International Journal of Geoheritage and Parks

Authors: Dongying Wei*,
Topics: Applied Geography, Regional Geography, Geomorphology
Keywords: geoheritage, parks, natural heritage, Protected areas
Session Type: Poster
Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GEOHERITAGE AND PARKS
The International Journal of Geoheritage and Parks is a, referred, multidisciplinary, international journal concerned with the management, policies, education, tourism, interpretation, economics, museology, protection and sustainable development of global geoheritage and parks. Here, geoheritage and parks includes geoparks, national parks, protected areas, World Heritage sites, and other globally significant sites recognized for their geologic and geographical value. Covering methods and practice of geoheritage studies, the journal explores the ways of conservation and sustainable development of parks. The journal seeks to promote divergent and pluralistic visions, ideas and opinions about geoheritage and parks.

AIMS & SCOPE

The papers, ideally, will be based on both conceptual and empirical studies and will be primarily geoheritage and parks focused. Our goal is to explore the ways of the conservation and sustainable development of geoheritage and parks and promote divergent and pluralistic visions, ideas and opinions about the geoheritage and parks.
This is a largely social-sciences-focused journal. The methods and practice of geoheritage and parks, including geoparks, national parks, protected areas, World Heritage sites, and other globally significant sites recognized for their geologic and geographical values, will be included. Natural and physical scientists writing for a social science audience are also welcome contributors. To the extent possible, we will try to make the journal cross-disciplinary and transnational in scope.
All articles that will be published in this journal will be taken rigorous peer view, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing by independent expert referees.

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