Default: Journal of the American Water Resources Association

ISSN: 1093-474X

Journal Home

Journal Guideline

Journal of the American Water Resources Association Q2 Unclaimed

Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd United States
Unfortunately this journal has not been claimed yet. For this reason, some information may be unavailable.

Journal of the American Water Resources Association is a journal indexed in SJR in Ecology and Water Science and Technology with an H index of 118. It has a price of 2083 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 0,654 and it has a best quartile of Q2. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 0,654.

Journal of the American Water Resources Association focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: water, change, resources, watershed, influence, impacts, insights, interbasin, joaquin, lakesdrivers, ...

Type: Journal

Type of Copyright:

Languages: English

Open Access Policy:

Type of publications:

Publication frecuency: -

Price

2083 €

Inmediate OA

NPD

Embargoed OA

0 €

Non OA

Metrics

Journal of the American Water Resources Association

0,654

SJR Impact factor

118

H Index

123

Total Docs (Last Year)

240

Total Docs (3 years)

6936

Total Refs

572

Total Cites (3 years)

223

Citable Docs (3 years)

2.1

Cites/Doc (2 years)

56.39

Ref/Doc

Comments

No comments ... Be the first to comment!

Aims and Scope


water, change, resources, watershed, influence, impacts, insights, interbasin, joaquin, lakesdrivers, longterm, modeled, aquatic, national, nitrate, pesticide, planningseepage, agricultural, reachscale, regression, differences, bed, biota, californiaregion, characteristics, climate, conflict, dataclimatic, delaware, basin, ripariancorridor, estimateseffects, estimating, federal, flood, florida,



Best articles by citations

Identifying Urban Features from LiDAR for a High-Resolution Urban Hydrologic Model

View more

Managing Forests for Increased Regional Water Yield in the Southeastern U.S. Coastal Plain

View more

SEDIMENT TRAPPING WITHIN FORESTRY STREAMSIDE MANAGEMENT ZONES: GEORGIA PIEDMONT, USA

View more

WATER CONSERVATION IN CASABLANCA, MOROCCO

View more

Tree Basal Growth Response to Flooding in a Bottomland Hardwood Forest in Central Ohio1

View more

Seeking, Thinking, Acting: Understanding Suburban Resident Perceptions and Behaviors Related to Stream Quality

View more

Modeling the Effect of Summertime Heating on Urban Runoff Temperature1

View more

Sparrow Modeling to Understand Water-Quality Conditions in Major Regions of the United States: A Featured Collection Introduction1

View more

Crop Discharge Permits for Reduction of Nitrogen Loads to the Baltic Sea1

View more

Book Reviews

View more

A Framework to Develop Nationwide Flooding Extents Using Climate Models and Assess Forecast Potential for Flood Resilience

View more

Reduced Soil Macropores and Forest Cover Reduce Warm-Season Baseflow below Ecological Thresholds in the Upper Delaware River Basin

View more
SHOW MORE ARTICLES

CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS UNCERTAINTY FOR WATER RESOURCES IN THE SAN JOAQUIN RIVER BASIN, CALIFORNIA

View more

ESTIMATING NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION LOADS WITH A GIS SCREENING MODEL

View more

Application of Index Procedures to Flood Frequency Analysis in Turkey1

View more

Impacts of Climate Variability and Land Use Alterations on Frequency Distributions of Terrestrial Runoff Loading to Coastal Waters in Southern California1

View more

Discussion

View more

Model-Based Nitrogen and Phosphorus (Nutrient) Criteria for Large Temperate Rivers: 2. Criteria Derivation

View more

Evaluating the Outcomes of Collaborative Modeling for Decision Support

View more

Comparison of the Performance of Statistical Models in Forecasting Monthly Total Dissolved Solids in the Rio Grande1

View more

THE MISUSE OF HYDROLOGIC UNIT MAPS FOR EXTRAPOLATION, REPORTING, AND ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT1

View more

Using a GIS Model to Identify Internally Drained Areas and Runoff Contribution in a Glaciated Watershed1

View more

Prediction of Streamflow Regime and Annual Runoff for Ungauged Basins Using a Distributed Monthly Water Balance Model1

View more

Field-Scale Application of Three Types of Neural Networks to Predict Ground-Water Levels

View more

FAQS