Journal of Environmental & Engineering GeoPhysics

The Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics (JEEG; ISSN 1083-1363) is the peer-reviewed journal of the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS). JEEG welcomes manuscripts on new developments in near-surface geophysics applied to environmental, engineering, and mining issues as well as novel near-surface geophysics case histories. JEEG is published four times a year and is delivered, in print, to EEGS members.  JEEG is also available to members online:

  • Click here (members only - must be signed in to access) for JEEG papers and SAGEEP proceedings
  • JEEG issues are also available through GeoScienceWorld.  

It is listed in the Science Citation Index with a 2012 impact factor of 0.818. 

JEEG Editor
Janet Simms (

Production Schedule
2014 JEEG Production Schedule

Color Figures in Manuscripts
Color Reproductions: Due to the cost of printing color, the incremental cost of printing color figures will be passed, in total, to the authors.  New!  Authors can order color figures for the online version only or for the print and online versions of JEEG by submitting a completed order form and payment:  Print and Online Color Figure(s) Order Form to the EEGS business office.  Completed order forms and payment must be received in the EEGS office no later than 10 days after the first galley proof corrections were submitted.  Authors can also choose to request color figures in the online version of JEEG (print versions will feature black and white figures) by submitting a completed order form and payment:  Online Color Figure(s) Order Form

Vol. 19.1 (March, 2014) Special Issue:  Time Domain Electromagnetics Applications 

The March, 2014 issue of the JEEG 

is a special issue intended to shed light on the expanding applications and illuminate the ever more complex world of the TEM method and does not represent an exhaustive examination of the current stage of TEM methodology.  Issue Editor is Antonio Menghini, Aarhus Geophysics, Denmark.  The issue and focuses on:

  • New developments in equipment
  • Data acquisition, modeling, and inversion
  • Case histories, including:
             o hydrogeology (fresh-water detection, seawater encroachment)
             o engineering (sinkholes, slope stability, rock fracturing)
             o environment (leachate and pollutants detection, waste disposal, UXO detection, permafrost study)
             o exploration (oil and mining)
  • Airborne Time Domain EM


Questions about submitting to the JEEG may be directed to:
    JEEG Editor—Janet Simms,