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of Conventional Weapons Destruction research & development

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Call for Papers The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction seeks research and development (R&D) articles. All technical articles on current equipment, technology, trends and developments in the field of mine action and conventional weapons destruction will be considered. Commercial companies, NGO’s, and researchers are encouraged to submit. Topics may include but are not limited to the testing of new equipment, technologies or methodologies related to

improving lives since 1996.

The R&D Section is sponsored by:

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Current equipment Detection and neutralization of landmines, ERW, ordnance, and IEDs Mobile technologies Data fusion and information technology Biosensors (animals, plants, etc.) GIS, mapping, and terrain analysis Stockpile storage and destruction

R&D articles should follow scientific methods and present testing methodology and results for new technologies or procedures. Articles describing new products should include data from testing or field use.

Peer Review R&D articles are submitted to three experts for anonymous peer review. Two of the three reviewers must approve the article for publication. Reviewers approve articles for publication, suggest revisions or reject articles for publication.

Submission Deadlines: As this section is an essential part of every issue of The Journal, R&D articles are accepted on a rolling basis. Since the review process is extensive, please submit your article as early as possible.

U.S. Department of Defense Unexploded Ordnance Center of Excellence

We are also recruiting R&D Peer Reviewers!

Interested? For more information, visit:

The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction Issue 20.3  
The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction Issue 20.3  

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