International Journal of Environmental Protection          
An Open Access Journal
ISSN: 2226-6437(Print)      ISSN: 2224-7777(Online)
Frequency: Annually
Editorial-in-Chief: Prof. Kevin Mickus,
Missouri University of Science & Technology, USA.

About the Journal

International Journal of Environmental Protection (IJEP) is an uprising peer-reviewed, free-access international journal, devoted to supporting a global exchange of knowledge of environmental protection. Moreover, special issues of IJEP may be dedicated to publish all or selected papers presented at international conferences or other scientific meetings.

Strengths
1. The full-text versions of each article can be downloaded for free.
2. IJEP has the resources on hand to publish papers quickly and efficiently.
3. It enjoys wide readership, and open access publishing can significantly improve the number of paper cites.

Journal news:
1, IJEP now is a member of CrossRef and has joined CrossCheck to fight against plagiarism. Ensure high ethical standards for all of the submitted papers.
2, IJEP to be indexed by EBSCO
International Journal of Environmental Protection has been selected for indexing by EBSCO, and papers of IJEP will be included in due course, normally within several months.
3, IJEP to be indexed by ProQuest
International Journal of Environmental Protection has been selected for indexing by ProQuest, and papers of IJEP will be included in due course, normally within several months.
4, IJEP to be indexed by Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI)
Protection has been selected for indexing by DRJI, and papers of IJEP will be included in due course, normally within several months.

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Current Issue
Integration Techniques for Environmental Impact Assessment of Industrial Pollutants
Indira Parajuli1, Heekwan Lee1
1.School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Incheon National University 22012, 119, Academy Street, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, Republic of Korea
Abstract | References Full Paper: PDF (Size:2600KB), pp.1-7, Pub. Date: 2017- 12-30
DOI:10.5963/IJEP0701001

Rainfall, Runoff and Erosion Analyses in a Sandy Desert Watershed under Mid-Latitude Cyclones Using the Kineros2 Model
Avraham Dody1, Rose Shillito2, Amir Givati3, Ayal Siegel3, Udi Galili3, Omer Eisenberg4
1.Geography Department, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel
2.Desert Research Institute, Las Vegas, NV, 89119, USA
3.Israeli Water Authority, Hydrological Service, Jerusalem, Israel
4.NRCN, P.O.B 9001, Beer Sheva, 84190 Israel
Abstract | References Full Paper: PDF (Size:566KB), pp.8-19, Pub. Date: 2017- 12-30
DOI:10.5963/IJEP0701002