Oldest geospatial journal promoted to SCI-E status

By on 30 September, 2020

The oldest academic journal on geospatial information, has been promoted to Science Index Expanded status (SCI-E).

Established in 1998, Geographical Information Science has recently been upgraded to SCI-E from ESCI (Emerging Sources Citation Index) by Clarivale Analytics.

The change in status reflects a considerably improved impact factor, assessed on the peer review process, regularity of publication, editorial team and other factors.

Geographical Information Science is an open access journal published on behalf of Wuhan University by Taylor and Frances in the UK, with all published articles freely available online.

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