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The Journal of Environmental Pollution is an international journal that seeks to publish documents that contain the results of original research on the serious problems of environmental pollution and contribute new knowledge to science.Editors welcome high-quality documents, where pollutants are well defined and measurable, can be directly related to the biological and environmental implications for human health. This includes air, water, soil and climate change pollution. New methods of research and measurement of pollutants and their effects are also encouraged, as well as documents on new types of environmental problems, such as combating pollution. Emerging pollutants are of great interest, such as micro plastics, e-waste, noise pollution, if they can be clearly associated with the above-mentioned biological effects. Documents should be process-oriented and / or hypothetical, which should be taken into account for the public. Papers based on field research are prioritized for publication.Reports such as meta-analyzes that report the results of re-examining and interpreting existing data are welcome. Modeling documents are welcome only to a certain extent, that is, they must be associated with a specific pollution problem or process that could potentially have consequences for the environment and / or human health. Critical reviews and comments are also of great interest, as are letters to the editor.
The editors welcome the following contributions:
• Full research papers: Results from completed investigations reporting original and previously unpublished work.
• Short communications: A brief communication of urgent matter or the reporting of preliminary findings to be given expedited publication.
• Review papers: In-depth critical reviews of special subjects. Authors planning reviews should contact one of the editors prior to submission.
• Commentaries: Opinions and concerns about current scientific issues, invited or unsolicited
• Letters to the Editor: Short focused letters to raise issues or concerns about papers published in the journal and solicit a reply from the authors of those papers
• Special Issues. Special Issues will be published on emerging thematic issues and innovative conferences. An Editor or Associate Editor should be contacted early in the conference planning process to get approval and for guidelines on special issues of the journal. Furthermore, the Editors or Associate Editors will invite leading experts as Guest Editors for Special Issues.
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