South Australian Geographical Journal
The Society’s Journal is produced about once a year. It carries refereed research papers and other articles relating to the geography of South Australia and its immediate vicinity. In 1987 the Proceedings became the South Australian Geographic Journal. In 2018 the journal will be published online for the first time. A few previous issues are available online.
The journal remains committed to its goals which are to;
(i) contribute theoretical, conceptual and/or empirical interventions to the advancement of both geography and ideas pertaining to ‘public relevance’,
(ii) to stimulate and shape public and policy-orientated agendas across human and physical geography, and
(iii) evaluate how and why geographical knowledge is used to influence and underpin local and national policies.
In particular the online version now enables us to communicate ‘cutting-edge’ research in an accessible manner. In a world that is beset by wicked problems on an hitherto unprecedented scale, the explorations and types of interdisciplinary research and insights that only a discipline like geography can offer, reminds us that geography, now more than ever, matters.
Electronic submission as Word documents is encouraged. Please email manuscripts to the editor, Dr Melissa Nursey-Bray firstname.lastname@example.org
Journal Indexes and Contents
Volume 110 (2012) has the following Research Papers:-
– Julian Edmund Tenison Woods: geologist in South Australia. ( John G Wilson).
– Evidence for the nature of vegetation at the time of European settlement. (Bill Semple)
– The Apollo expeditions and dust on the moon. (Brian J O’Brien)
– Classics of South Australian geography : Instructions for the interior survey of South Australia. Section 1 : Duties in the field. (Edward Charles Frome 1840)
For reference to back issues there is an index of contents for the series volumes 85 to 107 (1985 to 2008).
For the contents of earlier volumes contact the Society’s Library. Copies of volumes published since 1990 are available for purchase.
For the full set of the Proceedings and the Journal there is an index of topics for volumes 1 to 108 (1885 to 2009).