The Korean Society of Mineral and Energy Resources Engineers
|Aims and Scope
Geosystem Engineering is a quarterly journal comprehensively covering new developments in the field of mineral and energy resources engineering specially focusing on oil and natural gas exploration, analytical and economical geochemistry, geophysics, geology and applied geology, evaluation of the effects of mining activities, role of surface environment and impacts on human
health, resource economics and policy, and related studies.
The editors encourage original research contributions that have novelty, quality, and of potential industrial significance. The manuscripts delivering clearly stated practical scope, applicability in the area of mineral and energy resources engineering, and delivering new theoretical concepts well supported by experimental details will be encouraged. The journal publishes contributions including review paper, research paper, short communication, and discussion.
|Preparing and submitting your manuscript
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