TERRITORIUM – International Journal of Risks

ISSUE 30(II): Pandemics in the 21st Century: from Risks to Disaster Medicine
Submission Deadline: extended until September 15, 2022

ISSUE 31(I): “Global Processes and Vulnerabilities, Threats/Risks and Local Strategies”
Submission Deadline: December 31, 2022

TARGED PUBLIC: Academic Professors, Researchers, Investigators, Policy-makers, Teachers, Students, Operational Technicians, Field Agents, Civil Society, and other professionals.

FIELDS: Earth sciences, Environmental sciences, Geography, Land Management, Urban studies, Engineering, Architecture, Health, Social sciences, Demography, Migrations and Education.

The Territorium – International Journal of Risks is a peer-reviewed (twice a year) journal that aims to disseminate relevant and high-quality scientific research carried out in the field of the cyndinique sciences, dealing with the themes of hazards, dangers, risks, treating their prevention, as well as helping in emergency situations or, still, the consequences of their manifestations, and the rehabilitation, recovery, reconstruction of areas affected by them.

The journal covers all aspects of cyndinique sciences, given as important contribution to understand the full manifestation of the Natural disasters, Man-made disasters and Miscellaneous disasters, so we can learn from the past, improving and make known new and betters methodologies for risk analysis and impact assessment of disasters and crisis management (prevention), applying measures to mitigate theirs consequents, promoting the interchange of ideas and experience (mitigation and preparedness) between the Science and Operational Agents in articulation with all Civil Society through education and communication, to build more resilient territories base in land management and sustainable development.

The journal particularly encourages papers that approach risk from a multi-disciplinary perspective, from global perspective to case studies, including but not limited to:

  • Risks, disaster and crisis management theory and practice;
  • Science and technology in risk reduction: Contributions to crisis management;
  • Methodology for risk analysis and impact assessment of disasters;
  • Risk awareness and assessment;
  • Hazard and vulnerability analysis;
  • Processes, vulnerabilities and risks. From concepts to their application in risk reduction;
  • Disaster prevention, mitigation, response, recovery planning, policies, and implementation;
  • Climate change and risks: Past, present and future;
  • Knowledge development including education, training, research and information on disasters;
  • “Build-Back-Better” – Rehabilitation, recovery, reconstruction and post-disaster resilience;
  • Communication of risk, education and raising public awareness for risk reduction;
  • Public commitment and institutional frameworks, including organizational, policy, legislation and community action;
  • Case studies:
    • Natural: forest fires, floods, landslides, mass movements, soil erosion, drought, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, storms, tornadoes, avalanches, frost, heavy rainfall and others extreme events;
    • Social: population ageing, death, increased mortality among children in single-parent households, demographic dependency, migrations, etc.;
    • Technological: industrial pollution, industrial accidents, nuclear radiations, toxic wastes, dam failures, transportation hazards, plant explosions, fires, chemical spills, etc.;
    • Biological: epidemics, epizootic diseases, etc.;

Journals publish original papers, not publish or submitted to others journals,  in four idioms (English, French, Spanish or Portuguese).

Authors are kindly invited to submit their formatted full papers. All paper submissions will be blind peer reviewed and evaluated based on originality, research content, new contributions to science, applicability and relevance to the journal scope. Please read complete submission and formatting guidelines before submitting your paper.

The final version of the article, duly formatted, and the rest of the graphic information, must be uploaded online into the OJS – Open Journal System platform, where authors can follow online the evolution of the submission and evaluation.

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