Volume 7 (2021)
Volume 6 (2020)
Volume 5 (2019)
Volume 4 (2018)
Volume 3 (2017)
Volume 2 (2016)
Volume 1 (2015)

Journal Metrics

gjesm.net/journal/metrics

Journal date created

2015

SJR 2021 Quartile

Q1

SJR 2021

0.57

SNIP 2020

0.969

CiteScore 2020

3.9

CiteScore Tracker 2021

5.9

Scopus h-index

26

WOS h-index

24

WOS Total Citations

2667

Scopus Total Citations

3193

Google Total citations

5138
Google h-index

36

Google i10-index 149

Google h5-index

24

Google h5-median 

30

Issue per year

4

No. of volumes

8

No. of Issues

31

Published articles

338

Contributing countries

45
Acceptance rate

10%

  SCImago Journal & Country Rank

 

General Social Sciences

3.9
2020CiteScore
 
88th percentile
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General Environmental Science

3.9
2020CiteScore
 
76th percentile
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Environmental Engineering 

3.9
2020CiteScore
 
67th percentile
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Pollution 

3.9
2020CiteScore
 
60th percentile
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Global Journal of Environmental Science and Management (GJESM) is an open access quarterly Publication. The title welcomes original, review, novel and high-impact contributions from the related Environmental science, engineering and management issues. The GJESM Journal has been indexed in the well-known world databases mainly; Scopus (CiteScore = 5.9)Scimago Journal Rank (Q1), Web of Science (ESCI), JCI = 0.39. All submissions to the GJESM Journal undergo a fair, supportive and double-blind peer-review process and the title acceptance rate is about 10%. GJESM follows the uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted, issued by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) code of conduct for editors. All submitted manuscripts are checked for similarity through a trustworthy software named iThenticate to be assured about its originality and then rigorously peer-reviewed by the international reviewers. The title APC is affected for manuscripts submitted from March 01, 2021. The GJESM also awards an annual prize of USD 1000.00 to the most innovative published article of the year. In addition, GJESM has a fast-tracking model for highly valuable works.  

     

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Engineering
1. Water quality model-based methodology to assess assimilative capacity of wastewater discharges in rivers

F.M. Torres-Bejarano; M. Verbel-Escobar; M.C. Camila Atencia-Osorio

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, Pages 449-472

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2022.04.01

Abstract
  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: One of the negative impacts of polluting activities on aquatic ecosystems is the loss of its natural self-purification ability, for this reason, the purpose of this research was to evaluate the Sinú river capacity to assimilate wastewater discharges.METHODS: Monitoring ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Engineering
2. Water resources carrying capacity before and after volcanic eruption

M. Dede; S.B. Wibowo; Y. Prasetyo; I.W. Nurani; P.B. Setyowati; S. Sunardi

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, Pages 473-484

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2022.04.02

Abstract
  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Water resources carrying capacity is dynamic and can be influenced by catastrophic volcanic eruptions. The eruption of Mount Merapi in 2010 changed the landscape and community livelihoods due to the redistribution of a large volume of volcanic materials. This study aims to ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Engineering
3. Inkjet printing of metal oxide coatings for enhanced photovoltaic soiling environmental applications

E. Fares; B. Aissa; R.J. Isaifan

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, Pages 485-502

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2022.04.03

Abstract
  Background and objectives: Global energy needs have gradually shifted toward photovoltaic solar energy, especially in the Gulf region because of the high solar-irradiance potential. However, one of the main challenges for this technology in the region is soiling, which has been reported to degrade the ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Engineering
4. Characteristics and circulation of archipelagic waters with the three-dimensional hydrodynamic model approach

Suhaemi .; D.G. Bengen; C.P.H. Simanjuntak; A.F. Koropitan

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, Pages 503-518

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2022.04.04

Abstract
  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The Misool Islands are lined up regularly from west to east, the southern part of Raja Ampat Archipelago, Papua - Indonesia. The geomorphology is distinctive, and the coral reef substrate causes turbulence. Misool waters are located in the Papuan bird's head seascape, passed ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Science
5. Boron adsorption in semiarid Mediterranean soils under the influence of background electrolytes

