Number of Volumes

19

Number of Issues

48

Number of Articles

492

Number of Contributors

1,280

Article View

511,238

PDF Download

391,792

View Per Article

1039.1

PDF Download Per Article

796.33

 

Number of Submissions

953

Rejected Submissions

443

Reject Rate

46

Accepted Submissions

76

Acceptance Rate

8

Time to Accept (Days)

418

Number of Indexing Databases

41

Number of Reviewers

1211

 

Caspian Journal of Environmental Sciences (CJES) is an English language journal, which publishes original research articles dealing with all fields of research in environmental sciences. This journal is a quarterly official publication of Association of Universities of Caspian Region States, which is published by University of Guilan, Iran. 

Papers in any of the following fields will be considered: Climate change, environmental law and politics, environmental economics, environmental pollution, waste management, biodegradation and bioremediation, aquatic and terrestrial ecology, forest ecosystems, freshwater ecosystems, biodiversity, watershed hydrology, sustainable development, conservation, environmental evaluation and land use planning, animal and plant biology, hydrobiology and hydrochemistry. All research articles related to the Caspian Sea are in priority for publication. Review, Reports & Opinions, and Short Communication are also published. All manuscripts should be submitted through our Journal online submission system. Using this system, authors can upload manuscript files directly to our office and check on the status of their manuscripts during the review process. 

The Ministry of Sciences, Research and Technology of I.R. Iran has approved the Scientific-Research grade of this journal through the approval letter No. 3/4144 dated 31.07.2010. 31d70b2a2b86d61  

Current Issue: Volume 19, Issue 1, January 2021 

3. South Caspian vertical circulation during rapid sea level rise and fall

Pages 19-29

Mirmahmood Seyedvalizadeh; Hamid Alizadeh Ketek Lahijani; Seyed Mostafa Siadatmousavi


10. Length-weight relationship, condition factor and relative condition factor of Alosa braschnikowi and A. caspia in the southeast of the Caspian Sea (Goharbaran)

Pages 105-113

Hasan Fazli; Gholamreza Daryanabard; Mehdi Naderi Jolodar; Hassan Mollaei; Hosein Taleshian; Faramarz Bagherzadeh


12. Effects of the Caspian Sea water level change on Boujagh National Park, southwest the Caspian Sea

Pages 127-138

Homayoun Khoshravan; Alireza Naqinezhad; Tahereh Alinejad-Tabrizi; Tamara Yanina


Publication Information

Publisher

Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Executive Manager
Print ISSN
1735-3033
Online ISSN
1735-3866

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