This peer-reviewed Journal launched in 2013 publishes papers and practical case studies on all aspects of hydro-environment engineering and research. Practically-oriented papers and case studies are particularly welcome. Papers cover fluid systems in the hydrosphere, such as rivers, lakes, coastal waters and groundwater within an engineering context, and including hydraulic machinery, hydraulic structures, water supply, treatment and drainage systems. There is a strong interest also in environmental monitoring, catchment hydraulics, water quality and ecohydraulics and their role for climate change studies, flood risk management, desalination, re-use and water security.
JAWER welcomes applications related to integrated water resources management and hydropolicy, and aims for international dissemination of innovative methods specifically showcasing studies on interfacing technology-based solutions within the hydro-environment and its ecological values and services.
We welcome technical-oriented papers providing directly applicable solutions to water engineering problems, and insight into case studies and practical research. Authors must have in consideration:
The manuscript should provide direct applicable solutions, thereafter reproducible.
Aim for international dissemination of innovative methods, so interesting for a broad audience (not just local case).
Interface technology-based solutions within hydro-environment and its ecological values and services, thus being within an engineering context.
Being methodologically sound.
Not just being a "usual" report of physical or numerical model study but focusing on a specific advance of technological applications, however not necessarily requiring to be a new or original advance.
Article should have a section on application or case study.
For more information read the instructions for authors.
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Research and Development Center, US Army Corps of Engineers, USA
Technical University of Valencia, Spain