Journal of Environmental Technology and Engineering

JETE 2009

  • Call For Paper Type: Regular
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Health & Medical Sciences (General) Environmental & Geological Engineering Environmental Sciences Food Science & Technology

JETE aims to provide an international forum for academics, industry leaders, and policy makers to investigate and exchange novel ideas and disseminate knowledge and information covering the broad range of natural systems and industrial activities and fields including, but not limited to, environmental science and engineering, resources management and engineering, processing, earth sciences, economics, engineering, information technologies, management, medicine, and the arts. In addition, it aims to establish an effective channel of communication between policy makers, government agencies, academic and research institutions and persons concerned with the complex set and behaviour of natural systems and operations. It also aims to promote and coordinate developments in the fields of environmental systems protection, natural science, health and safety, production, and processing. The international dimension is emphasised in order to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the needs of accelerating ecological and technological advances in all industries and the global society and economy. The ultimate objective is to ensure healthy human activities, natural industrial operations, and society progress and evolution.

Journal of Environmental Technology and Engineering, ISSN 2072-1463 is Published in 4 issues per year by Internatonal Computer Science Publisher.

Suitable topics for submission include but are not limited to the following areas:

Human activities
Human intelligence, artificial intelligence and knowledge based systems
Air, water and land pollution
Toxic and radioactive pollution
Water supply and resources
Agriculture and fisheries
Oil and gas
Mining and metallurgy
Industrial processing
Resources management and processing
Areas of conflict
Environmental information technologies
Environmental technologies
Health and safety
Marketing and economics
Risk assessment and management
Engineering innovations, development, and technical solutions