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Forthcoming special issues

Himalayan Geodisasters
Deadline for submissions: October 2016
Edited by Ranjan Kumar Dahal

Landslide Dams

Deadline for submissions: October 2016
Edited by Nicola Casagli, Alexander Strom, Xuanmei Fan and Hans-Balder Havenith

Water-related Geoenvironmental Disasters under Influences of Climate Change and Human Activities
Deadline for submissions: October 2016
Edited by Bin He, Camilo Allyson Simões de Farias, Netrananda Sahu

Earthquakes and Triggered Hazards

Deadline for submissions: October 2016
Edited by Florent De Martin

Modelling of Fast Landslides

Deadline for submissions: October 2016
Edited by Sabatino Cuomo, Zeljko Arbanas

Society affiliation

Geoenvironmental Disasters is affiliated with the International Consortium on Geo-disaster Reduction (ICGdR)

The journal is financially supported by the International Consortium on Geo-disaster Reduction, who provide funds to cover the cost of publication for authors who cannot bear the Article Processing Charges (APCs). In those cases authors should contact the EiC before submitting to the journal: wangfw@riko.shimane-u.ac.jp

Aims and scope

Geoenvironmental Disasters is an international journal with a focus on multi-disciplinary applied and fundamental research and the societal impacts related to geoenvironmental disasters triggered by various types of hazards (e.g. earthquakes, volcanic activity, landslides, tsunamis, intensive erosion and hydro-meteorological events).

The integrated study of Geoenvironmental Disasters is an emerging and composite field of research interfacing with areas traditionally within civil engineering, earth sciences, atmospheric sciences and the life sciences. It centers on the interactions within and between the Earth's ground, air and water environments, all of which are affected by climate, geological and morphological processes, biological and ecological cycles, and human activities. Disasters are dynamic forces which can change the Earth pervasively, rapidly, or abruptly, and which can generate lasting effects on the natural and built environments.

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