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Environmental Earth Sciences

Environmental Earth Sciences

Editors-in-Chief: G. Dörhöfer; J. LaMoreaux; O. Kolditz

ISSN: 1866-6280 (print version)
ISSN: 1866-6299 (electronic version)

Journal no. 12665

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Environmental Earth Sciences - Special/Thematic Issues

December 2015 - 74/12 - Utilization of Thermal and Mineral Waters / Progress in Karst Research 

December 2015 - 74/11 - Robust Shallow Water Models 

November 2015 - 74/10 - Developing dynamic VGEs for geographic research 

October 2015 - 74/8 - Environment and Health in China I 

September 2015 - 74/5 - Water of the Erhai and Dianchi Lakes / Water of the Taihu Lake 

August 2015 - 74/3 - Glacier fluctuation in northern and High Asia: historical and methods perspective 

July 2015 - 74/2 - Karst Water Under GCP, Guilin, China 

July 2015 - 74/1 - Mediterranean Karst Hydrogeology 

June 2015 - 73/12 - ISMAR8 China 

June 2015 - 73/11 - Subsurface Energy Systems in China: Production, Storage and Conversion 

May 2015 - 79/10 - Unconventional Gas Resources in China 

May 2015 - 73/9 - Waste Water Treatment and Pollution Control in the Liao River Basin 

March 2015 - 73/6 - Sustainability and Water Resources: Honouring Emeritus Professor EurGeol. José Martins Carvalho 

January 2015 – 73/2: - Sustainable Water Management in Central Asia 

December 2014 – 72/12: IWAS - Integrated Water Resources Management under different hydrological, climatic and socio-economic conditions 

November 2014 – 72/10: Visualization in Environmental Sciences 

September 2014 – 72/5: NovCare 2013 - Novel methods for subsurface characterization and monitoring: From theory to practice 

March 2014 – 71/6: Aquifer Management in South Texas  

January 2014 – 71/2: Besancon - Karst aquifers 

January 2014 – 71/1: Water Management in Protected Areas  

December 2013 – 70/8: Geoenergy - New concepts for utilization of geo-reservoirs as potential energy sources 

November 2013 – 70/5: Groundwater Resources Management  

September 2013 – 70/2: Geokarst Hazards 

June 2013 – 69/4: Urban use of rocks-The Bernard-Smith-Volume 

May 2013 – 69/2: Interdisciplinary Research in Catchments 

September 2012 – 67/2: CLEAN - Enhanced gas recovery storage and geological CO2 storage 

April 2012 – 65/8: Advances in Karst Hydrogeology 

March 2012 - 65/5: IWAS – Integrated Water Resources Management under different hydrological, climatic and socio-economic conditions 

February 2012 - 65/4: Wenchuan Earthquake Geohazards  

January 2012 - 65/2: Geochemistry of the Earth's Surface I Reunión Argentina de Geoquímica de la Superficie (IRAGSU 2009) 

November 2011 – 64/6: Environmental Problems and Solutions in China 

August 2011 – 63/7-8: Monuments under Threat: Environmental Impact, Preservation Strategies and Natural Stone Recourses 

March 2010 – 60/2: Zero Emission Research and Technology Center testing field site, Bozeman, Montana, USA 

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    Presents papers on all aspects of interactions between humans, ecosystems and the earth

    Aims to improve and remediate the environment as habitat for life on earth  

    Environmental Earth Sciences is an international multidisciplinary journal concerned with all aspects of interactions between humans, ecosystems and the earth. Coverage includes water and soil contamination; environmental problems associated with transportation; geological processes affecting biosystems and people; remediation of man-made or geological hazards; environmental problems associated with mining and abstraction activities for industrial minerals, coal and ores as well as for oil and gas, water and energy; environmental impacts of exploration and recultivation; impacts of hazardous facilities and activities; land use management; management of environmental data and information in data banks and information systems.

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