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Advances in Water Resources is a journal indexed in SJR in Water Science and Technology with an H index of 160. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,194 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,194.

Advances in Water Resources focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: water, recommendationshp, realism, patterns, parametric, nonstationary, narrow, models, modelcholera, saline, ...

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Generalized martingale model of the uncertainty evolution of streamflow forecasts

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"Sensitivity analysis of a pumping test on a well with wellbore storage and skin" by Z.J. Kabala [Adv. Water Resour. 24(5) (2001) 483-504]

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Dual states estimation of a subsurface flow-transport coupled model using ensemble Kalman filtering

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Time-mean structure of secondary flows in open channel with longitudinal bedforms

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Simulated changes due to global warming in the variability of precipitation, and their interpretation using a gamma-distributed stochastic model

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Comment on "Coupled reactive mass transport and fluid flow: issues in model verification" by Freedman and Ibaraki

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On the assimilation of uncertain physical knowledge bases: Bayesian and non-Bayesian techniques

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Untenable nonstationarity: An assessment of the fitness for purpose of trend tests in hydrology

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Uncertainty for solute movement in bounded heterogeneous porous media

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Role of model parameterization in risk-based decision support: An empirical exploration

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Watertable dynamics under capillary fringes: experiments and modelling [Advances in Water Resources 23 (2000) 503-515]

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A least-squares penalty method algorithm for inverse problems of steady-state aquifer models

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Hydrologic controls on soil carbon and nitrogen cycles. I. Modeling scheme

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Four decades of microwave satellite soil moisture observations: Part 2. Product validation and inter-satellite comparisons

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Large-eddy simulation of turbulent rectangular open-channel flow with an emergent rigid vegetation patch

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Central scheme for two-dimensional dam-break flow simulation

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Comment on "Layer averaged Richards' equation with lateral flow" by Praveen Kumar

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Water exclusion from tunnel cavities in the saturated capillary fringe

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Asymptotic regimes in unstable miscible displacements in random porous media

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Hydrological data assimilation with the Ensemble Square-Root-Filter: Use of streamflow observations to update model states for real-time flash flood forecasting

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Non-isothermal soil water transport and evaporation

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The accuracy of stochastic perturbation solutions to subsurface transport problems

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Modelling the fate of oxidisable organic contaminants in groundwater

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Multi-scale assimilation of surface soil moisture data for robust root zone moisture predictions

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