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Global Journal of Environmental Science and Management (GJESM) is a top-ranked, peer-reviewed, open-access quarterly journal. The title welcomes novel and high-impact contributions from the related fields of environmental science, engineering, and management. The GJESM Journal has been successfully indexed in the well-known world databases mainly; Scopus with a CiteScore = 7.5Scimago Journal Rank with the Q1 category, Web of Science with a JCI = 0.60 score.  All submissions to the GJESM Journal undergo a fair, supportive and fast-tracking peer-review model with the title acceptance rate of 10%. GJESM is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and follows the uniform requirements for submitted manuscripts by the COPE Code of Conduct for Editors. All submitted manuscripts are checked for similarity through a trustworthy software named iThenticate to ensure originality, and then subjected to rigorous peer review by the international reviewers. Moreover, the title APC will be affected for manuscripts submitted. The GJESM is also proud to implement podcasts from the first published issue of 2023 to allow authors to listen to the published abstract in digital audio format over the internet. In addition, the GJESM also awards an Annual prize of USD 1000.00 to the most innovative and cited published article of the year.

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ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Management
Life cycle assessment of coconut plantation, copra, and charcoal production

T. Puspaningrum; N.S. Indrasti; C. Indrawanto; M. Yani

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 653-672


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Coconuts and their derivatives, such as copra and charcoal, are leading commodities of Indonesia contributing to local consumption and exports. Life cycle assessment is a tool for evaluating the inputs, outputs, and potential impacts of a product system throughout its life ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Engineering
Coagulants for water based on activated aluminum alloys

R.G. Sarmurzina; G.I. Boiko; B.K. Kenzhaliyev; U.S. Karabalin; N.P. Lyubchenko; P.V. Kenyaikin; Zh.B. Ilmaliyev

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 673-690


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The reduction of fresh water deficit and water-related morbidity is the most important problem of the state’s national security. The effective treatment of natural water in industrialized areas from natural and anthropogenic pollutants is the main ecological task. Coagulation ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Management
Climate change mitigation and adaptation through livestock waste management

E. Frimawaty; A. Ilmika; N. A. Sakina; J. Mustabi

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 691-706


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Farmer characteristics are recognized in this study. The characteristics, perceptions, willingness to adopt climate change mitigation, and awareness of livestock farmers toward livestock waste management are the main points for determining appropriate climate mitigation rules.METHODS: ...  Read More

Relationship between bacteria and nitrogen dynamics in wastewater treatment oxidation ponds

S. Saneha; T. Pattamapitoon; S. Bualert; O. Phewnil; W. Wararam; N. Semvimol; K. Chunkao; C. Tudsanaton; M. Srichomphu; U. Nachaiboon; O. Wongsrikaew; P. Wichittrakarn; C. Chanthasoon

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 707-718


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The bacterial community plays a crucial role in the nitrogen cycle. Oxidation ponds act as a natural treatment system for wastewater and are designed to promote the growth and activity of certain bacterial species that remove contaminants from the water. The nitrogen cycle ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Management
Health risk assessment and microplastic pollution in streams through accumulation and interaction by heavy metals

A.M. Sabilillah; F.R. Palupi; B.K. Adji; A.P. Nugroho

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 719-740


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The threat posed by microplastics to humans through fish consumption is potentially great due to microplastics’ capacity to adsorb heavy metals. The Code and Gajahwong streams have suffered from plastic and heavy metal pollution as the major rivers in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. ...  Read More

Exploring the dynamics of seasonal surface features using coastal and regional ocean community model

D. Jaishree; P.T. Ravichandran; D.V. Thattai

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 741-752


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Studying the monthly variations in the surface features of the Bay of Bengal is a complex task that involves numerous large-scale ocean-atmosphere dynamics. This study identified the bay’s changing circulation patterns over recent decades as a crucial study area requiring ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Engineering
Microplastic contamination and growth pattern of oyster; Crassostrea gigas in a coastline

L. Kasmini; A.S. Setia Batubara

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 753-764


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Oysters (Crassostrea gigas) are one food source commonly consumed by the community and an important commodity with high economic value. Environmental issues, such as microplastics, have become a worldwide concern for its implications for aquatic organisms, especially oysters. ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Management
Mapping and identifying heavy metals in water use as chemicals of potential concerns in upper watershed

