We are delighted to announce that the Society’s new open access journal, Geo: Geography and Environment, has published its first paper: a commentary, co-authored by Sabina Leonelli, Daniel Spichtinger and Barbara Prainsack, entitled ‘Sticks and carrots: encouraging open science at its source’.
Geo is a fully open access journal which means that all published articles are immediately free to read and download online via the journal’s Wiley Online Library.
The journal has an associate Twitter account (@GeoOpenAccess) and blog where you can keep up-to-date with Geo’s latest papers and participate in discussions and debates surrounding the journal’s publications.
With a number of papers in production, and others in review, watch this space for more news on Geo publications.
[In-person] This talk explains how and why local geographical factors were crucial in influencing a battle which determined the fate of the English crown and the subsequent history of the nation.
8 March 2022
Ahead of the opening of the Earth Photo exhibition to the public next week, we caught up with one of the shortlisted photographers, TJ Watt, whose images appear in the Changing Forests category.
20 July 2021
Popular photography magazine Outdoor Photography features our Earth Photo competition and exhibition in their August issue, which is on newsstands now.
28 June 2019
Conwy Borough Council is using Unique Street Reference Numbers (USRN) to keep its asset management system up to date and help public services run more efficiently.
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