Journal of Natural Hazards and Environment
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e-ISSN 2528-9640 | Period Biannually | Founded: 2015 | Publisher Artvin Çoruh University | http://dacd.artvin.edu.tr/

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About

Journal of Natural Hazards and Environment (JNHE) is published by the Natural Hazards Application and Research Center of Artvin Coruh University. JNHE is a high-quality open access peer-reviewed research journal publishing original research articles and reviews on all subjects related to both natural hazards and the environment.

Manuscripts submitted to the journal should not be published anywhere (except research results printed in scientific conferences), should not be submitted to any other journal and should not have been accepted for publication. The Journal accepts manuscript both in English and Turkish and it is published biannually in the months of January and July with online version only.

Aim and Scope

The aim of the Journal of Natural Hazards and Environment (JNHE) is to provide researchers a qualified scientific publishing platform for their research focusing all subjects related to both natural hazards and environment and to contribute sharing of current scientific development and knowledge with the scientific world. The scope of the Journal encompasses research subjects including natural hazards, environmental studies, disaster management, pollution (air, water, soil, and noise), and climate change and global warming, together with research on new techniques.

Some of the relevant topics and disciplines are earthquakes, landslides, rock falls, avalanches, flooding, flood, storms, erosion, drought, fire, biological disasters (such as epidemic diseases and insect infestation), climate change and global warming, disaster management, early warning systems, pollution (air, water, soil and noise), water and wastewater treatment, waste management (solid, medical and hazardous waste), watershed and water quality management, environmental impact assessment, renewable energy resources, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and remote sensing applications on all issues related to natural hazards and environment.

Peer Review Process

All articles submitted to the journal is firstly evaluated by the editorial board and if it is suitable, it is reviewed by at least two academic reviewers chosen by the editorial board. JNHE uses double-blind review, meaning that the identities of the reviewers and authors are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. The reviewing process of the manuscripts that are out of the Journal’s scope and not related with the subjects or not prepared in the format outlined in the author guidelines cannot be started.

Article Processing Charges

Journal of Natural Hazards and Environment (JNHE) does not charge any submission or processing fee.

Abstracting and Indexing

Journal of Natural Hazards and Environment (JNHE) is abstracted and indexed in ULAKBIM TR Dizin, JournalSeek, Open Access Library (OALib), Open Academic Journals Index (OAJI), ResearchBib, RootIndexing, SciLit, Scientific Indexing Services, Science Library Index and Scientific World Index.

Journal of Natural Hazards and Environment

e-ISSN 2528-9640 | Period Biannually | Founded: 2015 | Publisher Artvin Çoruh University | http://dacd.artvin.edu.tr/
Cover Image

26.452

95.119

About

Journal of Natural Hazards and Environment (JNHE) is published by the Natural Hazards Application and Research Center of Artvin Coruh University. JNHE is a high-quality open access peer-reviewed research journal publishing original research articles and reviews on all subjects related to both natural hazards and the environment.

Manuscripts submitted to the journal should not be published anywhere (except research results printed in scientific conferences), should not be submitted to any other journal and should not have been accepted for publication. The Journal accepts manuscript both in English and Turkish and it is published biannually in the months of January and July with online version only.

Aim and Scope

The aim of the Journal of Natural Hazards and Environment (JNHE) is to provide researchers a qualified scientific publishing platform for their research focusing all subjects related to both natural hazards and environment and to contribute sharing of current scientific development and knowledge with the scientific world. The scope of the Journal encompasses research subjects including natural hazards, environmental studies, disaster management, pollution (air, water, soil, and noise), and climate change and global warming, together with research on new techniques.

Some of the relevant topics and disciplines are earthquakes, landslides, rock falls, avalanches, flooding, flood, storms, erosion, drought, fire, biological disasters (such as epidemic diseases and insect infestation), climate change and global warming, disaster management, early warning systems, pollution (air, water, soil and noise), water and wastewater treatment, waste management (solid, medical and hazardous waste), watershed and water quality management, environmental impact assessment, renewable energy resources, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and remote sensing applications on all issues related to natural hazards and environment.

