Environment (ENVI)

Environment is a cross disciplinary, global, open access, peer-reviewed journal which published quarterly on ITS. The journal is concerned with relationships and condition of the human activity, nature resources and environment.

ISSN: 2617-4561 (Online)
Frequency: Quarterly
Website: http://www.itspoa.com/journal/envi
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Editorial Board

Editorial Board Dr. Chandra Shekhar Kapoor
Department of Environmental Studies, (P.I.B.S), Pacific University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India

Areas of Interest: Environment Engineering & Biotechnology, Studies About Various Kind of Pollutants, Water Characteristics and Remedial Measures
Editorial Board Dr. Murat Eyvaz
Gebze Technical University, Department of Environmental Engineering, Çayırova-Kocaeli, Turkey
Areas of Interest: Applications in Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities, Electrochemical Treatment Process and Filtration Systems at Lab. And Pilot Scale, Membrane Processes (Forward Osmosis, Reverse Osmosis, Membrane Bioreactors), etc.
Editorial Board Dr. Beata Novotna
Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Horticulture and Environmental Engineering, Slovak Agricultural University in Nitra, Nitra, Slovak Republic
Areas of Interest: Water Resources Management, Hydrological Modelling, Global Change, Protection against Natural Disasters
Editorial Board Dr. Silvina Magdalena Manrique
Institute of Unconventional Energy Research, Physics Department, National University of Salta, National Scientific and Technical Research Council, Salta, Argentina
Areas of Interest: Renewable Energy, Natural Resources and Environment, Energy, Environment and Climate Cange, Waste Management Networks. CEDDET and CIEMAT
Editorial Board Prof. Lei-Ming Ma
Numerical Weather Prediction, Shanghai Typhoon Institute, Shanghai, China
Areas of Interest: Numerical Weather Prediction, Numerical Modeling and Simulation, Convection and Atmospheric Planetary Boundary Layer Processes, Data Assimilation, Atmospheric Dynamics, Atmosphere-Land-Ocean Interactions