So I am doing another happy dance as Volume 60 Issues 1-8 of our Hydrological Sciences Journal have been delivered. We are expected to get four more issues, i.e. 9-12.
So Taylor and Francis have definitely made my day and I hope yours too since this information is now available for perusal.
Please see below for a breakdown of what each of the four books contain.
- Hydrological Sciences Journal Volume 60 Issues 1-2 2015:
This journal contains 379 pages and presents articles on topics such as climate change risks and water management; future water stress; modelling regional impacts and water resources; peak discharge estimation; surface soil water content; hydrological trends; salt intrusion model in Malaysia; water yield effects; land surface temperature; index-flood model; sediment transfer; artificial recharge by floodwater and transient phreatic surface mound.
Also contained in this journal is a book review for Introduction to Physical Hydrology by Martin R. Hendriks, 2010; Oxford University Press
2. Hydrological Sciences Journal Volume 60 Issues 3-4 2015:
This journal presents articles and case studies on a wide variety of topics which include bias compensation in flood frequency; hydrograph evaluation; catchment behaviour, rainfall selection and flash flood; data series interpolation; runoff of climate change; runoff and water temperature; global hdrological models; current trends in climate parameters; curve number adjustment; modelling climate and land-use; sewer overflow; groundwater depletion; water balance; source identification and water storage.
3. Hydrological Sciences Journal Volume 60 Issues 5-6 2015:
This journal contains a special issue of Evaluating Water Resources with SWAT, as well as, articles and case studies on topics such as advances in water resources assessment; spatial-analysis of SWAT; modelling spatial distribution; agricultural management and SWAT model; SWAT sub-field investigation; surface water-groundwater model; climate change impacts; water inflow and a coastal lagoon; calibrated parameter sets; flood peaks and volumes; seasonal climate patterns; continuous streamflow simulation; monitoring acidic water; parameter uncertainty and sensitivity analysis; new fuzzy linear regression; predicting daily pan evaporation; saturated hydraulic conductivity and LISEM and seasonal and inter-annual variability.
4. Hydrological Sciences Journal Volume 60 Issues 7-8 2015:
This journal contains a special issue on “Modelling Temporally-variable Catchments”, as well as, articles and case studies on various topics which include hydrological models and changing conditions; hydrological models and changing catchments; comparative assessment of AWBM and SimHyd; hydrological impact and forest fire; wildfire impact and runoff; ECOMAG model; temporal variability and catchment response; HBV model and parametric uncertainty; model performance and parameter variability; current runoff variations; bushfire and climate variability; kinematic wave-based hydrological model; COSERO precipitation-runoff model; graphical tools and catchment behaviour; parameter transferability and changing climate; flood estimation and hydrological modelling and temporally-variable catchments.
For those of you interested in taking a closer look at our new journal acquisitions, please feel free to email me or drop by my desk. 🙂
Please be reminded that articles are also available at Taylor and Francis Online, till December 31 2015 for which you would require a username and password which I would provide you with.