Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering
Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering (FESE) is an international journal for researchers interested in a wide range of environmental disciplines. The journal's aim is to advance and disseminate knowledge in all main branches of environmental science & engineering. The journal emphasizes papers in developing fields, as well as papers showing the interaction between environmental disciplines and other disciplines.
FESE is a bi-monthly journal. Its peer-reviewed contents consist of a broad blend of reviews, research papers, policy analyses, short communications, and opinions. Nonscheduled “special issue” and "hot topic", including a review article followed by a couple of related research articles, are organized to publish novel contributions and breaking results on all aspects of environmental field.
Using mRNA to investigate the effect of low-pressure ultraviolet disinfection on the viability of E. coli
Comparison of CNT-PVA membrane and commercial polymeric membranes in treatment of emulsified oily wastewater
Influence of pore size and membrane surface properties on arsenic removal by nanofiltration membranes
- Journal Title
- Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering
- Volume 1 / 2007 - Volume 13 / 2019
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- Higher Education Press
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|Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering in China||1673-7415||1673-7520|
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