The Cartographic Journal is an established peer-reviewed journal of record and comment containing authoritative articles and papers from leading international experts in cartography on all aspects.
Cartography is the art, science and technology of presenting, communicating and analysing spatial relationships by means of maps and other geographical representations of the Earth's surface. This includes data collection and presentation technologies such as remote sensing, geographical information systems (GIS), the internet, satellite navigation & positioning systems, laser scanning, terrain modelling, and so on.
Contact and reviewers
To submit a paper, please first register on the Journal's Editorial Manager website and follow the instructions for authors.
Please contact the Editor, Dr Alexander Kent, to ask queries about the process of submitting a paper or to enquire about The Cartographic Journal. If you would like to be added to our database of reviewers for books and atlases, please contact the Editorial Assistant, Martin Davis.
The Cartographic Journal is published quarterly by Taylor & Francis in February, May, August and November each year.