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Impact factor: 4. Papers must report a significant advance in the theory, fundamental understanding, practice or application of water research, management, engineering or technology, within the following areas: Chemical and microbial contaminants Distribution and collection Green infrastructure Potable reuse Residue management Sustainability analysis and design Wastewater treatment and resource recovery Water policy and regulation Water technologies Water, sanitation and hygiene WASH Water-energy nexus.
Specific guidance for some areas of our scope is given below: Read more about submissions to this journal Measurement advances and analysis: these papers are encouraged and must clearly focus on the relevance of the work to engineered water systems and clearly explain the implications of the analysis or observations for sustainable water management. New materials or technologies for water treatment: emphasis must be placed on one of the following: Developing a fundamental understanding of the underlying mechanisms integral to technology performance Demonstrating how the practical application of the technology advances the field and improves upon existing treatment options Papers in this area are strongly discouraged from focusing solely on technology demonstrations in model systems with model pollutant targets.
Full papers Original research papers on any of the subjects outlined in the scope section and related areas are encouraged and welcomed. Critical reviews Critical reviews must be a critical evaluation of the existing state of knowledge on a particular facet of water research or water technologies as they affect environmental science. Frontier reviews These are shorter, more focused versions of Critical reviews on a well-defined, specific topic area covering approximately the last two-three years.
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