Global Journal of Environmental Planning and Architectural Heritage

Print Frequency : Biannually

Basic Information


Journal Name [English] Global Journal of Environmental Planning and Architectural Heritage
Print ISSN NA
Online ISSN 2581-4192
Publisher's Url http://technology.eure...
Subject Engineering
Frequency Biannually
Access Free


Journal Description


Global Journal of Environmental Planning and Architectural Heritage has been conceptualized for effective dissemination and promulgation of original research in all fields of Environmental Planning and Architectural Heritage. With a relentless pursuit of excellence, it aims at providing immaculate and superior research material, thus fostering the spirit of non-conformity, experimentation and de novo intellection among researchers in different parts of the world. GJEPAH strives ardently to present inceptive, innovative and invaluable research developments, both application oriented and theoretical, in all possible domains of Environmental Planning and Architectural Heritage to a broad audience of academic researchers and industry practitioners in all major faculties - research and development, management, strategic planning, purchasing, design & styling, marketing, human resources etc. Ingeniousness and research impaction are the main parameters for evaluation of theoretical papers. Applications based on advanced theory and case studies aid in bridging the gap between theory and practice, and are particularly welcome. General approaches, formalisms, algorithms or techniques should be complemented with lucid illustrations allowing easy comprehension and subsequent suitable applicability. Although the main emphasis of GJEPAH is on original research papers, theoretical and integrative review articles, book reviews, and high-quality position papers are also published to keep readers up-to-date on the latest ideas, designs, and developments in these allied fields. Special review articles will be granted consideration based on the stage of evolvement of their respective fields. Although there is no restriction on the length of contributions, brevity will always be preferred. Brief articles will merit attention depending on their technical proficiency. Discussions of previously published papers are also welcome. Focus & Scope Topics of relevance include all aspects of the scientific foundations, techniques, and applications of Environmental Planning and Architectural Heritagesuch as: Architectural Heritage: Assessment and reuse Analysis of building technologies Cultural heritage and sustainability conservation and exploitation of cultural heritage Computer sciences in cultural heritage Castles and fortresses Corrosion and material decay Defence heritage Evolution of historical sites Earth construction Ecological impact Guidelines, codes and regulations for cultural heritage Heritage and tourism Heritage masonry Heritage management and economic analyses Heritage architecture and historical aspects Impact of climate change on cultural heritage and management Industrial heritage Islamic heritage Learning from the past Material characterisation Maritime heritage Modern (19th/20th century) heritage New technologies and materials Non-destructive testing and monitoring Performance and maintenance Restoration of metallic structures Seismic vulnerability Socio-economic sustainability Safety and security Safeguarding of cultural heritage Surveying and monitoring Stone masonry walls Simulation and modelling Transportation heritage Wooden structures Environmental Planning and Management: Environmental impact assessment Environmental policy and legislation Environmental planning Environmental and strategic impact assessment Environmental management Environmental economics, valuation and natural resource accounting Groundwater Potential Recharge Hydrology and Flood Management Impact of climate change in Water resources Natural resource planning and management Pollution control measures Rainfall Runoff modelling Regulatory and market-based instruments for environmental management Solid / Hazardous/E- waste management Sustainable development Sustainable Water Management Using Environmental modelling Water & Soil Conservation Water & waste water treatment