About the Journal
Environmental Smoke (ES Journal) is a leading multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal.
Tutorial for submitting manuscripts using this system.
Main topics: Environmental/Biological Sciences, Humanities, Exact Sciences, Social Sciences, Health Sciences, Integrative Studies, Cross-cutting themes, among others.
For submitting articles to the special issue "XI Iberian Symposium on the Minho Hydrographic Basin River", use the ScholarOne system, by indicating to the editor (during the submission process) that the article is related to this special issue. After submission send an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the manuscript ID code, mentioning that it is addressed to this special issue.
The name of this journal refers to the smoke emitted by an erupting volcano, in which gases represent knowledge (in all areas), which spread throughout the world globe to the entire society.
Mission: To broaden scientific knowledge within an interdisciplinary approach, by bringing together not only the scientific community but also all of society around the theme of the relationship of the environment with humanity.
The journal Environmental Smoke follows Sustainable Development Goals #4 (Quality Education), #5 (Gender Equality), #10 (Reduced Inequalities), #13 (Climate Action), #16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions) and #17 (Partnerships for the Goals).
This journal is B1 for Qualis/Capes/Brazil. Check on the Sucupira Platform.
Manuscripts should be submitted only in English language, and may be submitted at any time of the year. Click on Guidelines for authors for accessing the rules of manuscripts presentation and format, as well as the fees/charges for authors. Each manuscript (Full Articles, Short Communications, Abstracts) has an exclusive DOI (Digital Object Identifier), registered on the Crossref website.
-For special editions (supervised by a guest editor), additional languages may be applied, for example Portuguese, Spanish, French, Chinese.
NOTE: All authors must provide, within the journal workflow system, the ORCID link, the international personal digital identifier of researchers.
Publication period (quarterly/four-monthly): January-April; May-August; September-December.
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