Advances in Geological and Geotechnical Engineering Research - formerly Journal of Geological Research - publishes original research papers that offers a rapid review and publication that free disseminates research findings in all areas of geology and geotechnical engineering include petrology, mineralogy, Geochemistry, Geotechnics, Geoengineering, Soil mechanics, foundation engineering, geoenvironmental disasters and more.

The journal focuses on innovative of research methods at all stages and is committed to provide theoretical and practical experience for all these who are involving in these fields.

The scope of the papers in this journal includes :

  • Petrology
  • Mineralogy
  • Geochemistry
  • Stratigraphy
  • Deposit Geology
  • Structural Geology
  • Hydrogeology
  • Regional Geology
  • Sedimentology
  • Geophysics
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Foundation Engineering
  • Geoengineering
  • Tunneling Technology
  • Underground Engineering
  • Geoenvironmental Disasters
  • Natural Hazards
  • Earthquake Geotechnical Engineering
  • Geotechnic

Vol. 5 , Iss. 3 (July 2023)


  • On the Possible Cometary Nature of the Uchur Cosmic Body (Fall 3.08. 1993)

    Tselmovich Vladimir A., Amelin Ivan I., Gusiakov Viacheslav K., Kirillov Vadim E., Kurazhkovskii Alexander Yu.

    Article ID: 5705
    27  (Abstract) 48  (Download)


    An expeditionary study of the area of the alleged impact event that occurred on 3.08.1993 in the area of the Lower Konkuli River (southeast of the Aldan Highlands, Lurikan Range, Russia) was carried out. According to the materials of remote sensing, the places of collision with the earth of a cosmic body are determined. In... More

  • Weather Events Associated with Strong Earthquakes and Seismic Swarms in Italy

    Valentino Straser, Daniele Cataldi, Gabriele Cataldi

    Article ID: 5802
    16  (Abstract) 31  (Download)


    This study discusses the possible relationship between potentially destructive seismic events, earthquake swarms, and intense weather events occurring in the same epicentral zone at time intervals ranging from one day to a few weeks. The objective of the present study is, therefore, to analyze the interaction between the lithosphere, atmosphere, and ionosphere in order to... More

  • Some Results of Direct FR Technology Applied to Study Methane Seepage Areas in the Arctic Region

    Mykola Yakymchuk, Ignat Korchagin, Valery Soloviev

    Article ID: 5792
    5  (Abstract) 48  (Download)


    The experimental study of the seepage processes' sources formation in structures of the Arctic Region was carried out using modified methods of frequency-resonance (FR) processing and decoding of satellite images and photographs with the vertical scanning of the cross-sections. The newly obtained results show that the intensity and dynamics of the methane seeps and pockmarks... More

  • Contribution of GIS to Hydromorphometric Characterization of the Nkoup Watershed (Nun Plain-Cameroon)

    Paul Bertrand Tsopkeng, Josiane Feugue Kenfack, David Guimolaire Nkouathio, Charles Antoine Basseka, Leonel Koudjou Tsague

    Article ID: 5534
    44  (Abstract) 54  (Download)


    The Nkoup watershed (10°35’-10°47’E and 5°27’-5°42’N) is a volcanic zone situated in Nun Plain West Cameroon. The high fertility of the soils makes it a strategic agropastoral area where water resources are heavily exploited and used for several purposes. Due to human activities, soils and water resources are deteriorating, giving birth to water pollution and... More

  • Investigation of Physicochemical Properties of Qalay Abdul Ali Soil, Kabul, Afghanistan

    Hafizullah Rasouli, Ashok Vaseashta

    Article ID: 5773
    21  (Abstract) 20  (Download)


    The article presents the physicochemical properties of soil from six different areas in Qalay Abdul Ali, Kabul, Afghanistan. The authors collected dissimilar samples from six diverse areas, each with a unique profile identifier, and transported them to the research laboratory. The key objectives of this study are to recognize and profile such areas in terms... More

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