IAHR Journals provide thought leadership and a platform to report on new research and exchange technical and professional knowledge on the hydro-environment. Publishing in IAHR journals provides citable, peer-reviewed credit to authors.
Since its first journal founded in 1963, the IAHR portfolio of journals has been expanded in line with the changing fields of hydro-environment engineering and water resources management, including a regional focus.
IAHR journals enjoy from the reputation of a learned society that looks after a rigorous peer-review process, selects the best editors and associate editors in their field and are published by renown international publishers Taylor and Francis and Elsevier.
The IAHR Journal of Hydraulic Research (JHR) contains scientific and technical material of broader interest in the areas of theoretical, experimental and computational hydraulics and fluid mechanics in various fields of application (rivers, coasts, environment, structures and industrial flows).
IAHR International Journal of River Basin Management (JRBM) plays a specific role in promoting a cross-sectorial approach encompassing all aspects of river and floodplain management. Papers are accepted in all areas of river and floodplain management including catchments, wetlands, estuarine...
The IAHR Journal of Applied Water Engineering and Research (JAWER) publishes papers and practical case studies on all aspects of hydro-environment engineering and research. Papers cover fluid systems in the hydrosphere, such as rivers, lakes, coastal waters and groundwater within an engineering context.
The IAHR Journal of Ecohydraulics (JoE) embodies the varied research undertaken in ecohydraulics covering water resources and aquatic life, ecology, biology, hydraulics, engineering, geoscience, environmental science, climate change and other related fields, with an emphasis on integration.
Ribagua - Revista Iberoamericana del Agua - promotes technological and scientific development on issues associated with water - continental and maritime - in Ibero-America, spreading the engineering and research work that is developed in the region to a global audience.
The IAHR Journal of Hydro-environment Research aims to provide an international platform for the dissemination of research related to hydraulic problems in the Asia-Pacific region. The journal particularly encourages papers from young researchers.
Published in Spanish and Portuguese, the Revista Hidrolatinoamericana de Jóvenes Investigadores y Profesionales aims at creating a communication channel between young professionals in the Iberoamerican region and promote their participation in international conferences and publications.