Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics (JEEG)

The 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 and descriptions of new hardware aimed at the near-surface geophysics community.  It is listed in the Science Citation Index with a 2012 impact factor of 0.818.  Submit your article to jeeg.allenpress.net.

Publication in JEEG is free for grayscale figures.  Nominal costs are associated with color figures, either in hardcopy print or digital online.

JEEG is published four times a year and is delivered, in print, to EEGS members.  JEEG is also available to members online:

JEEG Editor in Chief
The current JEEG editor is Dale Rucker. Any questions related to content, schedule, or production, can be relayed to him:  druck8240@gmail.com.  JEEG also relies on a dedicated set of volunteer associate editors.  If you are interested in volunteering as an AE, please contact Dr. Rucker.  Areas of expertise sought include: gravity and magnetics. 

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

Vol. 21.4 (December, 2016)

 

Current Issue:  Vol. 21.3  (September, 2016)

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CALL FOR PAPERS

Ground truthing and geophysics for offshore engineering


A Special Issue of the EAGE Near Surface Geophysics journal will be published preceding the ‘Smarter Solutions for Future Offshore Developments’, taking place from 12th to 14th September 2017 at the historic Royal Geographical Society and Natural History Museum in South Kensington London, with selected papers to be presented at a session on shallow geophysics.  The conference series, which has run since 1979, offers a unique opportunity for geotechnical engineers, geoscientists and academics specializing in offshore topics to share their knowledge and experience.  

SUT and the EAGE are calling for high quality papers that report on the above topics and other developments, set out new research findings and present innovative ideas as to how the sector can improve efficiency, develop more collaborative approaches and offer innovation towards Smarter Solutions for Future Offshore Developments.

For additional information and instructions to submit an abstract, click here.