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Call for Papers from Water and Energy Journals and Conferences Deadline within the next 6 months

 

Call for Papers from Water and Energy Journals and Conferences


The water and energy nexus is a critical aspect of sustainable development, as the availability and efficient use of both resources are essential for economic growth and environmental preservation. Understanding the interdependencies between water and energy systems is crucial for devising effective policies and strategies to address global challenges such as climate change, population growth, and increasing energy demands.

In light of the importance of this topic, the call for papers in the field of water and energy nexus serves as a platform for researchers, experts, and stakeholders to share their insights, innovative solutions, and research findings. It provides an opportunity to foster collaboration, exchange knowledge, and contribute to the advancement of this interdisciplinary field.

With the upcoming deadline for submissions drawing near, researchers are encouraged to submit their work to contribute to the growing body of knowledge in understanding the complex relationship between water and energy. This deadline serves as a reminder for individuals passionate about this field to share their expertise and contribute towards finding sustainable solutions that will shape our future. 

The latest Call for Papers from different conferences and journals are as given below :

9th International Conference on New Business Models in Donostia / San Sebastian (Spain) on 3-5 July 2024.Deadline: February 1st 2024.Link: https://lnkd.in/eJBPcVUz

ICCACFD 2024: International Conference on Complex Analysis and Computational Fluid Dynamics at KIIT Deemed to be University, Bhubaneswar on February 16-18, 2024Deadline: January 15, 2024Link: https://iccacfd.kiit.ac.in/
Environmental Frontiers for Water-Energy NexusGuest editors: Gang LiuJournal: Engineering(Open Access)Submission deadline: 30 September 2024Click here to Submit. Towards renewable-dominant power systems proactively responding to climate changeGuest editors: Weisheng WangJournal: Engineering(Open Access)Submission deadline: 29 February 2024Click here to Submit. Advances in Hydrologic Modelling and Hazard AssessmentGuest editors: Upaka Rathnayake,Nitin Muttil and Komali KantamaneniJournal: Engineering(Open Access)Submission deadline: 15 January 2024Click here to Submit. Coastal dynamicsGuest editors: Arjen Luijendijk, Fantina Madricardo, and Xiao YuJournal: Scientific Reports (Open Access)Submission deadline: 27 March 2024Click here to Submit
Ocean Sustainability Challenges at the Food-Climate-Biodiversity NexusGuest editors: William W. L. Cheung & U. Rashid SumailaJournal: Discover Oceans (Open Access)Submission deadline: 27 March 2024Click here to Submit
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