International Journal of River Basin Management

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The Journal plays a specific role in promoting a cross-sectorial approach encompassing all aspects of river and floodplain management, with a truly global perspective, and available to subscribers at a reasonable price. Launched at the Third World Water Forum in Kyoto, March 2003, with overwhelming interest, this Journal is published in four issues per year in print and electronic format, and is co-published by IAHR  with IAHS and INBO The Journal is a response by the scientific and professional community to the World Water Vision and calls by the World Water Council and Global Water Partnership for an integrated approach to water resources management. Papers will be accepted in all areas of river and floodplain management including catchments, wetlands and estuarine systems. For more information about the Journal click here.

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The online edition of the Journal of River Basin Management is freely offered to all members.The printed version fee remains EUR 60.

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Editor in chief

Dr. Ing Michael NonesDr. Ing. Michael Nones

Institute of Geophysics- Polish Academy of Sciences

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JRBM Best Paper Award

The JRBM Best Paper Award rewards annually the best contribution to the International Journal of River Basin Management (JRBM) with strong original research dealing with significant basin management problems. Established in 2010, this IAHR award is supported by Taylor and Francis and consists of an award certificate and a monetary prize of EUR 600

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