Irish Geography is the premier peer-reviewed journal devoted to the geography of Ireland. It has an international distribution and is read on six continents. Its reputation for quality is long established and standards are maintained by an internationally based editorial advisory board. Irish Geography has been published by the Geographical Society of Ireland since 1944. An early editorial decision was to concentrate on the geography of Ireland and this has been maintained ever since. This focus has been a source of strength to the journal and has been important in enhancing its international reputation. More recently, to reflect the changing context and increased importance of globalization and migration to Ireland, a decision was made to also allow material on the Irish diaspora and overseas networks to be included in the journal.
0075-0778 (Print), 1939-4055 (Online)
This journal is devoted to Applied Mathematics in its broadest sense with an emphasis on the analysis and optimization of systems governed by various classes of differential equations, in particular partial differential equations (PDEs) both stochastic and deterministic. Optimization includes mathematical control theory and dynamic games. Techniques of interest encompass calculus of variations, homogenization, weak convergence, numerical approximation, and regularization, along with modern methods of linear and non-linear analysis as pertinent to the study of PDEs and optimization theory. Application areas include physical, chemical, engineering, biological and environmental topics such as: reaction diffusion, mass transport, conservation laws, elasticity, material science, heat transfer, thermodynamics, geophysical, classical fluid mechanics, optimum design, mathematical finance, inverse problems and related pattern recognition, filtering theory, biology with medical applications.
0095-4616 (print version) / 1432-0606 (electronic version)