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Call for Papers: Flood Catastrophes in a Changing Environment

Hydrology Research is pleased to announce that a special issue on Flood Catastrophes is now open for submissions, presenting the latest research outcomes on floods. 

Hydrology Research fully Open Access from 2020

We are pleased to announce that Hydrology Research will be Open Access from January 2020. To make this transition possible, all papers submitted after 31 October 2019 will be subject to Open Access fees upon acceptance. See here for more information.


Impact Factor Increase

This impressive growth in attention is thanks to the hard work, dedication and valuable research of our authors and editors.


Support Hydrology Research's Transition to OA

Hydrology Research will be fully Open Access from 2020! To make this transition possible, we are relying on the continued support of the HR community. Learn more about joining our HR OA Affiliate programme here


Acknowledgement to Reviewers

The high scientific standards maintained by Hydrology Research owe much to the continuing dedication of the journal's reviewers who freely give their time and expertise.

New to Open Access?

Check out our short (30 minute) crash-course webinar on the essentials you should know about Open Access (OA) including OA types, licenses and procedures.

Open Access waivers for the developing world

IWA Publishing is proud to work with Research4Life to waive Open Access fees for authors from developing countries and to grant free access to our content.


Waivers for authors from institutional partners

If you are affiliated with one of our institutional partners, you are eligible to publish in any of our IWA Publishing journals free-of-charge.


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