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Landform Analysis

SJIF 2021:
Under evaluation
Area: Natural science
Evaluated version: online
Previous evaluation SJIF
2020: Not indexed
2019: 7.254
2018: 7.014
2017: 6.436
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Basic information  
Main title Landform Analysis
ISSN 2081-5980 (E) / 1429-799X (P)
Country  Poland
Journal's character Scientific
Frequency Irregular
License Free for non-commercial use
Texts availability Free
Contact Details  
Editor-in-chief Prof. Zbigniew Zwolinski
  Institute of Geoecology and Geoinformation
Publisher Stowarzyszenie Geomorfologów Polskich
  Krygowskiego 10 61-680 Poznan Poland
Journal's description  
The purpose of the Landform Analysis journal/book series is to publish papers and monographs of high scientific or practical interest in any aspects of geomorphological studies. It comprises research into landforms and geomorphological processes. Topics include analytical techniques/methods to regional/global and dynamic aspects of geomorphic systems. Language of the journal/series is English and/or Polish. Journal has Open Access statement.
Landform Analysis publishes double-blind peer-reviewed papers across the full scope of the geomorphology from theoretical considerations to applied approaches. Geomorphological works with a broad environmental aspect, e.g. geological, stratigraphical, lithological, hydrological climatological etc., are particularly valuable. Scope of Landform Analysis includes all geomorphological aspects of processes, landforms and deposits: tectonic, structural, volcanic, denudational, mass movement (slope), fluvial, glacial, proglacial, periglacial, paraglacial, karstic, aeolian, littoral, coastal, marine and so on, and also geohazards, geodiversity and geoheritage. Particular emphasis is placed on the geomorphology of the Pleistocene, Quaternary and Holocene ages and from local to global spatial scales. Articles on geomorphological matters of methods, quantitative analyses, modelling, GIS, LiDAR, and remote sensing are also accepted.
Landform Analysis publishes: monographs, original scientific papers, short scientific news, polemics concerning the papers published in Landform Analysis, and paid advertisements concerning scientific equipment and publications.

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