International Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology

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Editor in Chief: Prof. Saeid Eslamian
ISSN online: 2042-7816
ISSN print: 2042-7808
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IJHST is a peer-reviewed international journal covering research and practical studies on hydrological science, technology, water resources and related topics including water, air and soil pollution and hazardous waste issues. IJHST was initiated to communicate ideas, findings, methods, techniques or summaries of interesting projects or investigations in the area of hydrology.

 



 Topics covered include

  • Dams and modelling reservoir operations
  • Geostatistics
  • Groundwater modelling
  • Climate change and variability
  • Eco-hydrology and hydro-ecology
  • Flood and drought regionalisation and control
  • Rainfall and wind analysis
  • Remote sensing, GIS and data analysis
  • River and sediment engineering
  • Urban, surface, snow and karst hydrology
  • Water distribution networks
  • Water resources engineering and best management practices
  • Water policy, economics and scarcity
  • Water reuse and wetlands
  • Water, soil and air quality and pollution
  • Water use and consumption

 

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  • Advances in river restoration
  • Agricultural hydrology for irrigated crop production
  • Application of artificial neural networks (ANNs), support vector machines (SVM), empirical orthogonal teleconnection (EOT), empirical orthogonal functions (EOF), fuzzy logic and genetic algorithms in hydrology
  • Applications of remote sensing and geographic information systems (GIS) in hydrology
  • Aquatic hydrology
  • Coupled hydrological, ecological and atmospheric modelling
  • Data assimilation of wind and rainfall data into meso-scale atmospheric models
  • Dynamics of droughts
  • Eco-hydrology
  • Emerging contaminants
  • Environmental hydrogeology
  • Environmental isotopes in the hydrological cycle
  • Environmental nanotechnology
  • Environmental river mechanics
  • Estimation of hydraulic properties of porous media
  • Evaluation of multi-parameter algorithms for hydrological applications
  • Flood frequency analysis
  • Fluvial geomorphology and landscape evolution
  • Geostatistics
  • Groundwater and surface water interaction
  • Conjunctive use of surface and groundwater
  • Hydroecology
  • Hydrological effects associated with climate change and variability and modelling hydrological changes
  • Hydrological impacts of forest management practices
  • Hydrological, fisheries, economic and social impacts of dam removal
  • Hydrologic dynamics and ecosystem structure
  • Hydrology and integrated water management
  • Hydrology of extremes
  • Land surface-atmosphere interactions
  • Lateral effects of drainage ditches on wetland hydrology
  • Modelling reservoir operations with biological constraints
  • Nonlinear dynamics and multiple scale processes in hydrology
  • Quantifying hydrological needs of endangered species
  • Quantitative precipitation forecasting
  • Regionalisation in hydrology
  • Regional scale dynamics of soil moisture processes
  • Role of hydrologic models in the TMDL process in large basins
  • Karst hydrology
  • Measurements and estimation of aquifer recharge
  • Monthly, seasonal and/or decadal forecasting
  • Multi-phase flow in heterogeneous porous media
  • New methodological developments in stochastic hydrology
  • Scaling issues: scale dependence and scale invariance in hydrology
  • Statistical analysis of water quality data
  • Transport and coupled processes in the vadose zone
  • Urban hydrology
  • Water policy
  • Water pricing
  • Water scarcity
  • Wetland restoration and best management practices
  • Wind frequency and modelling

 

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Objectives

The main objective of IJHST is the promotion of hydrological science and technology through challenging traditional and conventional methods and publishing new methods in global, regional and national changing climates. IJHST covers the effects of urbanisation, agriculture, industry, forestry, etc., and the research undertaken and needed to better define their effects on water resources.

IJHST allows the viewpoints of cities, factories, farmers, fisheries, foresters, etc. to be brought together to answer questions about how technical problems are addressed and solved, and how management issues are decided between competing hydrological resources. IJHST aims to strengthen the partnerships between water scientists, engineers, geologists, chemists, biologists and the other disciplines to develop current hydrology methods. It helps define the knowledge that is required to make informed hydrological decisions.


Readership

IJHST provides a vehicle to help professionals, academics, researchers and policy makers to disseminate information and to learn from each other's work. Such a readership will be working in the field of hydrological technology management, science, engineering and business education as surface hydrologists, groundwater hydrologists, hydrometeorologists, hydrogeologists, agrometeorologists, environmental scientists, physical geographers, agricultural hydrologists, ecohydrologists, river engineers, environmental geologists, hydroecologists, civil engineers and environmental statisticians.


