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AP-01.10.2023

Anthropogenic Pollution (Anthropog. pollut)

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Ebrahim Fataei

Online ISSN: 2588-4646

Print ISSN: 2783-1736

Publishes Biannual

Stats

1.1
CiteScore 2022
7
Number of Volumes
12
Number of Issues
107
Number of Articles
277
NO of Contributors
36,140
Article View
22,629
PDF Download
338
View Per Article
338
Download Per Article
183
NO of Reviewers
23%
Acceptance rate
45 Days
Average Review time
Five Days
Time to first action
9
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Anthropogenic Pollution¬†(Anthropog. pollut) –¬†ISSN 2588-4646 is a peer-reviewed journal intended to publish original research papers in all main branches of environmental pollution research.
Journal DOI: 10.57647/AP
The Journal is being published biannual (2 issues per year).
This peer-reviewed Journal covered in the Islamic Azad University according to certificate number 95/s/87/96789 on 10th of February 2017 in collaboration with the Association for Environmental Education and Sustainable Development as a Scientific Research Journal.
Publication: Accepted papers will be added immediately to the “current” volume’s Table of Contents after the immediate peer-review process.

Latest Articles

Original Article
Desalination of Caspian Sea water by using graphene oxide-based covalent organic frameworks and HDTMA-modified Iranian natural Zeolite

The depletion of freshwater resources emphasizes the significance of water desalination, while the high energy consumption and operating costs associated with existing desalination methods necessitate the search for cost-effective solutions. Therefore, this study presents a unique and innovative solution by employing advanced materials, specifically the combination of graphene oxide (GO)-based covalent organic frameworks (COF) and […]

Desalination of Caspian Sea water by using graphene oxide-based covalent organic frameworks and HDTMA-modified Iranian natural Zeolite
Original Article
Investigating the role of origami algorithm in facades of high-rise buildings to reduce visual pollution and improve urban landscape quality

The present study was conducted to identify and prioritize origami components affecting facades of high-rise buildings to explain the role of origami algorithm in improving urban landscape quality and reducing visual pollution. The research had an exploratory nature, and used the method of descriptive-survey data analysis. The research design was carried out in three steps, […]

Investigating the role of origami algorithm in facades of high-rise buildings to reduce visual pollution and improve urban landscape quality
Review Article
The relationship between cadmium pollution, soil biology, and Atropa belladonna growth

Cadmium, a heavy metal, can have devastating effects on the activity and composition of soil organisms. This can lead to environmental pollution which can be detrimental to human health. In order to evaluate the quality of contaminated soils, microbial parameters are used. The Atropa belladonna was used in a factorial experiment to investigate the efficacy […]

The relationship between cadmium pollution, soil biology, and Atropa belladonna growth

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