Published since 1964, The Cartographic Journal is an established peer-reviewed academic periodical of record and comment containing authoritative articles and papers from leading international experts in all aspects of cartography.
The scope of the Journal covers the art, science and technology of presenting, communicating and analysing spatial relationships by means of maps and other geographical methods. This includes data collection and presentation technologies such as remote sensing, geographical information systems (GIS), the internet, satellite navigation and positioning systems, laser scanning, and terrain modelling.
The Cartographic Journal is published quarterly by Taylor & Francis in February, May, August and November each year. BCS Members can enjoy online access to current and back Issues as one of their membership benefits.
Note: If you are entitled to receive the Journal but are not currently able to access online Issues, please send an email to Taylor & Francis with your membership details and ask for your account to be activated.
Contact and reviewers
To submit a paper, please first register on the Journal's Editorial Manager website and follow the instructions for authors. Please note that all images should be supplied at a resolution of at least 300 ppi at the intended size for print.
Please contact the Editor, Dr Alexander Kent, if you have any queries about the process of submitting a paper or for more general enquiries concerning The Cartographic Journal. If you would like to be added to our database of reviewers for books and atlases, contact the Editorial Assistant, Martin Davis.