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Environmental Monitoring and Assessment

An International Journal Devoted to Progress in the Use of Monitoring Data in Assessing Environmental Risks to Humans and the Environment

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Journal updates

  • Special Issue guidelines

    Environmental Monitoring and Assessment enables and encourages the publication of Special Issues. The guidelines for the preparation and publication of a Special Issue can be found here

  • Special Issue proposal form

    Environmental Monitoring and Assessment is open to receive novel & well-structured Special Issue (SI) proposals. EMAS SI Proposal Form requires proponents to have a set up list of authors and manuscript titles that would form the SI. SI proponents need to contact and get positive responses from potential authors from research institutes/institutions working in the SI topic they propose. Suggested reviewers listed in the proposal form must be totally independent. Any SI proposal will be evaluated based on its rationale, scope, novelty as well as responses of each of the items of the proposal form.

    To download the form please click here.

  • Special Issue: Utilizing AI-Driven Systems for Industrial Waste Treatment

    AI-Driven Systems for Industrial Waste Treatment is an innovative and groundbreaking book, which focuses on the benefits of artificial intelligence and machine learning-driven systems for improving the quality of life, human health, and the environment. The implementation of AI-Driven Systems in waste treatment plants or other industrial processes allows for achieving significant improvements in efficiency, quality, and cost reduction. This also, intimates’ researchers and the scientific community to do further research practices in this field. This Special Issue will act as a key to motivating many researchers working on the topic of Industrial waste treatment.

  • Special Issue: Monitoring Climate Change Impacts on Agriculture

    The Council for Scientific and Industrial research (CSIR) - National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI), India has organised a webinar on "Agriculture and Food Technologies and Mechanisms of adaptation to Climate Change"  in collaboration with Department for International Cooperation of the Russian Academy of Sciences during 11-12 November, 2020. Selected 15 deliberations will be published in a special issue ‘Monitoring climate change impacts on Agriculture’.

  • Special Issue: International conference on Recent advances in Water Science and Technology (ICRAWST-2021)

    This special volume will provide a synoptic perspective of the state of the art topics encompassing chemical characters of groundwater and their relationships with the geological and anthropogenic frameworks. This issue will be a collection of research papers reflecting the acquired knowledge in the area of groundwater using interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary approaches and make them available in a single platform to the future generation science enthusiasts and researchers. 

  • Special Issue: Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for Optimize Irrigation and Crop Monitoring

    This special issue focuses on introducing quality research that use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) for efficient irrigation planning, monitoring crop  production based on climatic condition and requirement of soil nutrients. We welcome qualitative research articles from researchers, academicians and industrial expert that address advancement in agricultural sector by introducing latest technology like robotic systems, machine learning, cloud computation and big data analytics, and observe the effects of UAV for crop monitoring and enhancing productivity

  • Special Issue: Eco-friendly and Cost-effective approaches for remediation of emerging contaminants from wastewater: Steps towards SDG of Circular Economy

    This special issue will welcome research findings from experts across the world, creating an agglomeration of novel ideas, techniques and changes required in existing policy framework to efficiently address the management of emerging contaminants in wastewater. We would like to invite authors to submit original research and review articles focused on remediation of emerging contaminants with special emphasis on the cost-effective methods.