Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology is owned by the Geological Society of London and published by the Geological Society Publishing House.
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology & Hydrogeology (QJEGH) is an established international journal featuring papers on geology as applied to civil engineering mining practice and water resources. Papers are invited from, and about, all areas of the world on engineering geology and hydrogeology topics. This includes but is not limited to: applied geophysics, engineering geomorphology, environmental geology, hydrogeology, groundwater quality, ground source heat, contaminated land, waste management, land use planning, geotechnics, rock mechanics, geomaterials and geological hazards.
The journal publishes the prestigious Glossop and Ineson lectures, research papers, case histories, review articles, technical notes, photographic features, thematic sets, discussion papers, editorial opinion and book reviews.
Chief & Assistant Scientific Editors
The Chief Scientific Editor, Professor Eddie Bromhead (formerly Kingston University, UK) is supported by Assistant Scientific Editor (engineering geology) Dr Nick Koor, University of Portsmouth; Assistant Scientific Editor (geomaterials) Dr Jamie Standing, Imperial College London and Assistant Scientific Editor (hydrogeology) Dr Stephen Buss, Environmental Consulting and an international editorial board.
Online in the Lyell Collection
The journal is in the Lyell Collection and papers published appear Online First soon after they have been accepted for publication and ahead of the printed issue. The journal is easily accessible on mobile devices.
The journal is published in print in February, May, August and November.
The journal is abstracted and/or indexed in:
- Science Citation Index
- Groundwater On-Line
- Geological Abstracts
- International Civil Engineering Abstracts
- Geotechnical Abstracts