About the Journal

Geodesy and Cartography publishes original research in the fields of geodesy, cartography, remote sensing, geoinformation systems, geoscience, land management and environmental sciences. More information ...

Current Issue

Published: 2020-12-16


Refraction correction in precise leveling observations for national leveling network first order

Nikolay Dimitrov, Ivan Georgiev, Petar Danchev
Abstract 445 | PDF Downloads 161

Page 159-162

A web-based GIS portal for simulating geodetic control networks in Republic of Kenya

David Maina Ndirangu, Benson Kipkemboi Kenduiywo, Edward Hunja Waithaka
Abstract 294 | PDF Downloads 153

Page 170-181

Mine technical system with repeated geotechnology within new frames of sustainable development of underground mining of caved deposits of the Zhezkazgan field

Dossanbay Bekbergenov, Gulnar Jangulova, Khaini-Kamal Kassymkanova, Bakytbek Bektur
Abstract 122 | PDF Downloads 69

Page 182-187

Cartographic analysis of tourist attractive regions using GIS technologies

Viktoriia Lepetiuk
Abstract 204 | PDF Downloads 119

Page 188-193

Change detection and GIS-based fuzzy AHP to evaluate the degradation and reclamation land of Tikrit City, Iraq

Muntadher Aidi Shareef, Mohammed Hashim Ameen, Qayssar Mahmood Ajaj
Abstract 134 | PDF Downloads 74

Page 194-203

After seven years of partnership with Taylor & Francis in co-publishing of Geodesy and Cartography, we are proud to announce that from 2018 Geodesy and Cartography will be published by VGTU Press as an Open Access journal. All future articles will be published under a CC-BY 4.0 licence. All published papers are expected to be uploaded into the new journal system by the end of 2018 and will be accessible under the same CC-BY 4.0 licence. In the meantime you can find the journal archive on the Taylor & Francis platform http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tgac20

Currently, we are still in the process of improving our new journal system by uploading archives, and implementing tools to make the publishing process more effective. Such major changes require a lot of work and the VGTU Press team is dedicated to do their best through the transition period. Therefore, we appreciate your patience during this period, and we would be grateful for any feedback that will help improve the new system - to send your comments please e-mail  eleidyba@vgtu.lt

We are confident that publishing the journal Open Access will increase its impact and reach, and we encourage all authors to submit their papers to Geodesy and Cartography.