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The editors are committed to make GeoJournal a forum for scientific discussions going on within the International Geographical Union as well as a vehicle for the dissemination of IGU information. It is their intention to encourage high quality contributions from a wide variety of national backgrounds and substantive viewpoints for presentation to the members of the international scientific community, geographers and others interested in this field.
ASFA 2 , Ocean Technology, Policy and Non-Living Resources, ASFA 3, Aquatic Pollution and Environmental Quality, CAB Abstracts, CABS, Compendex, Ecology Abstracts, Environment Abstracts/Enviroline, FRANCIS - INIST / CNRS, GeoArchive, Geobase, GeoRef, IBIDS, Inspec, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, International Current Awareness Services, Medline, Oceanic Abstracts, Pollution Abstracts, SCOPUS
I. Max Barlow
Dept. of Geography, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada
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