Aims and Scope

The *Micro Macro & Mezzo Geo Information (MMM-GI)* is a double blind PEER REVIEWED International Scientific Journal publishing original and high-quality scientific papers, professional papers, reviews, case studies, opinions, surveys, interviews, commentaries, in memoriam, and news for professional-scientific events and literature, to promote insightful understanding of the state-of-the-art by covering a wide range of topics in the field of geo sciences and technology trends. The scope of journal is publishing original and innovative papers written by international researchers, academics, professionals and practitioners, that will improve theoretical and practical issues related to geo information, as well promoting geo sciences significance as a group of scientific disciplines.


MMM-GI is an OPEN ACCESS International Scientific Journal  (according to CC BY-SA license) published biannually (on June and December) by the South-East European Research Institute on Geo Sciences (Geo-SEE Institute), that is indexed in many international impact factor databases, and registered / archived in the National and University Library “St. Clement of Ohrid” – Skopje with ISSN 1857-9000, EISSN 1857-9019, UDC 528:004 and COBISS.MK-ID:  95239178.


Published articles are freely available and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication as printed and electronic version to authors and readers/users free of charge. The electronic version contains color figures, and is published in this web page (, as well in open web platforms.


The main TOPICS of the MMM-GI journal are the theory and innovative practical contemporary challenges on GEO-INFORMATION:

Physical geo sciences: Geophysics, Hydrography, Geology, Geomorphology, Geodynamics, Topography, Hydrology, Mining, Forestry, Soil, Climatology

Human geo sciences: Demography, Toponomastic, Geostatistics, Geopolitics, Urban geography, Social geography, Cultural geography

Earth observation geo sciences: Surveying, Cartography, GIS, SDI, Cadaster, Geoinformatics, Remote sensing, Photogrammetry

Environmental sciences: Spatial and urban planning, Ecology, Climate change, Land use, Land cover, Pollution, Natural resources, conservation, Risk management