ISSN: 2630-5070(Online)

Journal of Geographical Research publishes original research articles that offers a rapid review and publication that freely disseminates research findings in all areas of Geography including Risks and Disasters, Rural Geography, Spatial Analysis and Modeling, Economic Geography and more. The Journal focuses on innovations of research methods at all stages and is committed to providing theoretical and practical experience for all those who are involved in these fields.

Journal of Geographical Research aims to discover innovative methods, theories and studies in all aspects of Geography by publishing original articles, case studies and comprehensive reviews.

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Rural Geography
  • Legal Geography
  • Cultural Geography
  • Risks and Disasters
  • Spatial Analysis and Modeling
  • Economic Geography
  • Health Geography
  • Urban Geography
  • Geodetics
  • Paleontology
  • Geographic Information System
  • Geomorphology
  • Cartography
  • Climate Change and Environment

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Vol 4, No 4 (2021)

Table of Contents


Fredrick Ruguma Tumwine, Hosea Opedes, Jennifar Tumushabe

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Abstract: Kyabwanswa Rural Integrated Farming Systems (KRIFS) is a Community Based Organization (CBO) with its Head Office in Kitagwenda Town Council. KRIFS quartet model involves emphasis of integrating four agricultural activities namely: Apiculture, agro-forestry, coffee and at least one type of livesto...
F. S. Nalwanga, M. Sowman, P. I. Mukwaya, P Musali, A. Nimusiima, I. Mugume, H. Opedes, G. N. Nabonoga

Views - 103  (Abstract)
Abstract: Climate change affects both men and women which, in turn, shapes their varied and contrasting perceptions of climate variability and change. This paper examined the gendered perceptions of climate variability and change among local communities in Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda.The object...
Giuseppe Caristi, Roberto Guarneri, Sabrin Lo Bosco

Views - 68  (Abstract)
Abstract: In this paper we show how it can be useful to the probability of intersections in the determination of a classification rule for raster conversions in Geographical Information System (GIS) and GRASS GIS for the Road Network Analysis (RNA). We use a geometric probabilities approach for irregular p...
Gema Marco Dos Santos, Jose Navarro-Pedreño, Ignacio Meléndez-Pastor, Ignacio Gómez Lucas

Views - 99  (Abstract)
Abstract: Reservoirs play an important role in water management and are key elements for water supply. Monitoring is needed in order to guarantee the quantity and quality of stored water. However, this task is sometimes not easy. The objective of this study was to develop a procedure for predicting volume ...
Keith Hollinshead, Vannsy Kuon

Views - 42  (Abstract)
Abstract: In general,this manuscript critiques the contemporary dynamisms of the formation/deformation of the cultural sphere under the increased mobilisations of globalization.In particular,it inspects the symphysis [ SYMPHYSIS] between...


Angel Paniagua

Views - 66  (Abstract)
Abstract: The past has had a minor consideration in geographic studies the transformation of rural areas, usually dominated by socioeconomic analysis. Incorporating the old and in many cases, the materialities of the past through a reconsideration of heritage to the future of rural space requires an adequa...



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