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Journal of Ecohydraulics

Publication Frequency 2 issues per year (first year an inaugural doubled issue)

Journal of Ecohydraulics is an online journal from International Association for Hydro-Environment Engineering and Research (IAHR) with the support of  China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research (IWHR)

Published by Taylor and Francis

Call for Papers

We welcome papers from a range of approaches -from physical and numerical modelling to empirical laboratory experimentation and field studies – aimed to answer fundamental questions and solve challenges of value to real world applications. Articles that demonstrate novel investigations and research interactions, bridging disciplinary divides, as well as integrate physical and ecological processes are particularly welcomed.

The Journal of Ecohydraulics (TJoE) 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 the integration of these disciplines.

The Journal is of interest to academics involved in fundamental or applied sciences, as well as practitioners and policy makers working at the applied environmental management end of the spectrum, including those who seek innovative solutions to environmental assessment, impacts of and mitigation for existing or new projects. A range of approaches are invited – from physical and numerical modelling to empirical laboratory experimentation and field studies – aimed to answer fundamental questions and solve challenges of value to real world applications. Articles that demonstrate novel investigations and research interactions, bridging disciplinary divides, as well as integrate physical and ecological processes are particularly welcomed. Key contributors comprise of aquatic biologists and ecologists, environmental and climate change scientists, civil, mechanical, and environmental engineers, regulators and policy makers, natural resource managers, and conservationists.

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Aims & scope

The Journal of Ecohydraulics (TJoE) 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 the integration of these disciplines. The Journal is of interest to academics involved in fundamental or applied sciences, as well as practitioners and policy makers working at the applied environmental management end of the spectrum, including those who seek innovative solutions to environmental assessment, impacts of and mitigation for existing or new projects. A range of approaches are invited – from physical and numerical modelling to empirical laboratory experimentation and field studies – aimed to answer fundamental questions and solve challenges of value to real world applications. Articles that demonstrate novel investigations and research interactions, bridging disciplinary divides, as well as integrate physical and ecological processes are particularly welcomed. Key contributors comprise of aquatic biologists and ecologists, environmental and climate change scientists, civil, mechanical, and environmental engineers, regulators and policy makers, natural resource managers, and conservationists.

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Editors in Chief

Paul Kemp
University of Southampton
UK
Katopodis Ecohydraulics Ltd
Canada

The Editors in Chief are supported by an Editorial Board and a Review Panel

Subscriptions

IAHR members receive subscription to Journal of Ecohydraulics as a free membership benefit 
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