N. Fahimah; I.R.S. Salami; K. Oginawati; S.J. Yapfrine; A. Supriatin; Y.N. Thaher

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 765-788


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Excessive presence of heavy metals in water sources can reduce water quality and harm human health. However, research on heavy metals from water sources for sanitation and hygiene purposes and drinking water in the Upper Citarum Watershed remains limited. This study focuses ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Engineering
Bioenergy potential of Chlorella vulgaris under the influence of different light conditions in a bubble column photobioreactor

S. Dhanasekar; R. Sathyanathan

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 789-804


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Recent investigations indicated that continuous use of fertilizers and pesticides in agricultural fields not only deteriorated soil health but also caused a deleterious effect on surface and groundwater bodies. Treating such wastewater using microalgae has shown higher nutrient ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Management
Healthcare waste characteristics and management in regional hospital and private clinic

S. Ajbar El Gueriri; F. El Mansouri; F. Achemlal; S. Lachaal; J. Brigui; A. Fakih Lanjri

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 805-818


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Good health and a safe environment are essential for sustainable development, including the appropriate management of healthcare wastes. The study intends to assess the generation rate and management methods of healthcare waste in the regional hospital center and a private ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Science
The antibacterial and antifungal potential of marine natural ingredients from the symbiont bacteria of mangrove

D. Pringgenies; W. Ari Setyati; F. Feliatra; D. Ariyanto

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 819-832


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Mangroves are known to contain tannins, flavonoids, and quinones, which have the potential to be antibacterial, effective even against multidrug-resistant bacteria. Mangroves also have antifungal and antiviral properties. Although, mangroves are known for their use as medicinal ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Science
Prediction models of iron level in beef muscle tissue toward ecological well-being

K. Narozhnykh

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 833-850


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Elemental status is associated with the biochemical processes occurring in the body. Beef, consumed worldwide, is an excellent source of iron in terms of quantity and bioavailability, providing up to 18 percent of the daily requirement. The level of iron in muscle tissue affects ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Management
Sustainability index analysis of the black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) cultivation from food waste substrate

A.D. Santoso; T. Handayani; R.A. Nugroho; A.I. Yanuar; N. Nadirah; E.S. Rohaeni; E. Widjaja; M.A.M. Oktaufik; U. Ayuningtyas; Y.P. Erlambang; R. Herdioso; M.N. Rofiq; R. Hutapea; A.L. Sihombing; B. Rustianto; I.M.A.D Susila; D. Irawan; D. Iskandar; S. Indrijarso; G.D. Widiarta

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 851-870


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Most food waste is dominated by domestic activities consisting of large numbers of organic pollutants, such as nitrogen and phosphate potentially hazardous to the environment. Domestic waste can be used as a feed source in black soldier fly cultivation with utility in pollutant ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Management
The impact of fruit and vegetable waste on economic loss estimation

B. Parsafar; M. Ahmadi; Gh.R. Jahed Khaniki; N. Shariatifar; A. Rahimi Foroushani

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 871-884


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Receiving nutrients from fruits and vegetables are essential for public health. However, a large amount of waste is produced during producing, supplying, and consuming these fruits and vegetables. Water, fertilizers and pesticides used for the production of agricultural ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Engineering
Harbor water pollution by heavy metal concentrations in sediments

L. Sulistyowati; Y. Yolanda; N. Andareswari

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 885-898


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The Belawan Harbor is the third largest port, which is located in an estuary, causing the port water area to be vulnerable to pollution, especially heavy metals. Conflicts between the community and the port authorities often occur due to pollution. Heavy metals are dangerous ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Management
The influences of environmental awareness on green performance

M.H. Mansour

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 899-914


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Despite the various environmental challenges the hotel sector faces, there is a significant need to resolve them by applying sustainable techniques like green human resource management. As a result, there is a pressing need to investigate how green human resource management ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Management
Effects of citizen participation on urban water management based on socioeconomic factors

F. Mardianti; D.E. Purba

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 915-932


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: In this era of globalization, clean water management is considered a complex problem requiring the strategic management of various aspects. Citizen participation in managing polluted waters is a critical, determining factor in preventing water crises. This study predicts the ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Management
Health risk assessment through probabilistic sensitivity analysis of carbon monoxide and fine particulate transportation exposure

