Negev, Dead Sea and Arava Studies is a scientific, peer-reviewed journal, focusing on innovations in these geographic regions. The journal is published quarterly and volumes are issued in March, June, September, and December of each year. The journal accepts manuscripts on all professional themes related to the Negev, Dead Sea, and Arava regions, including: agriculture, anthropology, archeology, architecture, biology, biotechnology, ecology, economics, environmental education, environmental policy, environmental science, geography, geology, history, hydrology, marine sciences, medicine, psychology, renewable energy, sociology, tourism, etc. Particularly welcomed are interdisciplinary manuscripts.
Volume 12, Issue 2
In this Issue (9 articles)
- Let it Bee: The busy bee and the turbulent Corona
- Fasting during the COVID-19 pandemicexplaining Earth Sciences in the field
A. Al Ashhab
- Education in days of Corona: Perspective on aspects of the Israeli education
system in the light of the Covid 19-pandemic
- Distance learning on routine and emergency periods :Preliminary conclusions
from research among school administrators and teachers in south of Israel
N. Avriel-Avni, E. C. Levy, V. Makover, Y. Shwartz, G. Ravid
- משבר הקורונה: האם חווה ענף התיירות בישראל “ברבור שחור” חדש?
- Will COVID-19 hit the renewable energy sector and slow down
the global energy transition?
T. Abu Hamed
- Research article
- How will COVID-19 affect tourism in Israel: Insights from tourism operators
Y. Limon, Y. Shtern, Y. Finzi
- After the deluge :Super-structures in nature and human society