International Journal of Geohazards and Environment

IJGE provides an international open forum for researchers and practitioners to publish scholarly and high quality original papers, state-of-the-art reviews and case studies on a wide range of topics relevant to geological and geotechnical hazards, occurring naturally or associated with human activities, on the surface and below the ground, and the associated environmental issues. For topics, see below.

Geohazards and instability in the ground

Editor-in-Chief: D.H. Steve Zou, Professor, Dalhousie University

Interdisciplinary - Science, Engineering and Technology

Original Research, New Developments and Case Studiesin understanding and tackling geohazards and the associated environment issues:

  • Avalanches, Landslides, Slope Failure and Large Rockfalls
  • Effects of Climate Change and Permafrost Thaw, Coast Erosion
  • Debris Flows
  • Earthquakes and Tsunamis
  • Subsidence and Sinkholes
  • Volcanoes
  • Instability in Geotechnical and Mining Engineering
  • Rockbursts in Underground Mining and Excavations
  • Monitoring and Detection
  • Field Assessment
  • Technologies

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