We are delighted to announce that starting with articles published in 2015, Sustainable Water Resources Management is now included in Scopus.
The peer-reviewed journal Sustainable Water Resources Management (SWAM) publishes articles that deal with the interface of water resources science and the needs of human populations, highlighting work that addresses practical methods and basic research in: management of groundwater and surface water resources quantity and quality; sustainability of water resources and water availability; water use and reuse including managed aquifer recharge and storage; geopolitical and socio-economic aspects of water-resource management; water development and human activity impacts on ecologic systems and human health, including, for example, agricultural and climatic impacts, subsurface waste storage and injection, geothermal energy development and subsurface energy storage.
A primary intent of the journal is to provide a platform for authors from developing countries and their collaborators from developed countries to inform the larger scientific community of current projects and results of research. This will help meet the need for professional recognition of these authors and to disseminate this information to English language readers. Additionally and of equal importance, this journal will help to meet the demands of developed countries for reliable scientific data and information from developing countries to be used for analyses and projects within the developing countries. It is hoped that the international interactions highlighted by SWAM will raise the quality and scope of research and practical approaches in both developed and developing countries.
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- Addresses a broad range of topics in water resources management
- Covers geopolitical and socio-economic effects and constraints
- Includes such topics as natural and man-induced contamination of water resources, surface and ground water interaction, managed aquifer recharge and storage
- James W LaMoreaux
- Publishing model
- Hybrid (Transformative Journal). Learn about publishing Open Access with us
- 112 days
- Submission to first decision
- 365 days
- Submission to acceptance
- 123,300 (2020)
AuthorsThis is part of 1 collection:
Geochemical characterization of geothermal spring waters occurring in southern part of Gujarat and West Coast Geothermal Province of Maharashtra, India
Authors (first, second and last of 4)
Water quality index (WQI) calibration in the Paute River hydrographical basin, south inter-Andean region of Ecuador, based on the environmental agreement nº 097-A
Authors (first, second and last of 5)
Topical Collection – Call for Papers: "Hydrogeoethics for Water Resources Management: Groundwater - Geoethics - Sustainable Society Nexus"
Groundwater is, by far, the most abundant and widespread source of liquid freshwater on the planet. In general, groundwater keeps being a disregarded subject by citizens, decision makers and even scientists in some way related to water resources, ignoring its interlinked and essential roles in the water cycle, the ecosystems, and the functioning of society.
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