The journal was established in 2006 strictly following the Open-Access policy. Its editorial board makes its best to protect the journal’s status as a non-profit publication platform free of any APC (Article Processing Charge). It is also for this reason that the journal is published only in electronic form. Volumes preceding 2014 can be found atlsru.geography.ujep.cz/research.html
The journal focuses on landscape and territorial research in its broadest meaning. It addresses the territorial organization of society and environment from the perspective of various hierarchic levels, functional and developmental dimensions and their mutual relations. The aim of the journal is to establish a common platform for the publication of research on ecological and environmental issues, social dimension of sustainability, economic geography and regional development, cross-border cooperation and political strategies influencing the landscape, spatial planning, regional development and policies at different scales. The interdisciplinarity is strongly encouraged.
In all its content the journal accentuates the practical implications of the research for public administration, planning, and regional development. Therefore, ideally, the papers discuss the relevance of the methodical procedures and of the results for the respective fields.
The journal welcomes papers that suite one of the following categories: original papers, research reports and discussion papers (see author guidelines for details). All manuscripts submitted as original papers, research reports and discussions are subject to initial evaluation by editorial board and to double-blind peer-review.
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The journal addresses researchers in geographical and environmental fields, professionals as well as decision makers in social sciences and regional development, planning, public administration and policy. It provides up-to-date research results together with discussion of its implications for the respective fields.
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Editor-in-Chief Martin Balej (J. E. Purkyně University, Czech Republic)
Deputy/ Managing Editor Pavel Raška (J. E. Purkyně University, Czech Republic)
Editorial Board Jiří Anděl (J. E. Purkyně University, Czech Republic) Ivan Bičík (Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic) Martin Boltižiar (Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovakia) Oleg Golubchikov (Cardiff University, United Kingdom) Thomas Hartmann (Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands) Robert Hassink (University of Kiel, Germany) Petr Hlaváček (J. E. Purkyně University, Czech Republic) Tomasz Kaczmarek (Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland) Karel Kirchner (Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic) Thanassis Kizos (University of Aegean, Greece) Jaroslav Koutský (J. E. Purkyně University, Czech Republic) Zoltán Kovács (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary) Martin Myant (European Trade Union Institute, Brussels, Belgium) Tomáš Oršulák (Kadaň Grammar School, Czech Republic) Matthias Pietsch (Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Germany) Andrea Emma Pravitasari (Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia) Garri Raagmaa (Tartu University, Estonia) Štefan Rehák (University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia) Petr Rumpel (University of Ostrava, Czech Republic) Matej Vojtek (Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovakia) Chung-Tong Wu (Western Sydney University, Australia) Jan Ženka (University of Ostrava, Czech Republic)
Technical Editor Martin Dolejš (J. E. Purkyně University, Czech Republic)