S. Fatnassi; M.B. Almendro Candel; J. Navarro Pedreño; I. Gómez Lucas; M. Hachicha

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, Pages 519-532

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2022.04.05

Abstract
  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Boron is a micronutrient of high importance, both for plant development and normal growth. The range between boron deficiency and toxicity is very narrow, which makes boron unique among the essential micronutrients. Boron adsorption is one of the most important factors determining ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Management
6. Panel data regression approach on inclusive green growth

E. Juniardi; S. Amar; H. Aimon

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, Pages 533-544

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2022.04.06

Abstract
  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study is investigated on endogenous variables inclusive of green growth by developing the concept of inclusive green growth in Indonesia. The objective of the current study was to describe the conditions of inclusive green development in each province in Indonesia, which ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Management
7. Satellite imagery system in malaria transmission resulting from the land use/land cover change

C. Payus; J. Sentian

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, Pages 545-560

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2022.04.07

Abstract
  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study analyzed the changes in land use and land cover trends and their implication on malaria transmission using satellite imagery applications. Deforestation or human land use activity related to water and development has expanded the ideal habitats for malaria-carrying ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Science
8. Microalgae diversity in several different sub-habitats

S. Arsad; Y.W. Mulasari; N.Y. Sari; E.D. Lusiana; Y. Risjani; M. Musa; M. Mahmudi; F.S. Prasetiya; L.A. Sari

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, Pages 561-574

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2022.04.08

Abstract
  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Biodiversity is the variety of life that exists on Earth, including all the organisms, species, and populations that come together in a complex manner to form communities and ecosystems. This study aimed to assess the diversity of microalgae in several different sub-habitats ...  Read More

CASE STUDY Environmental Science
9. Phosphorus recovery from domestic sewage sludge in the presence of waste grape pruning biochar

M. Piri; E. Sepehr

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, Pages 575-588

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2022.04.09

Abstract
  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Phosphorus is an essential and limiting nutrient for all living organisms. Although phosphorus is a finite resource on earth, it is usually wasted today. Precipitation of struvite from waste residues is mainly carried out to recover phosphorus. This study aimed to investigate ...  Read More

REVIEW PAPER Environmental Management
10. A bibliometric analysis of the effects of electronic waste on the environment

M. Maphosa; V. Maphosa

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, Pages 589-606

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2022.04.10

Abstract
  The outcome of improper electronic waste management is an environmental and epidemiological catastrophe; therefore, its management has become crucial given the increase in e-waste generation. Global e-waste output eclipsed 52 million metric tonnes in 2020, growing at 3% per annum. The United Nations ...  Read More

Environmental Management
1. 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

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/GJESM.2019.06.SI.07

Abstract
  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
2. 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

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gjesm.2021.01.09

Abstract
  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

3. 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

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/gjesm.2015.01.007

Abstract
  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

4. 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

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/gjesm.2015.02.007

Abstract
  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

5. An investigation on role of salinity, pH and DO on heavy metals elimination throughout estuarial mixture

A.R. Karbassi; M. Heidari

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2015, , Pages 41-46

http://dx.doi.org/10.7508/gjesm.2015.01.004

Abstract
  One of the most paramount processes that play a considerable role in reducing the concentration of heavy metals during estuarine mixing is flocculation. Not only does such a process cause a huge percentage of metals to come into the particulate phase, but also it provides ample nutrients for the aquatic ...  Read More

ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE Environmental Management
1. Acute effects on hepatic biomarkers in the freshwater native fish Aequidens metae exposed to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

W. Corredor-Santamaría; I.C. Calderón-Delgado; Z. Arbeli; J.M. Navas; Y.M. Velasco-Santamaría

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 12 May 2022

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/gjesm.2023.01.01

Abstract
  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are present in all environmental matrices. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons-rich wastewater from the oil industry is discharged into natural water bodies. Detritivorous fish shown the effects of pollutants in water. Biomarkers of effect make ...  Read More

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