An interdisciplinary journal for all Researchers and students of environmental studies with an interest in the geographical and spatial aspects of environments.
Natural Environment Change is an international journal devoted to contemporary research on Natural Environment and geography. It provides an arena for scholarly analysis addressing the intersection of geography and environmental studies. From various disciplinary and methodological perspectives, and from vantage points embedded in diverse locations. It welcomes theories, methods and methodologies that advance our understanding of the geographic and multiscalar of Natural Environment Change.
The journal seeks to publish relevant research but requires engagement with theoretical issues and the relevant debates in the field of Natural Environment Change. The journal is open to work from other disciplines that engage contemporary literature in Natural Environment Change, including Climate Changes, Geology and Geomorphology, Quaternary research and other environment changes issues.
Natural Environment Change is the flagship journal of Environment Study and research on the all aspects of environment changes. The journal brings together leading contributions in its field, promoting international and interdisciplinary communication. Research emphases cover all scales of inquiry and diverse theories, methods, and methodologies. Examples include, but are not limited to:
•Climate Changes • Environment Change and Soil • Natural Environment Change and Human Response • flora and fauna changes • Geology and Geomorphology Changes in Quaternary • Hydrology and Oceanography
Innovative, high-quality insights into the complex relationship between space and power are published as full-length article.
Peer Review Policy: All papers are reviewed by international peer reviewers, on the basis of which they are accepted, rejected or subject to revisions. All peer review is double blind and submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts.