Earth Systems and Environment (ESE) publishes peer-reviewed original research and review articles on the entire range of Earth System sciences and environment-related topics. The journal has a multidisciplinary character focused upon a set of interrelated scientific topics intended to enhance our understanding of the interactions between various components of the Earth System (e.g. the atmosphere, oceans, cryosphere, land, hydrosphere, pedosphere, lithosphere, Earth’s inner core, and the effects of global change, as well as the effect of biosphere and human activities).

  • Expands knowledge of the natural workings and various processes and interactions that govern the Earth systems in response to complex environmental problems caused by natural and human-induced forcings
  • Coverage includes hydrosphere, lithosphere and troposphere dynamics, geo-environmental hazards, ecology, desertification, agricultural and marine sciences, pollution, and more
  • The journal is associated with King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (awards and remuneration for authors of the best papers)

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Editor-in-Chief
  • Zekâi Şen
Managing Editor
  • Mansour Almazroui
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Hybrid. Open Access options available

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34 days
Submission to first decision
135 days
Submission to acceptance
24,590 (2019)
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2509-9434
Print ISSN
2509-9426
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