Disaster Science and Engineering
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e-ISSN 2149-7249 | Period Spring , Fall | Founded: 2015 | Publisher Emrah DOĞAN | http://www.disasterengineering.com

Journal Information

Editor-in-Chief: İnan Keskin

Electronic ISSN: 2149-7249

Publication Type: Open Access

Peer Review: Single Blind Review


Disaster Science and Engineering (DSE) is a multidisciplinary international journal devoted to the open access publication of scientific studies and original researches on disaster science and engineering. The origin of disasters can vary such as atmospheric, hydrologic, oceanographic, volcanic, seismic, tectonic, etc. These sources associate different scientific fields with operational disciplines can contribute to the mitigation of disasters. DSE serves to a wide community of research scientists, decision makers concerned with disasters detection, monitoring and modelling. DSE also invites studies about risk assessment, risk management, the design and construction of strategies, including economic aspects of disasters. DSE targets studies on science and engineering. Coverage includes such categories of hazard as,


  • Atmospheric, Meteorological and Climatological Disasters
  • Sea, Ocean and Coastal Disasters
  • Hydrological Disasters
  • Landslides
  • Earthquake Disasters
  • Volcanic Disasters
  • Other Disasters
  • Risk Assessment
  • Socioeconomic and Management Aspects
  • Computer and Information Technology on Disasters


Disaster Science and Engineering

e-ISSN 2149-7249 | Period Spring , Fall | Founded: 2015 | Publisher Emrah DOĞAN | http://www.disasterengineering.com
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Journal Information

Editor-in-Chief: İnan Keskin

Electronic ISSN: 2149-7249

Publication Type: Open Access

Peer Review: Single Blind Review


Disaster Science and Engineering (DSE) is a multidisciplinary international journal devoted to the open access publication of scientific studies and original researches on disaster science and engineering. The origin of disasters can vary such as atmospheric, hydrologic, oceanographic, volcanic, seismic, tectonic, etc. These sources associate different scientific fields with operational disciplines can contribute to the mitigation of disasters. DSE serves to a wide community of research scientists, decision makers concerned with disasters detection, monitoring and modelling. DSE also invites studies about risk assessment, risk management, the design and construction of strategies, including economic aspects of disasters. DSE targets studies on science and engineering. Coverage includes such categories of hazard as,


  • Atmospheric, Meteorological and Climatological Disasters
  • Sea, Ocean and Coastal Disasters
  • Hydrological Disasters
  • Landslides
  • Earthquake Disasters
  • Volcanic Disasters
  • Other Disasters
  • Risk Assessment
  • Socioeconomic and Management Aspects
  • Computer and Information Technology on Disasters