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With great pleasure we announce the launch of a Virtual Special Issue (VSI) on Hydroclimatic Extremes in the prominent Journal Advances in Water Resources (CiteScore: 4.53, 5-yr Impact Factor: 4.37).

 

We solicit original research papers focusing on Extremes of precipitation, flooding, drought, temperature, wind, surge, sea levels, or of other hydrometeorological variables, that advance the scientific knowledge in different areas including:

  • Stochastic and physically-based modelling and forecasting.
  • Diagnostics of change and of natural variability at any spatio-temporal scale.
  • Frameworks for detecting and modelling compound and concurrent hydrologic extremes.
  • Probabilistic methods (stationary and non-stationary) for frequency estimation.
  • Predictions of GCM's and spatio-temporal downscaling techniques.
  • Monitoring methods.
  • Mitigation and adaptation strategies.

We strongly encourage potential authors wishing to submit their paper to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. first the Managing Guest Editor to inquire about the suitability of their manuscript. Alternatively, authors can directly submit their manuscript (no later than September 30, 2018) by clicking: Submit Your Paper

Upon submission when prompted to "Select Issue Type" mind to select "VSI:Hydroclimatic extremes" (or download this annotated PDF for step-by-step instructions).

Note that: (a) all papers will be thoroughly peer-reviewed based on the Journal’s high-quality standards; (b) a Virtual Special Issue implies that all accepted papers will be immediately published and appear in the journal’s regular issues and be listed additionally under the VSI’s theme to further promote your work.

Before submission we invite you to read the journal’s Guide for Authors. For any further questions please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.the Managing Guest Editor.

Best regards!

Managing Guest Editor:

  • S.M. Papalexiou | University of California Irvine, USA | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Guest Editors: