Since foundation by Carl Troll in 1947, 'ERDKUNDE – Archive for Scientific Geography' has established as a successful international journal of geography. ERDKUNDE publishes scientific articles covering the whole range of physical and human geography. The journal offers state of the art reports on recent trends and developments in specific fields of geography and comprehensive and critical reviews of new geographical publications. All manuscripts are subject to a peer-review procedure prior to publication. High quality cartography and regular large sized supplements are prominent features of ERDKUNDE, as well as standard coloured figures.
- Towards responsible geographies of memory: complexities of place and the ethics of remembering
- Rapid urban growth and earthquake risk in Musikot, mid-western Hills, Nepal
- University-business collaboration as perceived by leading academics: comparing and contrasting the two most innovative Czech regions
- Winter melt conditions of the inland ice cap on King George Island, Antarctic Peninsula