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Call for Papers

Paper Submission

The fifth edition of the GEOLINKS International Conference on Environmental Sciences will be held as in-person event on 23-25 August 2023 in Thessaloniki, Greece. It will be designed to give a highlight of the hot topics in the field of Environmental Studies and to provide an excellent international online platform for academics, professionals, researchers, and students. They'll be able to share their latest researches and collaborate with their peers.
All submitted papers will be double-blind peer-reviewed by experts in the specific topic. They will be evaluated based on their originality, novelty, technical or research depth and moreover - with the relevance to the conference topics.  Please check the peer review policy.
All submitted papers should report original and previously unpublished research. 
Check the topics, which GEOLINKS Conference 2023 will cover and submit your abstract for early review.


Evaluation and Indexation

  • The Conference Proceedings will be published with an ISBN in a soft form.

  • All accepted papers will be published with an ISBN Number.

  • Each paper will have its unique DOI (Digital Object Identified) from CrossRef. Check all previous conference papers in the GEOLINKS Library. GEOLINKS Conference DOI - 10/32008/GEOLINKS

  • All full papers submitted for conference proceedings will be evaluated using a double-blind review process and published electronically in proceedings with a DOI number.

  • All approved full papers will be sent for indexation to world known databases:



British Library

Austrian National Library

German Online Library


Google Scholar



GEOLINKS Online Library

Microsoft Academic search


Who should attend

GEOLINKS 2023 is designed for members of the academia and non-profit, public, and private sector members who are interested in the latest research and academic developments in the field of Environmnetal Sciences.

The event is a must-attend for:

● University faculty and staff
● Faculty members and lecturers
● Master’s students and PhD candidates
● Advisers and counselors
● Career officers
● Teaching and research assistants
● Researchers
● Scientists
● Urban and regional development specialists
● Members of local and international non-profit organisations in the field of environmental sciences


If you don’t fall in any of these categories, but are interested in learning from top academics in the field in an interactive, content-packed environment, we invite you to register!

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