Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography

(The median citation count of Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Seeking commonalities of community resilience to natural hazards: A cluster analysis approach15
Informal settlement and urban development discourse in the Global South: Evidence from Ghana10
Diversity and distribution of landscape types in Norway10
Path dependencies in Norwegian dairy and beef farming communities: Implications for climate mitigation8
Does size really matter? The prevalence of NGOs and challenges to development in Northern Ghana8
The road towards autonomous driving – A differentiated view of institutional agency in path transformation8
Institutional work, regional key actors, and green industrial restructuring7
Foraging in Czechia: The nation’s precious hobby6
Discourses of climate change education: The case of geography textbooks for secondary and higher secondary education in South Africa and Norway5
From suburbanization to reurbanization? Changing residential mobility flows of families with young children in the Prague Metropolitan Area5
The embedding of universities in innovation ecosystems: The case of marine research at the University of Bergen4
Space and place in immigrant entrepreneurship literature in the Nordic countries: A systematic literature review4
Performing geopolitics of toponymic solidarity: The case of Ukraine4
Surya-shakti-sharir: Embodying India’s solar energy transition4
Blessing or curse for regions and firms? Narratives of the sharing economy as an innovative practice in a rural region in Norway3
Dwellers of the waves: Sea monsters, classical history, and religion in Olaus Magnus’sCarta Marina3
Planning of second-home tourism and sustainability in various locations: Same but different?3
“We have been invaded”: Wind energy sacrifice zones in Åfjord Municipality and their implications for Norway3
Pathways to the trail – landscape, walking and heritage in a Scandinavian border region3
Determinants of responsible innovation for sustainability transition in a developing country: Contested narratives for transition in the Sri Lankan power sector3
Does visiting a community garden enhance social relations? Evidence from an East European city2
Emerging geographies in Norwegian mountain areas – Densification, place-making and centrality2
Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes: The difficult school route and how it was managed during the emergence of the Swedish folkskolan, 1840–19302
The many faces of local community: Exploring lay conceptualizations of the Norwegian lokalsamfunn2
What drives the economic performance of suppliers in global value chains/global production networks – tier, ownership, size, specialization, or region?2
Centre-periphery conflicts and alienation in a resource-based economy2
Climate change and natural hazards – the geography of community resilience2
Mapped railway dreams, geographical knowledge and the Norwegian Parliament, 1845–19082
Scandinavian cartography 1650–18002
Barriers to regional industrial development: An analysis of two specialised industrial regions in Norway2
Creatively transforming periphery? Artists’ initiatives, social innovation, and responsibility for place2
Kontinuitet eller brot? Geografi i grunnskulen etter ‘fagfornyinga’ 20202
Exploring the geographies of responsible innovation1
Emerging and persistent challenges in water resources governance in rural Tanzania: The Mgeta subcatchment of the Upper Ruvu Basin1
Significant increase in negative impacts on vegetation and soils at informal campsites in a Norwegian national park in the period 1988–20201
Shaping the European north and its mirabilia in Italian mural maps of the Late Renaissance1
Contextualities of gender in Eritrean immigrant households: Exploring empowerment through integration in Norwegian society1
School choice and educational attitudes: Spatially uneven neoliberalization in Sweden1
Transitioning to inclusive and nature-based decarbonisaton through recreating tree-based artisanal industries in Kano City, Nigeria1
Where are low-carbon places made? Conceptualising and studying infrastructure junctions and the power geometries of low-carbon place-making1
Med kart skal landet bygges: Oppmåling og kartlegging av Norge 1773–20161
Greenland and the Faroe Islands: Denmark’s autonomous territories from postcolonial perspectives1
Erling Sandmo 1963–20201
Cartography in Danish place-name studies1
Introducing theodolites for mapping in Norway1
Making and mobilising place: The governance of Greater Manchester’s decarbonisation ambitions1
The mediating role of cash slack in the related variety and sales growth relationship: Evidence from Norway1
Mapping the expansion of the known world in the north1
The ‘company maps’: Norwegian military maps of the late 18th and early 19th centuries1
When migration is a necessity: Negotiating womanhood and abandonment in the transnational marriages of Ethiopians in the Amhara Region1
Economic structuring of land as a blank space – the development of cadastral cartography in Denmark1
Inclusion in the global innovation system for CRISPR salmon in Norway1
Policy to support digitalisation of industries in various regional settings: A conceptual discussion1