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Journal of Environmental & Earth Sciences is a peer-reviewed, open-access academic journal specializing in the research of environmental geoscience. The journal is dedicated to promoting the latest discoveries in the field of environmental & earth sciences.

The scope of the Journal of Environmental & Earth Sciences  includes, but is not limited to:

  • Geological and hydrogeological resources
  • Geomorphology
  • Edaphology
  • Geochemical, geological, geophysical principles
  • Environmental problems

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Volume 4, Issue 2 (2022)

Table of Contents

Articles

Jixin He, Debo Chen, Ye Zhan, Chao Liu, Ruichen Liu

Article ID: 4687
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Abstract:There are rich oil and gas resources in Alberta oil sand mining area in Canada. Since the 1960s, the Canadian government decided to increase the mining intensity. However, the exploitation will bring many adverse effects. In recent years, more people pay attention to the environmental protection and ecological restoration of mining area, such as issues relat...
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Mazurkin Peter Matveevich

Article ID: 4586
Views - 365  (Abstract) PDF - 65  (Download)
Abstract: The regularities of the dynamics of the average annual temperature of Irkutsk from 1820 to 2019 were revealed. It is proposed to use the sum of temperatures. However, this indicator requires the continuity of the dynamic series, so for Irkutsk the sum of temperatures could be accepted only from 1873. The first three terms of the general wavelet model gave...
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Baraou Idi Souley, Abdoulwahid Sani, Abdoul Wahab Djibo Maïga, Moussa Konaté

Article ID: 4697
Views - 274  (Abstract) PDF - 51  (Download)
Abstract: The Agadez city is built on the faulted and fractured sandstones formation of the “Agadez Sandstones”, which deposit in unconformity on the Precambrian basement of the Aïr Mountain. The present study focuses on the geotechnical risk assessment and geological origin of building fracturation in Agadez city. A methodological approach integrat...
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S. S. Pujari, A. S. Wayal

Article ID: 4995
Views - 102  (Abstract) PDF - 25  (Download)
Abstract: Climate change is the most important factor to increase in short-duration high-intensity rainfall and consequent flooding. Intensity-DurationFrequency (IDF) curves are commonly used tools in Stormwater design, so a method to derive future IDF curves including climate change effect could be necessary for the mainstreaming climate change information into st...
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Shaochun Yuan, Ting Li, Qingwei Yang, Shun You, Tao He, Bo Lv

Article ID: 4795
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Abstract: In response to the water shortage in Wanzhou North Station (WNS), the authors investigated the stormwater quality characteristics with different underlying surfaces of WNS and carried out stormwater reuse analysis in conjunction with the InfoWorks ICM model. The results show that during heavy, torrential, and moderate rainfall, the road stormwater runoff ...
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Announcements

 

Call for papers for Vol.4, Iss.2

 
 
Posted: August 16,2022
 

Congratulations to Dr. Shuanggen Jin on his appointment as Vice-President of Henan Polytechnic University!

 
Shuanggen Jin is Professor at Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, CAS, China, Member of Academia Europaea, Member of European Academy of Science, Member of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, Member of Turkish Academy of Sciences, Fellow of Electromagnetics Academy, IUGG Fellow and IAG Fellow.He is currently the Vice-President of Henan Polytechnic University.
 
Posted: April 26,2022
 

World Earth Day 2022 – “Invest In Our Planet”

 

April 22 is World Earth Day. To express our gratitude towards the Earth by promoting peace and environmental protection. Let us cherish the Earth, harmonious coexistence between man and nature.We promise to cooperate with scholars to protect our Earth and its environment,and build a better future.

 
Posted: April 22,2022
 
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Special Issues

 

Special Issue: Remote sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS) for Environmental Management

 

Guest Editor

Dr. Gowhar Meraj

Email: gowhar.90842@mygyanvihar.com; gowharmeraj@gmail.com 

Affiliation: Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Jaipur, India

H-index: 20

https://scholar.google.cz/citations?user=tLe6BeEAAAAJ&hl=zh-CN&oi=ao

 

Special issue information 

 

Dear colleagues,

The environment and disasters are fundamentally related. Environmental deterioration influences natural processes undermines humanity’s resource base and raises vulnerability. It exacerbates the impact of natural hazards, decreases overall resilience and undermines established coping mechanisms. Furthermore, efficient and cheap options to reduce risk can be missed. Although the ties between catastrophe mitigation and environmental management are recognised, little study and policy work have been performed. Practitioners have not widely adopted the concept of employing environmental tools for catastrophe reduction. There is an obvious need to underline the importance of environmental concerns in the entire disaster management cycle of prevention, readiness, assessment, mitigation and response and to integrate environmental considerations into planning for relief, rehabilitation, reconstruction and development. This will also require the improvement of capacities to perform short and medium-term operations in disaster management based on long-term environmental considerations. In this regard, remote sensing and GIS is one of the best tools to cater all these issues that relates environmental challenges and management with catastrophes and risk reduction activities in the World.

Dr. Gowhar Meraj

Guest Editor

 

Topics of primary interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Flood Management Urban sprawl
  • GIS based land suitability analysis
  • Urban heat island effect
  • Ground water potential assessment
  • Landslide Management
  • Glaciers and water resources
  • Vulnerability assessment studies
  • Climate change and its risk to human existence
  • Urban geography and hazards
  • Use of satellite remote sensing for renewable resource management
  • Watershed management using Remote sensing and GIS
  • Sustainable Land resource management
  • Land resource potential and constraints
  • Land use land cover mapping for efficient resource allocation
  • Quantitative models in land and water resource management
  • Sustainability and urban development
 

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Submission deadline: 30 June 2023.

 
 
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