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ISSN: 0885-6087

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Hydrological Processes is a journal indexed in SJR in Water Science and Technology with an H index of 161. It has a price of 3500 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,222 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Hydrological Processes focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: alpine, water, river, headwater, farafra, export, fine, forecastinggroundwater, catchmentminor, gamma, ...

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Languages: English

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Aims and Scope

alpine, water, river, headwater, farafra, export, fine, forecastinggroundwater, catchmentminor, gamma, fifthorder, gis, glacier, glacierized, global, grassland, haut, indiana, irrigated, evaluation, energy, element, assessment, budgets, catchment, catchments, chloride, contributions, darolla, demand, distribution, dryland, ecosystems, effect, egyptthe,

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A hydroarchive for the free exchange of hydrological software Website:

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A novel soil moisture-based drought severity index (DSI) combining water deficit magnitude and frequency

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A supplementary approach for estimating reaeration rate coefficients

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An assessment of global climate model-simulated climate for the western cordillera of Canada (1961-90)

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Application of fuzzy logic to forecast seasonal runoff

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Application of spectral analysis to determine hydraulic diffusivity of a sandy aquifer(Pingtung County, Taiwan)

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Assessment of the impact of meteorological network density on the estimation of basin precipitation and runoff: a case study

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Boundary and border considerations in hydrology

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Canadian Geophysical Union Hydrology Section Special Issue

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Changes in the fine sediment dynamics of the Ouse and Tweed basins in the UK over the last 100-150 years

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Classifying the flow regimes of Mediterranean streams using multivariate analysis

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Compared performances of different algorithms for estimating annual nutrient loads discharged by the eutrophic River Loire

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Contribution of storms to groundwater recharge in the semi-arid region of Karnataka, India

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Dams and downstream ground water

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Determining long time-scale hyporheic zone flow paths in Antarctic streams

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Effect of snow structure on water flow and solute transport

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Effect of spatial variation characteristics on contouring of design storm depth

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Effects of eastern redcedar encroachment on soil hydraulic properties along Oklahoma's grassland-forest ecotone

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Erosion and sedimentation on the Russian Plain, II: the history of erosion and sedimentation during the period of intensive agriculture

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