Journal of Environmental Science and Technology is an authoritative source of information for professionals in a wide range of environmental science and technology. Scope of the journal includes: Environmental quality monitoring, resource management and conservation, waste and waste-water treatment, fate and transport of contaminants, bio-remediation, Bio-stabilization, soil contamination, Soil washing techniques , Electro kinetics of soils, wetland function and design, waste reduction, recycling and reuse, air, soil and water contaminant, environmental toxicology and epidemiology.
Review articles should be organized as per the bellow listed instructions for each segment:
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Keywords are a tool to help indexers and search engines find relevant papers. If database search engines can find your journal manuscript, readers will be able to find it too. This will increase the number of people reading your manuscript, and likely lead to more citations.
However, to be effective, Keywords must be chosen carefully. They should:
|Manuscript title:||Direct observation of nonlinear optics in an isolated carbon nanotube|
|Poor keywords:||molecule, optics, lasers, energy lifetime|
|Better keywords:||single-molecule interaction, Kerr effect, carbon nanotubes, energy level structure|
|Manuscript title:||Region-specific neuronal degeneration after okadaic acid administration|
|Poor keywords:||neuron, brain, OA (an abbreviation), regional-specific neuronal degeneration, signaling|
|Better keywords:||neurodegenerative diseases; CA1 region, hippocampal; okadaic acid; neurotoxins; MAP kinase signaling system; cell death|
|Manuscript title:||Increases in levels of sediment transport at former glacial-interglacial transitions|
|Poor keywords:||climate change, erosion, plant effects|
|Better keywords:||quaternary climate change, soil erosion, bioturbation|
Authors must submit a statement of no more than 120 words about the significance of their research paper written at a level understandable to an undergraduate-educated scientist outside their field of specialty. The primary goal of the Significance Statement is to explain the relevance of the work in a broad context to a broad readership. Significance statements are not required for Brief Reports, Perspectives, Letters to the Editor.
This should contain the body of the article, and may also be broken into subsections with short, informative headings.