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Trends in Environmental Analytical Chemistry

Trends in Environmental Analytical Chemistry is devoted to publishing concise and critical overviews of the rapid changes and development in the field of environmental analytical chemistry. The acquisition of good quality chemical data in environmental systems and the sound interpretation of this data is the basis for enhancing our understanding of the environment. TrEAC provides timely coverage of the novel and innovative use of analytical methods for the investigation of environmentally relevant substances and problems.


SPOOL is a new journal initiative in the field of ‘architecture and the built environment’ with a strong emphasis on four key topics: Science of Architecture, Climate Change, Energy Efficiency Building, and Urban Europe.

Regional Studies, Regional Science

Regional Studies, Regional Science is a new interdisciplinary open access journal from the Regional Studies Association. The first papers will be published in early 2014 and we particularly welcome submissions from authors working on regional issues in geography, economics, planning, and political science. The journal features a streamlined peer-review process and quick turnaround times from submission to acceptance.

Journal of the Regional Studies Association

Journal of Environmental and Tourism Analyses

The Journal of Environmental and Tourism Analyses refers to all subjects related to the environment, tourism, sustainable development being focused on interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary research, promoting links between theory and practice, serving both scientists and practitioners. It represents the initiative of the Research Center for Regional Analyses in Tourism, Environment and Sustainable Development’s members, Faculty of Geography, Bucharest University.

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