Journal seeks telecoupling framework applications

A special issue in an international journal invites articles on soil conservation and environmental sustainability. Deadline: April 30.

Cover of KeAi  journal International Soil and Water Conservation Research

Submissions are being sought for a special issue in the international journal New Sciences and Technologies in Soil Conservation and Eco-Sustainability. Articles exploring the applications of the telecoupling framework specifically are mentioned. The submission deadine is April 30.

Soil plays a crucial role in the earth system, so conservation of soil is a critical step towards achieving a sustainable world. To obtain credible data in soil studies, applicable and precise methods are vital. This special issue focuses on new technologies linked to soil conservation and eco-sustainability.

Topics Covered:

  • Theory and practice of soil conservation experiments
  • Measurement technologies and instruments for soil loss
  • Modeling and decision-support tools for watershed regulation
  • Hazardous substances and detection techniques
  • Validations and applications of remote sensing to eroded areas
  • Applications of the telecoupling framework in soil conservation and environmental sustainability

Online submission instructions and details  can be found on the KeAi site.



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