American Society of Civil Engineers


Journal of Environmental Engineering

ISSN: 0733-9372, eISSN: 1943-7870, CODEN: JOEEDU
Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, 1983-; Volume: http://ascelibrary.org/journal/JOEEDU

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by Arun K. Deb, (editor), (October 1982—August 1984), Gary S. Logsdon, (editor), (October 1984—August 1986), Appiah Amirtharajah, (editor), (October 1986—October 1988), Chin-Pao Huang, (editor), (December 1988—October 1990), Thomas M. Walski, (editor), (November 1990—October 1992), Steven C. McCutcheon, (editor), (November 1992—December 1994), Thomas L. Theis, (editor), (January 1995—October 1996), Byung R. Kim, (editor), (November 1996—October 1998), Makram T. Suidan, (editor), (November 1998—September 2000), Robert G. Arnold, (editor), (October 2000—November 2002), Mark J. Rood, (editor), (December 2002—October 2004), Margaret Katherine Banks, (editor), (November 2004—November 2006), and Raymond A. Ferrara, (editor), (December 2006—Present), Journal Code: EE

ASCE sponsor: Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI)

Document type: Serial
Abstract: The Journal of Environmental Engineering presents broad interdisciplinary information on the practice and status of research in environmental engineering science, systems engineering, and sanitation. Papers focus on design, development of engineering methods, management, governmental policies, and societal impacts of wastewater collection and treatment; the fate and transport of contaminants on watersheds, in surface waters, in groundwater, in soil, and in the atmosphere; environmental biology, microbiology, chemistry, fluid mechanics, and physical processes that control natural concentrations and dispersion of wastes in air, water, and soil; nonpoint-source pollution on watersheds, in streams, in groundwater, in lakes, and in estuaries and coastal areas; treatment, management, and control of hazardous wastes; control and monitoring of air pollution and acid deposition; airshed management; and design and management of solid waste facilities. A balanced contribution from consultants, practicing engineers, and researchers is sought on engineering solutions, and professional obligations and responsibilities.


ASCE Subject Headings:
ASCE publications
Environmental engineering