Aims and Scope

 

Ecology and Resilient Infrastructure aims to act as a forum for ecologists, engineers, and landscape architects to jointly discuss the studies of natural ecosystems under the influence of human activities, focusing mainly on the implementation of environmentally sound and sustainable urban and infrastructural developments. The journal also aims to provide a forum for promoting “green infra” as a resilient infrastructure of a network of high-quality green and blue spaces and other environmental features, which is designed and managed to deliver a wide range of ecosystem services and protect biodiversity in both rural and urban settings. The scope of the journal encompasses, but not limited to the following.

  1. Eco-technology
  2. Bioengineering
  3. Ecosystem restoration including streams, wetlands, coastal areas, and contaminated lands
  4. Pollution control and enhancement of amenity of infrastructures by ecosystems
  5. Network design of urban green infrastructure

 

Its publication types include original scientific and technical papers, reviews, short communications, and discussions.