Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects
ISSN (printed): 1556-7036. ISSN (electronic): 1556-7230.
Energy Sources, a peer-reviewed, international, interdisciplinary journal of science and technology, serves as a publication medium for the investigation of trends in and solutions to resolving the issues of continuing increase in worldwide demand for energy, the diminishing accessibility of natural energy resources, and the growing impact of energy use on the environment. The technological, scientific and environmental aspects of energy from coal, geothermal energy, natural gas, nuclear energy, oil shale, organic waste, petroleum, solar energy, tar, sand, and wind are addressed. Energy Sources publishes full-length research articles dealing with completed research projects and invited review papers reporting on the state of the art in extraction and conversion of energy sources, as well as on their impact on the environment. Review articles will also be considered after consultation with the Editor. Energy Sources is also willing to consider publishing selected proceedings from a conference or a collection of papers dealing with a single topic. The journal is a useful resource to chemists and engineers in the energy field.
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