Geotourism/Geoturystyka

geotourism

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION for AUTHORS - only article that:

can be qualified for publication in the GEOTOURISM journal.


Additional information: 

The GEOTOURISM (Geoturystyka) magazine, published by the AGH University of Science and Technology, present scientific and information papers as well as survey reports devoted to all aspects of global geotourism. Magazine is intended for anyone interested in promotion and protection of geological heritage, geological education and the popularization of Earth Sciences. Journal focuses on geological and geomorphological issues in tourism but also on wider geographical context as well as impacts of geotourism in social, economic, and cultural aspects.

The main scopes include:
  • presentation of unique sites and areas of geological and geomorphological values in terms of the ability to create geotourist attraction
  • comparative analysis of the existing geo-infrastructure in various countries
  • valuation methodology of the natural environment in tourism
  • ways to share to explore of geosites and create geo-product
  • method of interpretation of geological knowledge to a wider audience
  • methods for creating an geotourist object, its functions and importance
  • providing service facilities in geotourism
  • research problems of geodiversity assessment
  • geological education at different levels of didactic issues
  • importance of the geotourism in geoconservation and the methods of protecting geosites against tourist traffic
  • create and manage of geoparks
  • planning and management in geotourism

Announcements

 

Forthcoming GEOTOURISM issue 3-4(46-47)2016

 

Anna Chrobak ‒ Valorisation and categorisation of the geosites in the Podtatrze area (Southern Poland).

Diana Dryglas, Andrzej Hadzik – The development of the thermal tourism market in Poland.

Radosław Wasiluk, Barbara Radwanek-Bąk, Bogusław Bąk, Robert Kopciowski, Tomasz Malata, Alicja Kochman, Andrzej Świąder – A Conception of a Mountain Geopark in a SPA region; example of a projected Geopark „Wisłok Valley - The Polish Texas”, in the Krosno region.

Martin Klempa, Petr Bujok, Michal Porzer – The Development of the Industrial City Hodonín (Czech Republic) from the Perspective of Tourism.

Mateusz Rogowski – The potential of the Sudetes Mountains for the Development of Geotouristic products.

 
Posted: 2017-06-20
 
More Announcements...

No 44-45 (2016)


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