Please follow the new Author Guidelines for your submission!

Please follow the journal's author guideline and the required article template to prepare your manuscript.
Posted: 2023-12-26 More...

The announcement of Author Guidelines update

EnPress Publisher has updated the “EnPress Manuscript Submission Template”, which is as a template for more details on preparing your submissions to Natural Resources Conservation and Research for consideration, especially the references. Your manuscript should be in MS Word. Before your submission, please check that your manuscript has been prepared in accordance with the step-by-step instructions for submitting a manuscript to our online submission system.

Posted: 2022-08-05 More...

Congratulations to our Editor-in-Chief for his high citation during 2021

Posted: 2022-02-16 More...

Ancient lineage of algae found to include five 'cryptic' species

Posted: 2021-12-02 More...

The 51st World Earth Day—Our Earth, Our Future!

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Posted: 2021-06-18 More...

Scientists warn of looming water crisis with millions of wells at risk

A dried riverbed in western India. Image by Rhett A. Butler/Mongabay.

  • A recent study in Science has found that up to a fifth of wells worldwide are at risk of running dry.
  • The researchers analyzed data about 39 million wells and estimated that between 6 and 20% of the wells were at risk of drying if the water table dipped a few meters.
  • Digging deeper is not always feasible because water quality may be poorer and deeper wells are more expensive to build.
  • As groundwater reserves diminish, wealthier sections of societies would be better positioned to access them, leading to deepening inequalities, a related commentary in the journal said.
Posted: 2021-05-16 More...

A kind of “modern-day alchemy” to suck carbon dioxide from the air at a large scale

Climate change is one of the biggest challenges we face. While governments debate the future of coal-burning power stations, carbon dioxide continues to be released into the atmosphere. We need innovative strategies to capture it.

Posted: 2020-11-16 More...

World Nature Conservation Day: Let’s recommit an opportunity to create a beautiful and sustainable earth


Posted: 2020-07-28 More...

Meeting one of our outstanding associate editors

Prof. Ahmad Sedaghat
Australian College of Kuwait

Posted: 2020-01-10 More...

Publishing frequency of NRCR is semi-annual!

The publication frequency of Natural Resources Conservation and Research is semi-annual. All articles that have been accepted will be online in time without delay. We welcome the high-quality original articles significant in all disciplines of resources conservation and sustainable management.


Editorial Office of Natural Resources Conservation and Research

Posted: 2019-11-02 More...

Honors & Awards

Prof. Ali Mostafaeipour
Industrial Engineering Department, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran
Iran, Islamic Republic of


Top 1% scientist in the world for 2018; Top 15 scientist in the world in 2019


Thompson Reuthers & Clarivate Analythics

Posted: 2019-06-30 More...

Author Guidelines have been updated!

Author Guidelines have been updated, please download the new EnPress Manuscript Submission Template. Please read carefully. Click here to find more information.


Editorial Office of Natural Resources Conservation and Research

Posted: 2019-01-15 More...

Research News: Renewable energy sources: All-in-one light-driven water splitting

Solar-powered water splitting is a promising means of generating clean and storable energy. A novel catalyst based on semiconductor nanoparticles has now been shown to facilitate all the reactions needed for 'artificial photosynthesis'.

In the light of global climate change, there is an urgent need to develop efficient ways of obtaining and storing power from renewable energy sources. The photocatalytic splitting of water into hydrogen fuel and oxygen provides a particularly attractive approach in this context. However, efficient implementation of this process, which mimics biological photosynthesis, is technically very challenging, since it involves a combination of processes that can interfere with each other.

Posted: 2018-09-14 More...

Research News: Large wind and solar farms in the Sahara would increase heat, rain, vegetation

Wind and solar farms are known to have local effects on heat, humidity and other factors that may be beneficial -- or detrimental -- to the regions in which they are situated. A new climate-modeling study finds that a massive wind and solar installation in the Sahara Desert and neighboring Sahel would increase local temperature, precipitation and vegetation. Overall, the researchers report, the effects would likely benefit the region.

Large-scale wind and solar installations in the Sahara would increase precipitation, a new study finds.
Credit: Map by Eviatar Bach CC BY 4.0
Posted: 2018-09-12 More...

Research News: Scientists pioneer a new way to turn sunlight into fuel

The quest to find new ways to harness solar power has taken a step forward after researchers successfully split water into hydrogen and oxygen by altering the photosynthetic machinery in plants.

Experimental two-electrode setup showing the photoelectrochemical cell illuminated with simulated solar light.

Credit: Katarzyna Sokól
Posted: 2018-09-08 More...
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