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ISSN 1948-660X (online) DOI:10.5311The Journal of Spatial Information Science (JOSIS) is an international, interdisciplinary, open-access journal dedicated to publishing high-quality, original research articles in spatial information science. The journal aims to publish research spanning the theoretical foundations of spatial and geographical information science, through computation with geospatial information, to technologies for geographical information use.
Maine Policy Review publishes timely, independent, peer-reviewed analysis of public policy issues relevant to the state of Maine. The journal is published jointly two times per year by the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center at the University of Maine. It is intended for a diverse audience, including state policymakers; government, business, and non-profit leaders; students; and general readers with a broad interest in public policy.
Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Papers (Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Study)
Annually since 2003, MINERVA has featured profiles of recent graduates, news about current students and alumni, updates on Honors College initiatives and events and much, much more! It has garnered three national awards since it was first published.
The Catch (Maine Sea Grant)The Catch is a place-based, online literary journal published in association with the Downeast Fisheries Trail, a maritime heritage education and tourism effort in eastern Maine. We review submissions from September 1 through December 31, with annual publication in May.
The Olive Tree (Fogler Library)
The Olive Tree, published twice each year by Fogler Library at the University of Maine, features articles about library projects, collections, technological innovations, and events. The hallmark of the Fogler Library Friends, an ancient engraving of an olive tree, was adopted from the title page of La Cosmographie Universelle by André Thevet. The two volume encyclopedia, which was published in Paris in 1575, is shelved in the Library's Special Collections Department. One of the longest living trees, the olive tree parallels the development of civilizations..