E. Ernyasih; A. Mallongi; A. Daud; S. Palutturi; S. Stang; R. Thaha; E. Ibrahim; W. Al Madhoun

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 933-950


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The rising number of vehicles used for transportation, which is attributed to the steady increase in population, is known to be a major contributor of air pollution, which, in turn, can have adverse effects on the environment and human health. Therefore, in this study, we aimed ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Management
Consequences of changing regional integration on environmental development, agricultural markets, and food security

L.A. Omarbakiyev; S.M. Kantarbayeva; A.K. Nizamdinova; S.T. Zhumasheva; G.Zh. Seitkhamzina; A. Saulembekova

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 951-966


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Geopolitical risks have made significant changes in the integration ties between the countries of Central Asia, which has affected the sustainable development of the agro-industrial complex and food security. The adoption of urgent measures to improve food security, on the ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Management
Farmers' motivation and obstacles in the smallest available agricultural region

D.P. Darmawan; G.M.K. Arisena; A.A.A.W.S. Djelantik; A.A.K. Krisnandika; N.L.M.I.M. Dewi; N.T. Lukpitasari Korri; N.M.C. Sukendar

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 967-982


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The high need for tourism-supporting infrastructure has impacted the increasing conversion of land functions in Denpasar City, Indonesia. The lack of agricultural areas in Denpasar City has motivated farmers to continue farming. Farmer motivation to do farming will collide ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Management
The effect of income and smallholder characteristics on cultivation, harvesting, and post-harvest management of natural rubber

. Nurliza

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 983-994


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Indonesia is the second largest natural rubber producer, which it gets primarily from smallholders. However, smallholders are less and less competitive because of unsustainable agricultural practices, while there is huge potential for sustainable natural rubber. This study ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Management
Heavy metals contamination in geothermal medicinal plant extract; Chromolaena odorata Linn

A. Abubakar; H. Yusuf; M. Syukri; R. Nasution; M. Yusuf; R. Idroes

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 995-1004


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Medicinal plants growing in geothermal areas have been reported to possess relatively high concentrations of bioactive secondary metabolites, which have been attributed to the adaptive heat stress response. Nonetheless, the exploitation of their medicinal benefits is limited ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Engineering
Dechlorination of selected polychlorinated biphenyl congeners using metal-impregnated pulverized shrimp shell catalyst from waste

D.B. Aviantara; F. Suciati; G. Hadiko; N.S. Indrasti; M. Yani

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 1005-1018


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Polychlorinated biphenyls are pervasive contaminants that are receiving attention worldwide. Due to their well-known propensity to have harmful impacts on both humans and the environment, polychlorinated biphenyls have been internationally banned for use. In this study, dechlorination ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Engineering
Preventing water pollution using importance-performance analysis and terrain analysis

L. Sulistyowati; N. Andareswari; F. Afrianto; A. Rais; M.F. Hafa; D. Darwiyati; A.L. Ginting

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 1019-1032


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The monitoring of the Brantas watershed showed a light-polluted status. This study began by identifying the priority of regional problems using importance-performance analysis. Furthermore, a hydrological analysis was conducted to determine the pollutant area of the Brantas ...  Read More

REVIEW PAPER Environmental Management
Effectiveness of the voluntary disclosure of corporate information and its commitment to climate change

F.G. Arredondo Trapero; E.M. Guerra Leal; J. Kim

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, Pages 1033-1048


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Although governments and companies have been implementing various measures, such as technological innovation, new emissions regulations, and policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, it seems that global warming is not decreasing. In order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Impact of COVID-19 large scale restriction on environment and economy in Indonesia

R.E. Caraka; Y. Lee; R. Kurniawan; R. Herliansyah; P.A. Kaban; B.I. Nasution; P.U. Gio; R.C. Chen; T. Toharudin; B. Pardamean

Volume 6, Special Issue (Covid-19) , 2020, , Pages 65-84


  COVID-19 has a severe and widespread impact, especially in Indonesia. COVID-19 was first reported in Indonesia on March 03, 2020 then rapidly spread to all 34  provinces by April 09, 2020.  Since then, COVID-19 is declared a state of national disaster and health emergency. This research analyzes ...  Read More

