Journal of Environmental & Earth Sciences is an international multidisciplinary journal publishing original results on innovative approaches and scientific findings of environmental & earth sciences as well as significant interaction between human activities, natural resources, environments or climate changes.

The scope of the Journal of Environmental & Earth Sciences includes, but is not limited to:

  • Geological and hydrogeological resources
  • Geomorphology
  • Edaphology
  • Geochemical
  • Geophysical principles
  • Geodesy
  • Remote sensing
  • Climate change
  • Environmental problems

Vol. 6 , Iss. 1 (April 2024): In progress

  • Article

    About Some Aspects of Use of Optical Sensors for Monitoring the Aquatic Environment

    Ferdenant Mkrtchyan, Vladimiir Soldatov, Maxim Mkrtchyan
    1-10

    Article ID: 6006    DOI:https://doi.org/10.30564/jees.v6i1.6006
    364  (Abstract) 305  (Download)

    Abstract:

    Multi-channel polarization optical technology is increasingly used for prompt monitoring of water systems. Optical devices during the assessment of water quality determine the intensity of light through the studied aquatic environment. Spectrophotometric devices measure the spectrum of weakening of light through the aquatic environment. Spectroellipsometric devices receive spectra in vertical and horizontal polarizations. The presented... More

  • Article

    Exploring Variability in Sea Level at a Tide Gauge Station through Control Charts

    H. Bâki İz
    11-18

    Article ID: 5983    DOI:https://doi.org/10.30564/jees.v6i1.5983
    206  (Abstract) 120  (Download)

    Abstract:

    Monitoring temporal changes in sea level is important in assessing coastal risk. Sea level anomalies at a tide gauge station, if kinematically conceived, include systematic variations such as trend, acceleration, periodic oscillations, and random disturbances. Among them, the non-stationary nature of the random sea level variations of known or unknown origin at coastal regions has been long recognized... More

  • Article

    Irrigation and Thermal Buffering Using Mathematical Modeling

    Yara Yasser Elborolosy, Harsho Sanyal, Joseph Cataldo
    19-32

    Article ID: 5959    DOI:https://doi.org/10.30564/jees.v6i1.5959
    139  (Abstract) 76  (Download)

    Abstract:

    Two methods of irrigation, drip, and sprinkler were studied to determine the response of the Javits green roof to irrigation. The control study was dry unirrigated plots. Drip irrigation consisted of irrigation tubes running through the green roof that would water the soil throughout and sprinkler irrigation used a sprinkler system to irrigate the green roof... More

  • Review

    Nature-based Natural-hazard Preparedness: A Cross Section of Categorized Examples

    Kyoo-Man Ha
    33-44

    Article ID: 5995    DOI:https://doi.org/10.30564/jees.v6i1.5995
    156  (Abstract) 63  (Download)

    Abstract:

    Despite prevailing interests, no rigorous research has been conducted to examine the role of nature in natural-hazard preparedness. This systematic review aimed to describe how nature can reduce the impacts of natural hazards during the preparedness stage. The study focuses on the land, water, and air systems and on three types of stakeholders: international organizations, developed... More

  • Article (This article belongs to the Topical Collection "Challenges in Smart Monitoring and Modeling of Hydrological and Urban Water Systems")

    Stochastic Analysis and Modeling of Velocity Observations in Turbulent Flows

    Evangelos Rozos, Jorge Leandro, Demetris Koutsoyiannis
    45-56

    Article ID: 6109    DOI:https://doi.org/10.30564/jees.v6i1.6109
    128  (Abstract) 67  (Download)

    Abstract:

    Highly turbulent water flows, often encountered near human constructions like bridge piers, spillways, and weirs, display intricate dynamics characterized by the formation of eddies and vortices. These formations, varying in sizes and lifespans, significantly influence the distribution of fluid velocities within the flow. Subsequently, the rapid velocity fluctuations in highly turbulent flows lead to elevated... More

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