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New Journal of Water and Climate

Last modified April 22, 2009 10:58

IWA announces the launch of a new Journal of Water and Climate which publishes refereed research and practitioner papers on all aspects of water science, technology, management and innovation in response to climate change

IWA announces the launch of a new Journal of Water and Climate which publishes refereed research and practitioner papers on all aspects of water science, technology, management and innovation in response to climate change. See www.iwaponline.com/jwc

Full details are given below.

Submit papers: https://www.editorialmanager.com/jwc

Register as a referee: https://www.editorialmanager.com/jwc/preRegistration.asp

To subscribe to the journal: Contact Portland Customer Services, you can get the first two copies complimentary (https://www.portlandpress.com/pcs/journals/journal.cfm?product=JWC)

To register for free Contents Alerts: http://www.iwapublishing.com/template.cfm?name=mailings

For any other queries contact Emma Gulseven at: jwc@iwap.co.uk

The Journal of Water and Climate publishes refereed research and practitioner papers on all aspects of water science, technology, management and innovation in response to climate change. The journal's scope includes but is not limited to articles relating climate change to:

Hydrology
Inland and coastal waters, including both surface and ground waters Limnology Glacial science Aquatic ecosystems, including both native and invasive species Waterborne disease Extreme events (floods, rainstorms, droughts) Predictive modelling of water resources Paleo-studies of water quality and ecosystem state All aspects of water management including accounting, water supply, water and wastewater treatment, water reuse and demand management Energy and nutrient recovery in sewage treatment Greenhouse gas emissions from impoundments Greenhouse gas emitting technologies for water and wastewater treatment Carbon accounting in the water sector Targets and strategies for carbon emissions reduction Policy and practice of adaptation and mitigation of climate change in the water sector Organisational change to deal with climate change

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