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    Chinese Geographical Science (ISSN 1002-0063; CN 22-1174/P), bimonthly, is an international journal indexed in SCI-E and other famous databases in the world. It mainly covers physical geography and its sub-disciplines, human geography and its sub-disciplines, cartography, remote sensing, and geographic information systems. It pays close attention to the major issues the world is concerned with, such as the man-land relationship, population, resources, environment, globalization and regional development. The journal publishes original research papers, review articles, research reports, academic activities, and so on..

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