Current Research in Geoscience (Formerly known as American Journal of Geoscience)

Description

Current Research in Geoscience is a peer reviewed international journal dedicated to cover high quality research / review articles in the field of geosciences. Our first choice is to publish articles that are of broad interest to the global research community.

Current Issue

Gully Erosion Rate Assessment at the Choqazanbil Temple Using GIS Methods

Pages : 32-36

DOI : 10.3844/ajgsp.2017.32.36

Published On : November 6, 2017

PSHA Study Using EZ-Frisk Software Case Study Baychebaq Dam Site

Pages : 37-46

DOI : 10.3844/ajgsp.2017.37.46

Published On : November 10, 2017

Flood Vulnerability Mapping to Riverine Floods: A Study on the Old Brahmaputra River

Pages : 47-58

DOI : 10.3844/ajgsp.2017.47.58

Published On : December 22, 2017



Predictive Dynamics of Channel Pattern Changing Trends at Arial Khan River (1977-2018), Bangladesh

Rathindra Nath Biswas, Md. Juel Mia and M. Nazrul Islam
Published On : November 16, 2018


Flood Vulnerability Mapping to Riverine Floods: A Study on the Old Brahmaputra River

Muhammad Rezaul Rakib, Md. Nurul Islam and Muhammod Nazrul Islam
Volume : 7, Issue : 2 Pages : 47-58
Published On : December 22, 2017


PSHA Study Using EZ-Frisk Software Case Study Baychebaq Dam Site

Hadi Jarahi
Volume : 7, Issue : 2 Pages : 37-46
Published On : November 10, 2017


Gully Erosion Rate Assessment at the Choqazanbil Temple Using GIS Methods

Hadi Jarahi
Volume : 7, Issue : 2 Pages : 32-36
Published On : November 6, 2017


Using Robust Statistics, Exploring Document Analysis and Gis for Defining and Localizing Geochemical Anomalies-Case Study in Sin Quyen Copper Mine, Lao Cai Province, Viet Nam

Quoc Lap Kieu and Huu Tap Van
Volume : 7, Issue : 2 Pages : 25-31
Published On : August 1, 2017


Capturing Biogas: A Means to Reduce Green House Gas Emissions for the Production of Crude Palm Oil

S. Vijaya, A.N. Ma and Y. M. Choo
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 1-6
Cites : 7


Soil-moisture Retention Characteristics of Earth Materials in the Weathering Profile over a Porphyritic Biotite Granite

John Kuna Raj
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 12-20
Cites : 3


Speciation and Availability of Cr, Ni and Co IN Serpentine Soils of Ranau, Sabah

Mahsa Tashakor, Wan Zuhairi Wan Yaacob and Hamzah Mohamad
Volume : 2, Issue : 1 Pages : 4-9
Cites : 3


Using Worldview-2 Satellite Imagery to Support Geoscience Studies on Phlegraean Area

Pasquale Maglione, Claudio Parente and Andrea Vallario
Volume : 3, Issue : 1 Pages : 1-12
Cites : 2


Petrophysical Properties Distribution Modelling of an Onshore Field, Niger Delta, Nigeria

Godwin Omokenu Emujakporue
Volume : 7, Issue : 1 Pages : 14-24
Cites : 1


Speciation and Availability of Cr, Ni and Co IN Serpentine Soils of Ranau, Sabah

Mahsa Tashakor, Wan Zuhairi Wan Yaacob and Hamzah Mohamad
Volume : 2, Issue : 1 Pages : 4-9
Downloads : 4545


Advantages of Utilizing Geotextiles in Fixing Sandy Soils and Increasing Shear Strength in Water Conveyance Trenches

Alireza Mardookhpour and Leila Ooshaksaraie
Volume : 2, Issue : 1 Pages : 1-3
Downloads : 3114


Capturing Biogas: A Means to Reduce Green House Gas Emissions for the Production of Crude Palm Oil

S. Vijaya, A.N. Ma and Y. M. Choo
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 1-6
Downloads : 2828


Groundwater Resources Management in Various Scenarios Using Numerical Model

S. Askari Marnani, M. Chitsazan, Y. Mirzaei and B. Jahandideh
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 21-26
Downloads : 2092


Soil-moisture Retention Characteristics of Earth Materials in the Weathering Profile over a Porphyritic Biotite Granite

John Kuna Raj
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 12-20
Downloads : 1928


Groundwater Resources Management in Various Scenarios Using Numerical Model

S. Askari Marnani, M. Chitsazan, Y. Mirzaei and B. Jahandideh
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 21-26
Views : 1312


Capturing Biogas: A Means to Reduce Green House Gas Emissions for the Production of Crude Palm Oil

S. Vijaya, A.N. Ma and Y. M. Choo
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 1-6
Views : 1251


Assessing the Applicability of Landslide Databases for Hazard Management Using Objective and Subjective Models: Australian Geoinformatic Case

M. Ownegh
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 7-11
Views : 1133


Soil-moisture Retention Characteristics of Earth Materials in the Weathering Profile over a Porphyritic Biotite Granite

John Kuna Raj
Volume : 1, Issue : 1 Pages : 12-20
Views : 1075


Advantages of Utilizing Geotextiles in Fixing Sandy Soils and Increasing Shear Strength in Water Conveyance Trenches

Alireza Mardookhpour and Leila Ooshaksaraie
Volume : 2, Issue : 1 Pages : 1-3
Views : 978