AUC Geographica (Acta Universitatis Carolinae Geographica) is a scholarly academic journal continuously published since 1966 that publishes research in the broadly defined field of geography: physical geography, geo-ecology, regional, social, political and economic geography, regional development, cartography, geoinformatics, demography and geo-demography.
AUC Geographica also publishes articles that contribute to advances in geographic theory and methodology and address the questions of regional, socio-economic and population policy-making in Czechia.
Periodical twice yearly.
Release dates: June 30, December 31
All articles are licenced under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence (CC BY 4.0), have DOI and are indexed in CrossRef database.
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The journal has been indexed by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MSHE) on the list of scientific journals recommended for authors to publish their articles. ICI World of Journals; Acta Universitatis Carolinae, Geographica.
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AUC GEOGRAPHICA, Vol 49 No 1 (2014)
Geodetic monitoring methods of landslide-prone regions – application to Rabenov
Jaroslav Braun, Pavel Hánek
Variability of the Morphometric Characteristics of Valley Networks Caused by Variations in a Scale
Marek Křížek, Michal Kusák
The application of non-destructive methods to assess the stability of the national nature monument of the Pravčická Brána Rock Arch, Czech Republic
Zuzana Vařilová, Jiří Zvelebil, František Hubatka, Vojtěch Beneš, Josef Frolka
Sweeping ethno-demographic changes in Kazakhstan during the 20th century: A dramatic story of mass migration waves. Part I: From the turn of the 19th century to the end of the Soviet era
Ainur Saparbekova, Jiřina Kocourková, Tomáš Kučera
210 x 297 mm
published: 2 x per year
print price: 200 czk