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ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL

ISSN:

0160-4120

eISSN:

1873-6750

Disciplines
(Field of Science):

  • Architecture and urban planning (Engineering and Technology)
  • Environmental engineering, mining and energy (Engineering and Technology)
  • Health sciences (Medical and Health Sciences )
  • Forestry (Agricultural sciences)
  • Agriculture and horticulture (Agricultural sciences)
  • Social and economic geography and spatial management (Social studies)
  • Biological sciences (Natural sciences)
  • Chemical sciences (Natural sciences)

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Ministry points
2020 140 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
Ministry points
Year Points List
2020 140 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2019 140 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2018 45 A
2017 45 A
2016 45 A
2015 45 A
2014 45 A
2013 45 A
2012 45 A
2011 45 A
2010 32 A
2009 32 A
2008 32 A

Model:

Open Access

Punkty CiteScore:

Punkty CiteScore
2019 9.9
Punkty CiteScore
Year Points
2019 9.9
2018 10.8
2017 12
2016 10.2
2015 10.1
2014 9.8
2013 9.3
2012 9.5
2011 8.9

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Publishing policy:

Pre-print
author's version of the article before the review
Post-print
author's version of the article after the review

Status table SHERPA RoMEO

Status table SHERPA RoMEO
RoMEO color Archiving policy
Green can archive pre-prints and post-prints or a version of the publisher
Blue can archive post-prints
Yellow can archive pre-prints
White can not archive any materials
Gray unknown

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Catalog Journals

2020
  • A global multinational survey of cefotaxime-resistant coliforms in urban wastewater treatment plants
    Publication
    • R. Marano
    • T. Fernandes
    • C. Manaia
    • O. Nunes
    • D. Morrison
    • T. Berendonk
    • N. Kreuzinger
    • T. Telson
    • G. Corno
    • D. Fatta-Kassinos... and 75 others

    - ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL - 2020

    The World Health Organization Global Action Plan recommends integrated surveillance programs as crucial strategies for monitoring antibiotic resistance. Although several national surveillance programs are in place for clinical and veterinary settings, no such schemes exist for monitoring antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the environment. In this transnational study, we developed, validated, and tested a low-cost surveillance and...

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