||Journal of Environmental Systems
Sheldon R. Reaven
The vital, professional Journal that comes to grips with solutions
to environmental problems.
The ONE professional Journal for:
Scientists and Engineers,
Government Regulatory and Policy Officials,
Waste and Recycling Managers,
Architects and Planners,
Sociologists and Psychologists,
Environmental Organizations, and all who are concerned with THE TOTAL HUMAN AND NATURAL ENVIRONMENT.
The only Journal of its kind, the Journal of Environmental Systems
is an interdisciplinary forum for the environmental professions. The Journal examines environmental problems as systems in which
complex natural phenomena affect, and are affected by, the human world
of economics, regulation and law, and culture, behavior, and public perceptions.
The Journal is where environmental professionals from many disciplines
exchange ideas on, and devise solutions to, problems in waste management,
energy and resources, and local and global water, land, and air pollution. Join the worldwide readership of the Journal and have at your
fingertips the definitive professional resource that integrates the human
and natural dimensions of environmental problems and issues.
A note from the Editor
—CALL FOR PAPERS
We invite authors to submit manuscripts across a broad range of environmental and related energy topics. The Journal is targeting its mission and approach in a few fresh directions. Distinguishing features of the Journal are:
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—CALL FOR THEME ISSUES AND POTENTIAL GUEST EDITORS
The Journal plans a series of occasional special issues devoted to particular themes. Researchers are invited to contribute manuscripts, propose topics of interest, and perhaps act as Guest Editor or Co-Editor for a special theme issue. Ideas and manuscripts are sought on a full range of environmental and energy subjects, especially any that bring fresh directions in the Journal's coverage. Some areas of interest are:
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AIMS & SCOPE
Our knowledge of the environmental, energy, and waste problems we face
is burgeoning in many individual disciplines.
Yet the more we seem to know, the more we realize that the territory
of uncertainty is vast:
We discover, more and more, the bewildering complexities of environmental
systems themselves, and find that they cannot be understood within the
confines of individual fields of science and engineering.
It becomes ever more evident that environmental problems can be understood
only in the context of their social, economic, and regulatory "environments."
There are lively, continuing disagreements among environmental professionals
as to the basic theories, concepts, methods of analysis, and values that
most fruitfully explore environmental issues and systems.
The Journal of Environmental Systems publishes articles of interest
to working environmental professionals that, whatever the specific topic,
in some way illustrate or shed light on these three themes. Articles range
from case studies of particular environmental/energy/waste problems or
technologies, to assessments of overall system environmental (or cost,
risk, energy, etc.) impacts, to broad discussions of issues of theory,
methodology, and policy. The emphasis is on practical environmental problems,
such as recycling and waste minimization, but approached in ways that also
pinpoint underlying theory and foundational issues.
The Journal is an indispensable resource for environmental professionals.
READERSHIP In more than 40 countries, JES is read by engineers, scientists,
business executives, government officials, and others involved in areas
relevant to environmental systems.
Leading subscription areas include: recycling and waste management;
policy analysis and risk analysis; energy/resource modeling and environmental
impact assessment; environmental health and safety; architecture and urban
studies; civil engineering, transportation, and public utilities (energy
and water); ecology and environmental engineering; law and economics; anthropology
and psychology; science and technology studies.
ABSTRACTED & INDEXED IN:
- CAB Abstracts
- Cambridge Scientific Abstracts
- Corporate Environmental Strategy
- CSA Civil Engineering Abstracts
- CSA Mechanical & Transportation Engineering Abstracts
- Current Advances in Ecological Sciences (CAES)
- Current Advances in Plant Science (CAPS)
- Engineering Information Inc.
- Environment Abstracts
- Environmental Periodicals Bibliography (EPB)
- Fish & Fisheries Worldwide (NISC)
- Global Health
- Meteorological & Geoastrophysical Abstracts
- Urban Affairs Abstracts
- Wildlife Review
ANNOUNCING THE RELEASE OF THE JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ~ HISTORICAL CONTENT
This impressive collection of electronic, fully searchable pdf's spans 26 years beginning with Volume 1, 1971, through Volume 26, 1997-98; it comprises 104 issues, 607 articles, and 9404 pages. The collection may be purchased outright for the low price of $921.00*, or may be received as part of an enhanced subscription for just $92.00/year over the current subscription rate. The outright purchase is a truly remarkable value for this quality and quantity of content—for over 9,000 pages, the breakdown is just 10 cents per page!
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