Cashew nut processing in India

DIE ERDE is a publication of the Geographical Society of Berlin

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Impact Factor (ISI) 0.641, 5-yr IF (ISI) 1.000, Cited Half Life (ISI) 6.1 years, CiteScore (Scopus) 0.92, SNIP (Scopus) 0.635

DIE ERDE is a scientific journal in Geography, with four issues per year with about 100 pages each. It covers all aspects of geographical research, focusing on both earth system studies and regional contributions.

DIE ERDE invites contributions from any subfield of both Physical and Human Geography as well as from neighbouring disciplines.

We invite authors to contribute to the following article categories:

  • Research article
  • Short communication
  • Review article
  • Opinion article (all peer-reviewed)
    and: Book review (not peer-reviewed)
  • See also: Focus and Scope
    ISSN 0013-9998

Books for possible review in Die ERDE should be sent to Prof. Dr. Elmar Kulke

Image: Left – Alexander von Humboldt, Naturgemälde der Anden, Thübingen/Paris 1807; Right – Manual cashew nut processing in India (Photo: Jannes Tessmann)

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DIE ERDE is a publication of the Geographical Society of Berlin

DIE ERDE is listed in Thomson Reuters/ISI Web of Science and Scopus
Impact Factor (ISI) 0.641, 5-yr IF (ISI) 1.000, Cited Half Life (ISI) 6.1 years, CiteScore (Scopus) 0.92, SNIP (Scopus) 0.635

DIE ERDE is a scientific journal in Geography, with four issues per year with about 100 pages each. It covers all aspects of geographical research, focusing on both earth system studies and regional contributions.

DIE ERDE invites contributions from any subfield of both Physical and Human Geography as well as from neighbouring disciplines.

We invite authors to contribute to the following article categories:

  • Research article
  • Short communication
  • Review article
  • Opinion article (all peer-reviewed)
    and: Book review (not peer-reviewed)
  • See also: Focus and Scope
    ISSN 0013-9998

Books for possible review in Die ERDE should be sent to Prof. Dr. Elmar Kulke

Image: Left – Alexander von Humboldt, Naturgemälde der Anden, Thübingen/Paris 1807; Right – Manual cashew nut processing in India (Photo: Jannes Tessmann)

DIE ERDE is a scientific journal in Geography, with four issues per year with about 60 to 100 pages each. It covers all aspects of geographical research, focusing on both earth system studies and regional contributions. DIE ERDE invites contributions from any subfield of both Physical and Human Geography as well as from neighbouring disciplines. The publishing language is English.