Aims And Scopes

Aims and Scope of the Journal of Smart Agriculture and Environmental Technology

Aims:

The Journal of Smart Agriculture and Environmental Technology (JOSAET) aims to:

  1. Foster the exchange of ideas and advancements in the field of smart agriculture and environmental technology.
  2. Highlight innovative research and practices that support sustainable agriculture and environmental management.
  3. Provide a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration among researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and students.
  4. Contribute to the global effort of achieving sustainable and safe food production without causing environmental harm.

Scope:

The scope of JOSAET extends across a broad range of topics, including but not limited to:

  1. Crop Production and Sustainability: We focus on enhancing crop production efficiency with new technologies that support agricultural sustainability. Topics of interest include crop management, pest control, environmental impact, input efficiency, new variety development, and socio-economic assessment.
  2. Soil and Water Management: The journal encourages research on innovative soil and water management strategies that promote sustainability. This includes the use of organic inputs, anticipation of soil pollution, and studies on soil health and soil fertility.
  3. Technology Applications in Agriculture and Environmental Management: We explore the application of technology in various fields such as soil science, agronomy, horticulture, food system and human values, plantation, forestry, aquaculture, husbandry farming, and bioremediation. We are particularly interested in the application of machine learning and artificial intelligence in soil science, agriculture, and environmental management.
  4. Environmental Technologies: JOSAET welcomes contributions discussing environmental technologies aimed at improving our environment. This includes but is not limited to pollution control, waste management, renewable energy in agriculture, and climate change mitigation techniques.
  5. Education in Environmental Science/Technology, Soil and Crop Science, and Smart and Sustainable Agriculture: This new scope welcomes research that enhances the pedagogical approaches and learning outcomes in the areas of environmental science/technology, soil and crop science, and smart and sustainable agriculture. This could include innovative teaching methodologies, curricular design and reform, assessment methods, the integration of technology in education, and other issues that impact and advance these education fields.

Other our mission is to inspire and facilitate advancements in smart agriculture and environmental technology, contributing to a sustainable and resilient future for our planet. We warmly invite authors to submit their original research, reviews, and case studies for publication.