is an international interdisciplinary journal bridging the fields of engineering geology
, and geology.
Geological studies must show
relevance to engineering, environmental concerns, and safety.
Topics of interest include hot-waste storage, groundwater rehabilitation,
landscape planning, natural hazards (seismicity, hydrology, geomorphology, subsidence, slope stability), pollution and contamination,
and remote sensing techniques including LiDAR.
Paper types considered shall be original research articles, case histories, and comprehensive
reviews. Case studies, in particular, should emphasize why the paper is of interest to the international readership of this journal,
and/or what new or novel research or analytical methods are being presented.
The journal is intended for academic scientists, industry
and applied researchers, and policy and decision makers.