Announcing the themed issue on Environmental Nanotechnology

The Journal of Environmental Monitoring (JEM) is commissioning a special issue reporting significant recent advances in Environmental Nanotechnology for publication in May 2011. Professor Omowunmi Sadik, Director of the Center for Advanced Sensors & Environmental Systems (CASE) at the State University of New York at Binghamton, will be the Guest Editor of this issue.

Through this issue on Environmental Nanotechnology, JEM aims to give wide-spread exposure to current advances from leading investigators and to stimulate further progress in the field based on these new developments. JEM places special emphasis on environmental processes and impacts and contributions are sought (critical and tutorial reviews, full papers, and communications are all welcome) covering these areas.

The journal will begin accepting submissions immediately with an absolute, final submission deadline of January 10th 2011 to meet the May publication date.  Manuscripts can be submitted using our online submission service. Please state in your covering letter that your article was submitted in response to the Call for Papers for the themed issue on Environmental Nanotechnology.

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2 Responses to “Announcing the themed issue on Environmental Nanotechnology”

  1. Louise says:

    good article,thank you

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