Earth provides resources and the exact conditions to make life possible. However, with the advent of technology and industrialization, the Earth's resources are being pushed to the brink of depletion. Non-sustainable industrial practices are not only endangering the supply of the Earth's natural resources, but are also putting burden on life itself by bringing about pollution and climate change.
A major role of earth science scholars is to examine the delicate balance between the Earth's resources and the growing demands of industrialization. Through research and development, earth scientists have the power to preserve the planet's different resource domains by providing expert opinion and information about the forces which make life possible on Earth.
The conference has so far been an important event and has attracted many scientists, engineers and researchers from academia, government laboratories, and industry internationally.
The 1st AeoroEarth 2013, 2nd AeroEarth 2014, 3rd AeroEarth 2015 and 4th AeroEarth 2016 already held succefully in Jakarta on 2013, Kuta Bali on 2014, Jakarta on 2015, Kuta Bali on 2016 respectively.
The publication of The 1st AeoroEarth 2013, The 2nd AeroEarth 2014, The 3rd AeroEarth 2015 and The 4th AeroEarth 2016 already published by EES IOP in
Topics of Interest
Remote Sensing & GIS Applications in Earth Sciences
Exploration, Development and Production of Earth Resources
Mineral Processing, Waste Management & Recycling
Rock Mechanics Applied to Seismology
Earthquake and Structural Engineering
Climate Change and Global Warming
FOREST ECOSYSTEMS AND LANDSCAPES
Sustainable forest management and multi-function forests
Plantation and forest products
Carbon sequestration by forests
Preservation of biodiversity
Water and soil conservation and hydrological adjustment
Preservation of cultural heritages
Techniques for sustainable forest management
Techniques for monitoring and evaluating multi-function forest resources
Sustainable forest management techniques and practices
Cultivation and utilization of bio-energy
Key techniques for improving yields, quality, and efficiency of utilization of forest products
Policy foundations for sustainable forest management
Participation of communities in forest resources management
Reform of the forest land tenure system
Multiple services of urban forests
Forests and human habitats
Managing urban forests for the recreation function
Human health and urban forests
Ecological culture of urban forests
AGRICULTURE AND HORTICULTURA
Advanced Machine Systems
Agricultural Production and Food Safety
Agricultural waste management
Animal Agriculture in the Globe
Animal Health & Welfare
Animal Protein and fibre products
Aquaculture and Biosystems Research
Biological natural resource engineering
Bioprocess and Biosystems
Biotechnology for Livestock, Pests and Aquaculture
Cutting Edge Science for Future Animal Agriculture
Emerging public concerns with animal agriculture
Emerging technologies in Agriculture and Livestock
Energy in agriculture
Environmental constraints to animal agriculture
Food Engineering and biotechnology
Food safety and Bio-process engineering
Food Science and Technology
Food traceability and safety
GPS and GIS technologies
Industry Transformation - Case Studies
Livestock building design for animal welfare and health
Mammary development and lactation - a vision for functional genomics
Meat and allied industries
Nanotechnology in agriculture
Power and machinery in agriculture
Precision farming and variable rate technology
Research for improved animal fibre products
Soil and water engineering
Structures and environment
The post-genomic future for genetic selection of livestock
Traceability of animal source foods
Watershed design for water quality protection
Advanced Structural Design
Aeroelasticity / aerolastic design
Air traffic management
Aircraft trailing vortex flows
Bluff body flow control
Boundary Element Method
Buckling of Thin-Walled Structures
Failure Analysis and Fracture Mechanics
Failure Analysis, Fractography and Damage Tolerance
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