontinued in 2002. Geographical & Environmental Modelling is an international journal of choice in its field. It is at the global forefront of research and commentary in the modelling of contemporary ecological, social and spatial problems. Its perspective is truly international, with Regional Editors encouraging submissions from every corner of the world. A Special Editor in Women's and Gender Studies supports publication in feminist and gender issues in geographical, environmental, and spatial modelling. Typical papers focus on the modelling of spatial topics in disciplines as diverse as anthropology and archaeology, civil engineering, ecology, economics, environmental studies, geography, geosciences, history, mathematics and statistics, planning, political science, psychology, regional science, sociology, and women's and gender studies. Approaches to modelling should be conceptual or mathematical, empirical or theoretical. Critique and commentary, and especially debate and dialogue, are welcome and encouraged. In addition to the presentation of the results of empirical model building, debates about purpose, methodology, and relevance are conspicuous in the journal. Efforts to remodel - to rethink the status quo - are supported, as are efforts to remodel existing theories in a gender sensitive manner. New and innovative approaches to spatial, ecological and environmental modelling are encouraged. A journal is defined by the nature of the contributions to it. Geographical & Environmental Modelling is a beacon to those modellers who are interested in contributing to the international body of knowledge in which the spatial dimension plays a significant role. Submissions will be refereed vigorously, with an eye to promoting outstanding scholarship in the journal that intends to be the world leader in the field of geographical and environmental modelling.
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