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Publication date(Print edition): 30th April, 2017
Publication date (Online): Published ahead of Print issue
Current World Environment (CWE), strives to provide a forum for worldwide scientific researchers to share findings on all aspects of Environment and to disseminate innovative, relevant and useful information throughout the scientific horizon.
The journal publishes contributions under the following headings of:
Review articles are an attempt by one or more authors to sum up the current state of the research on a particular topic. Ideally, the author searches for everything relevant to the topic, and then sorts it all out into a coherent view of the “state of the art” as it now stands. Review Articles should inform about:
- the main researchers working in a field
- recent major advances and discoveries
- significant gaps in the research
- current debates
- future directions
Reviews should be concise and no longer than 15-25 printed (A4 size) pages in length. Only review articles from experts in the field will be considered for publication.
Short communication is for a concise, but independent report representing a significant contribution in the field. The short communication (max.3-4 printed pages) should be submitted. Short communication is not intended to publish preliminary results. But if these results are of exceptional interest and are particularly topical and relevant will be considered for publication.There can be excellent validation procedure, and extended real-life application or a critical comparison of the methods. It should be no more than 2500 words, and could include two figures or tables. It should have at least 8 references. Short communications will also send for peer review. Short communications should also be prepared using the guidelines for research papers as specified in the author’s guidelines.
A technical note is an article giving a brief description of a technique or procedure. It may also refer to the modification of a technique, procedure or equipment of interest to the journal. It should be no more than 2500 words, and could include two figures or tables. It should have at least 8 references. Technical notes will also send for peer review
Consisting of brief, illustrative reports. The discussion should highlight any previous similar reports, the importance of the issues identified and recommendations by the authors. [Maximum 1000 words].
This includes readers’ comments on articles published in the Journal during the previous 6 months. Short studies, observations and opinions may also be submitted (approx. 300 to 500 words with a maximum of 1 table or figure and 10 references).