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.
Applications are now open for a PhD studentship on the Society’s Collections, as part of our Collaborative Doctoral Awards programme.
19 February 2020
December has seen climate change frequently hitting the headlines as 23,000 delegates from 197 states participated in the 24th Conference of the Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24).
21 December 2018
Peter wrestled with modernity in Mongolia, seeing how old traditions survive in a modern world. The Grand Alpine Tour team travelled the length of the Alps, using new technologies to explore landscape change.
19 January 2015
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