Journal of Maps Student Edition: Table of Contents
The Journal of Maps Student Edition offers students (both undergraduate and postgraduate) the opportunity to publish their work at an early stage in their career. This constitutes an excellent opportunity in understanding, and learning from, the publishing process, as well as making high quality material that would otherwise remain unpublished, available to the wider research community. All papers submitted are reviewed by two internal referees and constructive feeback returned to the student.
The Journal of Maps was established to address deficiencies in the publication of maps, specifically, the abilitly to publish in colour at any size. The journal is electronic only and open access. Publication is funded through a nominal submission fee, currently £15 for the Student Edition. Students additionally require a signed letter of recommendation from their supervisor/project PI and articles should conform to standard JoM articles. Please contact the Editor prior to submission.
Khalid, F. and Babb, R. (2008) Hazard and Risk Assessment from Hurricane Ivan (2004) in Grenada using Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing. Journal of Maps Student Edition, v2008, 4-10.
Hall, J. (2008) The identification of different ice facies on the North Patagonian Icefield (Chile) from ETM+ and ASTER images using a rule-based classification. Journal of Maps Student Edition, v2008, 11-22.
Burberry, C.M., Cosgrove, J.W. and Lui, J-G. (2007) Stream network characteristics used to infer the distribution of fold types in the Zagros Simply Folded Belt, Iran. Journal of Maps Student Edition, v2007, 32-45.
Nyari, D., Kiss, T. and Sipos, G. (2007) Investigation of Holocene blown-sand movement based on archaeological findings and OSL dating, Danube-Tisza Interfluve, Hungary. Journal of Maps Student Edition, v2007, 46-57.