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Italian Journal of Engineering Geology and Environment

ISSN 2035-5688 (on-line)

ISSN 1825-6635 (print)

Registration with the Civil Court of Rome (no. 181/18 of 22 Nov. 2018)

Journal in English with Extended Abstracts of Articles in Italian

Journal in English language


Issues in June and December

Print size 21 x 28 cm

Price 20.00 euro / volume

Yearly subscription (2 journal + special issues) 32.00 euro

Italian Journal of Engineering Geology and Environment (IJEGE), published by Sapienza Università Editrice university press, is the open access Journal of the Research Center CERI on "Prediction, Prevention ad Control of Geological Risks" of Sapienza University of Rome. The Journal publishes original papers concerning the numerous topics of environmental risks such as seismic risk, landslide risk, hydraulic and flood risk, groundwater resource management, soil and groundwater contamination, reclamation of contaminated land, applied geophysics, economic geology, land use, soil and rock characterization.

IJEGE is the Journal of the Italian Association of Engineering Geology and Environment (AIGA).

The Journal is published under the auspices of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment (IAEG) - Italian Group.

IJEGE is listed in the major databases such as DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals - 2009-2017) and the journal index of SciVerse Scopus Elsevier (since 2011 - see Journal Metrics Values), the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed scientific literature and Web of ScienceTM Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) - launched dy Thomson Reuters in 2015 - which complements the highly selective indexes by proving earlier visibility for sources under evaluation as part of SCIE, SSCI, and AHCI's rigorous journal selection process.

The Journal is devoted to researchers acting in the field of sciences and technologies applied to environmental issues, to experts working in agencies and national/local administrations and to consultants.

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Presso Dipartimento Scienze Della Terra
mail : ijege@uniroma1.it