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Fresh perspectives on geoenvironmental engineering.

ISSN: 2051-803X
eISSN: 2051-803X

Aims and scope

In 21st century living, engineers and researchers need to deal with growing and emerging problems related to climate change, oil, hydrogen and water storage, handling, storage and disposal of toxic and hazardous wastes, remediation of contaminated sites, sustainable development and energy derived from the ground. These challenges are not isolated but occur at the human-environmental-technological nexus that confronts society’s default modes of thinking.

Environmental Geotechnics aims to disseminate knowledge and provides fresh perspectives regarding the basic concepts, theory, techniques and field applicability of innovative testing and analysis methodologies and engineering practices in geoenvironmental engineering.

All relevant papers are carefully considered, vetted by a distinguished team of international experts and rapidly published. Full research papers, short communications and comprehensive review articles are published under the following broad subject categories:

  • geoenvironmental engineering
  • soil and rock physics, geochemistry and geohydrology biological processes in soil, soil-atmosphere interaction, cold region geotechnics
  • electrical, electromagnetic, and thermal characteristics of porous media
  • industrial and municipal waste management and their valorization, multiphase science, landslide wasting
  • beneficial reuse of marginal geomaterials
  • soil and water conservation and remediation
  • sensor development and applications
  • impact of climatic changes on geoenvironmental, geothermal/ground-source energy, carbon sequestration, oil and gas extraction techniques, sustainable energy development
  • uncertainty, reliability and risk, monitoring and forensic geotechnics
  • application of Artificial intelligence (AI), Dx in geoenvironmental engineering

Awards: Each year, the paper rated best by the Editor in Chief is awarded the ICE's Environmental Geotechnics Prize.


This journal is aligned with our sustainable structures and infrastructures goal

We recognise the transformative power of sustainable engineering, design and building practices in creating a world where our planet and its inhabitants can thrive.

SDG 3 Good health & well-being
SDG 6 Clean water & sanitation
SDG 7 Affordable & clean energy
SDG 9 Industry, innovation & infrastructure
SDG 11 Sustainable cities & communities
SDG 12 Responsible consumption & production
SDG 13 Climate action
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