About the Journal

Focus and Scope

Geografski vestnik (Geographical Bulletin) is the oldest Slovenian scientific geographical journal (since 1925). The journal publishes papers from all fields of geography and other sciences related to spatial analysis and environment research (e.g. forestry, ecology, surveying, remote sensing, sociology, economy).

The main aim of the journal is to publish high quality research results from different research fields of geography and related sciences. Besides publishing original research papers part of the journal is dedicated to the development of quantitative and qualitative methods, use of geographic information systems, data collection and terminology in geography.

Peer Review Process

All articles are examinated by the editor upon receipt. Afterwards the authors are usually asked to correct or change the article. After the articles have been corrected they are sent to anonymous peer-review. The reviewers receive an article without the author’s name, and the author receives the review(s) without the reviewer’s names. If the reviews do not require the article to be corrected, the review will not be sent to the author. If the size of the text fails to comply with the provisions for publication, the author shall allow the text to be appropriately modified according to the judgment of the publisher. The article may be rejected for publication by the reviewers or by the editors.

Publication Frequency

Geografski vestnik is published twice a year (two issues per volume).

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Journal History

The journal is the oldest Slovenian scientific geographical journal and thus it has long tradition with well-established editorial and review system. Its first issue was published in 1925. The publishing period proves that papers published in the journal have certain scientific quality and adequate number of readers. Majority of the papers are published in Slovene with summaries published in English. Some of the papers (including special issues that are published entirely in English) are published in English and thus the journal can be interesting also for non-Slovenian researchers. The journal is freely available at the web site and no registration is required.
More about the journal's history is available here.