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The journal "Miscellanea Geographica – Regional Studies on Development" has been published by the Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies at the University of Warsaw since 1984.
The aim of the journal is to present the diversity of geography and to form a contemporary image of the subject as an interdisciplinary science. We therefore publish research papers and review articles on physical, socio-economic and regional geography, as well as papers outlining research results from the fields of social studies, historical and political studies, regional studies and regional economics – from the local, regional and even the global perspective. MG-RSD is intended to be of particular interest to those conducting research into the contemporary problems of development – its natural, social and economic circumstances, as well as its effects. Research published in the journal covers issues of sustainable development, contemporary climate change, the spatial aspects of demographic processes (especially migration and urbanization), as well as modern methods of measuring and diagnosing these processes (geoinformation and remote sensing of the environment) in natural resources, social systems and the built environment, and relevant developments in geography in both developed and developing countries.
"Miscellanea Geographica" presents original and previously unpublished papers. The texts are subjected to double blind peer review by at least two independent reviewers.
The review form with the questions answered by reviewers is attached in section For Authors. Furthermore, the responsibilities of reviewers are listed in Publication Ethics Statement attached in section For Authors.
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"MISCELLANEA GEOGRAPHICA – Regional Studies on Development” (formerly “MISCELLANEA GEOGRAPHICA”) launched in 1984 is interdisciplinary in nature, which allows for presentation and confrontation of research results in:
concerning foremost problems related to broadly understood development, as well as natural, social and economic conditions in various regions of the world.
The published texts are of high quality and not published before.
Papers contain up-to-date research results written by both Polish and foreign authors.
The Open Access model allows access to its target audience and the peer-review system by at least two reviewers together with the outstanding scientists of the advisory board, ensures that quality is maintained throughout.
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The editorial board is participating in a growing community of Similarity Check System's users in order to ensure that the content published is original and trustworthy. Similarity Check is a medium that allows for comprehensive manuscripts screening, aimed to eliminate plagiarism and provide a high standard and quality peer-review process.
The Volume 22 (2018) was dedicated to the 100th anniversary of geography at the University of Warsaw. The task: Congress of Polish Geography is financed under contract no. 569/P-DUN/2018 by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education from funds for Science Dissemination Activities
The task: Digitalization of archival volumes I-XIV (1984-2010) of the journal "Miscellanea Geographica - Regional Studies on Development" and publication on the Internet in open access is financed under contract no. 539/P-DUN/2018 by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education from funds for Science Dissemination Activities.
Open Access Statement
The journal is an Open Access journal that allows a free unlimited access to all its contents without any restrictions upon publication to all users.
Authors of articles published in MG-RSD retain the copyright of their articles (for further details, see the Open Access License in section For Authors). The articles are published under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License.