Contents

IJHST publishes original papers, review papers, technical reports, notes and case studies. Special Issues devoted to important topics in hydrological technology science and engineering will occasionally be published.


 

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Editor in Chief

  • Eslamian, Saeid, Isfahan University of Technology, Iran
    (ijh.res@gmail.com)

    Advisory Board

    • Al-Turbak, Abdulaziz S., King Saud University, Saudi Arabia
    • Bonacci, Ognjen, University of Split, Croatia
    • Boynagryan, Vladimir, Yerevan State University, Armenia
    • Cassardo, Claudio, University of Torino, Italy
    • Chen, Bang-Fuh, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
    • Dac, Nguyen Tat, Sub-Institute for Water Resources Planning (SIWRP), Vietnam
    • Elshorbagy, Amin A., University of Saskatchewan, Canada
    • Gambolati, Giuseppe, Universitá degli Studi di Padova, Italy
    • Ghidaoui, Mohamed, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
    • Herrera, Ismael, National University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico
    • Khan, Shahbaz, Charles Sturt University, Australia
    • Latif, Muhammad, University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan
    • Lundqvist, Jan, Linkoping University, Sweden
    • Lyberatos, Gerasimos, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    • Manopimoke, Supachit, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan
    • McDonnell, Jeffrey, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
    • Miller, Norman L., E.O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
    • Murad, Ahmed Ali Abdalla, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates
    • Mutua, Francis M., University of Nairobi, Kenya
    • Naidu, Ravi, University of South Australia, Australia
    • Nicolas, Kalogerakis, Technical University of Crete, Greece
    • Pagliara, Stefano, Universitá di Pisa, Italy
    • Papanastasiou, Panos, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
    • Radic, Zoran M., University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia
    • Rashed, Muhammad Al, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait
    • Scarpati, Olga Eugenia, La Plata National University, Argentina
    • Selahattin, Incecik, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
    • Shatanawi, Muhammad Rashid, University of Jordan, Jordan
    • Starkel, Leszek, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
    • Szolgay, Jan, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia
    • Wang, Zhao-Yin, Tsinghua University, China

    Editorial Board Members

    • Ahmed, Shakeel, National Geophysical Research Institute (N.G.R.I.), India
    • Bardsley, Earl, University of Waikato, New Zealand
    • Cheng, Alexander H.- D., University of Mississippi, USA
    • Conacher, Arthur, University of Western Australia, Australia
    • Di Baldassarre, Giuliano, UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Netherlands
    • Diersch, Hans-Jorg G., DHI-WASY GmbH, Germany
    • Dupont, R. Ryan, Utah State University, USA
    • Dvinskih, Svetlana Aleksandrovna, Perm State University, Russian Federation
    • Gomez-Hernandez, Jaime, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
    • Grismer, Mark E., University of California, USA
    • Gupta, Ashim Das, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
    • Howard, Ken W.F., University of Toronto at Scarborough, Canada
    • Khanbilvardi, Reza M., City University of New York, USA
    • Klove, Bjorn, University of Oulu, Finland
    • Kovar, Pavel, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic
    • Kowalczak, Piotr, Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, Poland
    • Kroiss, Helmut, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
    • Lazaridou-Dimitriadou, Maria, Aristotle University, Greece
    • McCuen, Richard H., University of Maryland, USA
    • McKay, Jennifer, University of South Australia, Australia
    • Miyazaki, Tsuyoshi, University of Tokyo, Japan
    • Ong, Say Leong, National University of Singapore, Singapore
    • Patzek, Tadeusz W., University of California, USA
    • Persson, Kenneth M, Lund University, Sweden
    • Razack, Moumtaz, University of Poitiers, France
    • Sherif, Mohsen Morad, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates
    • Shui, Lee Teang, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
    • Singh, Vijay P., Texas A&M University, USA
    • Stauffer, Fritz, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
    • Szidarovszky, Ferenc, University of Arizona, USA
    • Tan, Yih-Chi, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
    • Tulipano, Luigi, Sapienza - Universitŕ di Roma, Italy
    • Vairavamoorthy, Kalanithy, University of Birmingham, UK
    • Vogel, Richard M., Tufts University, USA
    • White, Ian, Australian National University, Australia
    • Xia, Jun, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

     

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