Peer Review Process

All articles submitted to the journal is firstly evaluated by the editorial board and if it is suitable, it is reviewed by at least two academic reviewers chosen by the editorial board. JNHE uses double-blind review, meaning that the identities of the reviewers and authors are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. The reviewing process of the manuscripts that are out of the Journal’s scope and not related with the subjects or not prepared in the format outlined in the author guidelines cannot be started.

Article Processing Charges

Journal of Natural Hazards and Environment (JNHE) does not charge any submission or processing fee.

Abstracting and Indexing

Journal of Natural Hazards and Environment (JNHE) is abstracted and indexed in ULAKBIM TR Dizin, JournalSeek, Open Access Library (OALib), Open Academic Journals Index (OAJI), ResearchBib, RootIndexing, SciLit, Scientific Indexing Services, Science Library Index and Scientific World Index.

Volume 5 - Issue 1 - Jan 2019
  1. Bitlis Hava Kirliliği Emisyon Envanteri ve Sağlık Etkilerinin Çoklu Lineer Regresyonla Tahmini
    Pages 1 - 10
    Sinan Mehmet Turp
  2. Maden Kaynaklı Trafik Emisyonlarının Dağılımlarının Modellenmesi: Artvin Örneği
    Pages 11 - 21
    Kazım Onur Demirarslan, Şenay Çetin Doğruparmak
  3. Asi Havzası’nda (Türkiye) Kuraklık Analizi
    Pages 22 - 40
    Mehmet Dikici
  4. Erzincan Kentinde Yerel Zemin Özelliklerinin Deprem Duyarlılığına Etkisi
    Pages 41 - 57
    Emre Özşahin, İlker Eroğlu
  5. Kahramanmaraş Domuz (Boğaz) Deresi Kuşaklama Kanalının HEC-RAS Modeli
    Pages 58 - 64
    Burcu Ercan, Ayşe Ece Yağcı, Mehmet Ünsal
  6. Situation of the Yukarıköy’s Traditional Stone Masonry Houses Affected by 2017 Ayvacık Earthquakes
    Pages 65 - 79
    Ali Rıza Parsa, Ali Osman Kuruşcu
  7. Farklı Deprem Senaryolarına Göre Kırşehir İli Kayıp Tahmin Analizleri
    Pages 80 - 93
    Ercan Işık, Çoşkun Sağır, Zuhal Tozlu, Ümit Salim Ustaoğlu
  8. Pestisit Üretiminde Atıksuların Koagülasyon/Flokülasyon Prosesi ile Geri Kazanımının Değerlendirilmesi
    Pages 94 - 100
    Aslıhan Katip
  9. Investigation of Indoor Air Quality in a Hospital: A Case Study from Şanlıurfa, Turkey
    Pages 101 - 109
    Tuba Rastgeldi Doğan
  10. Atık Andezit Tozu ve Uçucu Küllerin Betonda Kullanımının Karşılaştırılması
    Pages 110 - 115
    Hakan Ceylan, Metin Davraz
  11. Büyük Menderes Grabeninde Cisim Dalgalarının Frekans Bağımlı Soğrulma Karakterinin Belirlenmesi
    Pages 116 - 123
    Alper Demirci, Tolga Bekler
  12. Thermal Shock Effect on Strength Loss Properties of Rock Materials: An Experimental Study on Thermal Fatigue Durability
    Pages 124 - 133
    Eren Kömürlü
  13. Türkiye’de Seçilen Hava Kalitesi İzleme İstasyonları için Eğilim (Trend) Değerlendirmeleri
    Pages 134 - 152
    Eyüp Şişman
  14. Yeni Türkiye Bina Deprem Yönetmeliğine Göre Zeminlerin Sıvılaşma Analizi ve Sıvılaşmaya Karşı İyileştirilmesi
    Pages 153 - 165
    Uğur Dağdeviren
  15. Uzun ve Kısa Süreli Periyotlarda Kuraklık Analizi: Bursa Örneği
    Pages 166 - 174
    Ülker Güner Bacanlı, Pınar Gökçe Kargı
  16. Bütünleşik Afet Yönetiminde Sendai Çerçeve Eylem Planının Beklenen Etkisi
    Pages 175 - 186
    İrfan Macit