The Global Journal of Earth Science and Engineering (GJESE) is an international, peer-reviewed journal that provides a platform for the dissemination of the latest research and advancements in the fields of earth science and engineering. The journal covers a wide range of topics related to the study of the earth and its natural resources, including geology, geophysics, geochemistry, geotechnical engineering, environmental science, and more. The aim of GJESE is to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and exchange of ideas among researchers, academics, and practitioners in the earth science and engineering community.
GJESE publishes original research articles, review papers, and technical reports that advance our understanding of the earth and its processes, as well as the development of new techniques and technologies for the sustainable utilization of its resources. The journal also provides a forum for the discussion of challenges and opportunities related to the management of earth resources in the face of increasing global demand and the need for environmental sustainability.
Whether you are a researcher, academic, or practitioner working in the fields of earth science and engineering, GJESE provides a valuable resource for keeping up-to-date with the latest developments and advancements in these fields.
Call for Paper: Landslides: Origin, Monitoring and Control
Landslides are one of the most destructive geological processes that affect human beings, causing deaths and socioeconomic losses. It is a common problem that houses are built on steep slopes due to the low prices of these lands and the accelerated growth of urban areas. These slopes experience landslides, which cause damage to the construction.
It is essential to monitor landslides and is vital for mapping and proper urban planning to protect the inhabitants at risk.
Our topics of interest are:
- Engineering geology
- Mining Engineering
- Blasting Engineering
- Petroleum Engineering
- Marine Geotechnology
- Geothermal energy
- Water resources and Engineering
- Geochemical engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Atmospheric Sciences
- Climate Change
- Geophysics and Geodesy