Environmental Science
Using multivariate generalized linear latent variable models to measure the difference in event count for stranded marine animals

R.E. Caraka; R.C. Chen; Y. Lee; T. Toharudin; C. Rahmadi; M. Tahmid; A.S. Achmadi

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2021, , Pages 117-130


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The classification of marine animals as protected species makes data and information on them to be very important. Therefore, this led to the need to retrieve and understand the data on the event counts for stranded marine animals based on location emergence, number of individuals, ...  Read More

Decolorization of mixture of dyes: A critical review

V.K. Gupta; S. Khamparia; I. Tyagi; D. Jaspal; A. Malviya

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2015, , Pages 71-94


  Water plays a vital and essential role in our ecosystem. This natural resource is becoming scarce, making its availability a major social and economic concern. Use of a large variety of synthetic dyes in textile industries has raised an hazardous environmental alert. About 17 - 20% of freshwater pollution ...  Read More

Removal of ammonium ions from wastewater: A short review in development of efficient methods

V.K. Gupta; H. Sadegh; M. Yari; R. Shahryari Ghoshekandi; B. Maazinejad; M. Chahardori

Volume 1, Issue 2 , April 2015, , Pages 149-158


  Ammonium ions wastewater pollution has become one of the most serious environmental problems today. The treatment of ammonium ions is a special concern due to their recalcitrance and persistence in the environment. In recent years, various methods for ammonium ion removal from wastewater have been extensively ...  Read More

Environmental Management
The dramatic impact of the Coronavirus outbreak on air quality: Has it saved as much as it has killed so far?

R.J. Isaifan

Volume 6, Issue 3 , July 2020, , Pages 275-288


  The outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was first reported from Wuhan, China, on December 31st, 2019. As the number of coronavirus infections has exceeded 100,000 with toll deaths of about 5000 worldwide as of early March, 2020, scientists and researchers are racing to investigate the nature of ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Management
Economics and cost effectiveness of a rain garden for flood-resistant urban design

D. Rinchumphu; N. Suriyanon; N. Phichetkunbodee; S. Munlikawong; C. Wanitchayapaisit; S. Sitthikankun

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 April 2023


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Rapid urbanization negatively affects the hydrologic cycle and makes cities vulnerable to disastrous flash floods. It can additionally cause erosion and water pollution in natural ecosystems. Global climate changes have exacerbated such issues, further upsetting hydrologic ...  Read More

Silver-based plasmonic nanoparticles for biosensor organophosphate pesticides using a single film containing acetylcholinesterase/choline oxidase

D. Hermanto; N. Ismillayli; H. Muliasari; R. Wirawan; S.R. Kamali

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 24 May 2023


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: To address the potential harm caused by the intensive use of pesticides in pest control in agriculture, there is a need for accurate and efficient methods to detect and monitor pesticide residues. Therefore, this study aimed to develop a biosensor that can detect organophosphate ...  Read More

Root growth and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on woody plants for vegetative stabilization of tropical slopes

I.G. Tejakusuma; E.H. Sittadewi; T. Handayani; T. Hernaningsih; W. Wisyanto; A. Rifai

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 May 2023


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Plant growth is improved by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, although they have not been researched for slope stability. These fungal inoculations and bamboo interventions may promote root development toward the slip plane. Thstudy looks at how tree roots react to planting ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Engineering
Modeling regional aboveground carbon stock dynamics affected by land use and land cover changes

A.D. Malik; M.C.W. Arief; S. Withaningsih; P. Parikesit

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 May 2023


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Land use and land cover changes are affected by massive construction, urban expansion, and exploitative agricultural management. These pressures threaten the potential of aboveground carbon storage in Rancakalong District, West Java, Indonesia. In that massive construction ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Management
An analysis on the economic development and deforestation

E.S. Siregar; S.U. Sentosa; A. Satrianto

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 06 June 2023


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to investigate endogenous variables namely, economic development and deforestation, in North Sumatra, and examine their determinants. Both variables are substantial in a country community welfare with harmonized environmental sustainability as a legacy for ...  Read More

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