ISSN: 2630-5070(Online)

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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
  • Climate Change and Environment

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Journal of Geographical Research is an Open Access Journal under Bilingual Publishing CO. All articles published in Journal of Geographical Research are accessible electronically from the journal website without the need for subscription fees or other forms of payment from the readers. In order to ensure our content is freely available for the benefit of a wider audience while uncompromising our journal quality, an Article Processing Charge (APC) is applicable to all authors who wish to submit their articles to the journal. The APC is intended to cover the underlying costs of article processing, such as peer-review, copyediting, typesetting, publishing, content depositing and archiving processes. Those charges are applicable only to authors whose manuscripts have been successfully accepted after peer-review.

Journal TitleAPC(USD)
Journal of Geographical Research$800

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Announcements

 

An ancient snake's cheekbone sheds light on evolution of modern snake skulls 100-million-year old legged snake fossil provides critical insight into how the heads of modern snakes evolved

 
The researchers examined a strikingly well-preserved fossil of the rear-limbed snake Najash rionegrina, found in Argentina. The study shows that nearly 100 million years ago, these legged snakes still had a cheekbone -- also known as a jugal bone -- that has all but disappeared in their modern descendants.(University of Alberta)  
Posted: 2019-11-22
 
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Vol 2, No 2 (2019)

Table of Contents

Articles

Levent Yilmaz
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Jun Zhao, Guobiao LI, Paul A. Selden
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Mirko Andreja Borisov
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Review

Krystle Ontong
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