Revue Roumaine de Géographie / Romanian Journal of Geography
Beginning with volume 53/2009, Revue Roumaine de Géographie/Romanian Journal of Geography, published under the aegis of the Romanian Academy, is issued twice a year. The publication of the journal in a new format is subject to a peer-review process undertaken by a group of prestigious scientists. This aims to continue past preoccupations and enlarge international relations by including outstanding studies of foreign researchers.
The journal, founded in 1957, was titled Revue Roumaine de Géologie, et de Géographie until 1963, Revue Roumaine de Géologie, Géophysique, et de Géographie, Série de géographie, between 1964-1989, and Revue Roumaine de Géographie from 1990 to 2009, one issue/year.
The journal, permanently issued under the aegis of the Romanian Academy, reflected developments and trends in Romanian Geography, also publishing many of the most valuable research results obtained in this country. In time, it included papers presented at international scientific events held in Romania, among which articles written by foreign specialists.
The host of problems posed after 1990 by transition in Romania and neighbouring countries from a centralised system to the free market economy, focus on the complex relations between
society and environmental change, urbanization, natural and technological hazards and sustainable development. As well as current issues of Central and South-Eastern Europe, e.g. cross-border
co-operation and geopolitical problems in the eastern extremity of the European Union in the Lower Danube and the Black Sea Systems.
Editor-in Chief: Prof. Dan BĂLTEANU, member of the Romanian Academy
Scopus CiteScore = 0.4 (2021)
Index Copernicus Value (ICV) = 105.9 (2020)
ISSN Printed: 1220 - 5311
ISSN Online: 2285 - 9675
Number of issues/year: 2