Journal of Soil and Water Science

 ISSN: 2643-5799

Journal of Soil and Water Science

About Journal


Journal of Soil and Water Science is an open access, peer reviewed journal that publishes novel research in various multi-disciplines such as chemistry, physics, biology, ecology of soils, surface waters and wetlands. It also discuses new scope or advancements in inter related disciplines such as soil and aquatic chemistry, hydrology, limnology, soil-plant relations, biogeochemistry, bioremediation, geomicrobiology, contaminant fate and transport, water resources management, hill slope processes, soil genesis, soil mineralogy and geomorphology, etc.

The journal brings new insights in the field of soil science and water science encouraging various types of manuscript forms such as original, reviews, rapid communications, opinions, perspectives, commentaries and letters. All the submitted manuscripts undergo peer review processing by international peers and independent reviewers to ensure the quality of published manuscripts.

The journal content is made available without any restriction barriers when cited under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License.


Editorial Board



Prof. Michael Thomas Aide

Professor
Department of Agriculture
Southeast Missouri State University
United States of America
Tel: 573-651-2796


Dr. David Arthur Sampson

Senior Scientist
Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Arizona State University
United States of America
Tel: 480-254-7171


Prof. Laodong Guo

Professor
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
School of Freshwater Sciences
United States of America
Tel: 414-382-1742


Prof. Hongbing Sun

Professor
Department of Geological, Environmental, and Marine Sciences
Rider University
United States of America


Prof. Andrew Kusiak

Professor
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
University of Iowa Informatics Initiative
United States of America
Tel: 319-335-5934


Prof. Mohamed Abou El Fetouh Barakat

Professor
Department of Environmental Sciences
King Abdulaziz University
Saudi Arabia
Tel: +966-507176783


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Latest Articles

Influence of Soil Particle Size Distribution on Groundwater Quality around Industrial Areas of Oshodi-Lagos Nigeria

Bernadette U Ukah, et al. 2019

Article type: Research Article   |     10.36959/624/435

Groundwater Evolutionary Processes and Quality Characterization: A Case of Olbanita Aquifer System, Lower Baringo Basin, Kenya Rift

Benjamin Sosi, et al. 2019

Article type: Research Article   |     10.36959/624/434

Neurocognitive Assessment of Ecuadorian Andean Children Living at High Altitude in the Cotopaxi Mountain Region

S Allen Counter, et al. 2019

Article type: Research Article   |     10.36959/624/433

A Defunct Lead-Acid Battery Recycling May Lead Strong Soil Pollution: A Case of Study in Mexico

Rogelio Carrillo-Gonzalez, et al. 2019

Article type: Research Article   |     10.36959/624/432

Shaft Lengths and Shaft Development Types in the Vadose Zone of the Bakony Region (Transdanubian Mountains, Hungary)

Márton Veress 2019

Article type: Review Article   |     10.36959/624/431

Impacts of Soil Pollution on Air Quality under Nigerian Setting

Enetimi Idah Seiyaboh and Sylvester Chibueze Izah 2019

Article type: Review Article   |     10.36959/624/430

The Recultivation of the Soils, Contaminated with Oil, Petrol and Diesel Fuel, with the Help of Earthworms Dendrobena veneta and the Complex of Microorganisms

SB Chachina, et al. 2019

Article type: Review Article   |     10.36959/624/429

Peculiarities of Using Biomass for Oil-Contaminated Soils Remediation in the Far North Regions

Gagloeva АЕ and Aistov IP 2019

Article type: Review Article   |     10.36959/624/428

Raindrop-Induced Erosion and Sediment Transport Modelling in Shallow Waters: A Review

Mohammad Haji Gholizadeh, et al. 2019

Article type: Review Article   |     10.36959/624/427

Characterizing Sorption and Modeling Phosphorus Movement on Candler and Immokalee Fine Sand

Davie M Kadyampakeni, et al. 2019

Article type: Research Article   |     10.36959/624/426