CLEAN – Soil, Air, Water
© WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
Edited By: Prisca-Maryla Henheik
Impact Factor: 1.716
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 15/29 (Subject); 30/85 (Water Resources); 46/104 (Marine & Freshwater Biology); 115/225 (Environmental Sciences)
Online ISSN: 1863-0669
Recently Published Issues
Most cited 2013/2014 articles in 2015
• Phosphorus Sorption and Availability from Biochars and Soil/Biochar MixturesR. Chintala et al., DOI: 10.1002/clen.201300089
• Modeling the Permeability Loss of Metallic Iron Water Filtration Systems, S. Care et al., DOI: 10.1002/clen.201200167
• Current Status of Textile Industry Wastewater Management and Research Progress in Malaysia: A ReviewY. L. Pang et al., DOI: 10.1002/clen.201000318
• Effects of Lime-Based Waste Materials on Immobilization and Phytoavailability of Cadmium and Lead in Contaminated SoilJ. E. Lim et al., DOI: 10.1002/clen.201200169
• Enhancement of Carbon Dioxide Capture by Amine-Functionalized Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube S. Khalali et al., DOI: 10.1002/clen.201200339
This year, we started to provide authors a platform to show figures or images at the front page of the journal. The cover changes every month. Should you have any images related to your article that you believe it might be appropriate for use on the cover of CLEAN – Soil, Air, Water, please email us your layout suggestions with a short description, the cover story.
All PDFs as well as the html versions of the published articles in an issue will show the cover page of this month. Articles will therefore gain high visibility. The Table of Contents section will also show the cover image along with the cover story, linking directly to the article.
Specifications: 18 cm × 19.5 cm H × B; 600 dpi minimum
Please submit your cover image after acceptance of your article.
For additional details, please contact Elisabeth Treutlein.
Aims & Scope and NEW Instructions to Authors
Aims & Scope
CLEAN covers all aspects of Sustainability and Environmental Safety. The journal focuses on organ/human--environment interactions giving interdisciplinary insights on a broad range of topics including air pollution, waste management, the water cycle, and environmental conservation. The journal publishes an attractive mixture of peer-reviewed scientific reviews, research papers, and short communications.
Papers dealing with environmental sustainability issues from such fields as agriculture, biological sciences, energy, food sciences, geography, geology, meteorology, nutrition, soil and water sciences, etc., are welcome.
CLEAN focuses on scientists from academia and industry but also attracts readers from NGOs and administration, and is, therefore, of special interest for: agricultural scientists, biochemists, biologists, ecologists, ecotoxicologists, environmental chemists, environmental health researchers, environmental scientists, hygienic physicians, life scientists, toxicologists, and water/air/soil quality researchers.
Agriculture and forestry, Air, Biodiversity, Biological resources, Carbon capture and storage, Climate change, Ecosystems, Ecotoxicity, Emission sources, Energy management, Environmental health issues, Environmental monitoring, Environmental science, Hazardous substances, Human--Environment interactions, Human food chain, Hydrology, Life sciences, Natural resources management, Oceanography and Marine sciences, Organ--Environment interactions, Pollution prevention, Recycling, Renewables, Soil, Sustainability, Waste management, Water and Wastewater management.
CLEAN – Soil, Air, Water revised the Instructions to Authors. Please have a look for detailed information.
We highly recommend to read the Instructions to Authors carefully, before submitting a paper to the journal.
All scientific contributions are assessed initially by the Editor-in-Chief. Those manuscripts failing to reach the required priority rating, failing to comply with the Instructions to Authors or not fitting within the scope of the journal are not considered further and are returned to authors without detailed comments.