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Journal of Water Resource Engineering and Management

ISSN: 2349-4336


Focus and Scope

About the Journal

Journal of Water Resource Engineering and Management [2349-4336(e)] is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2014 that aims to cover the latest developments in the field of Water Resource Engineering. The Journal welcomes emerging methodologies and techniques which have the potential for real-world Applications.

Focus and Scope

  • Water resources: Natural sources of fresh water, Surface water, Groundwater, Artificial sources of usable water, Wastewater reuse, Desalinated water, Water uses, Agriculture and other irrigation, Industries, Drinking water and domestic use (households), Environment, Recreation, Challenges and threats, Water scarcity, Water pollution, Water conflict, Climate change, Water resource management, Sustainable water management, Integrated water resources management.
  • Hydrological Engineering: Hydrophysical, hydrodynamic, hydrochemical and hydrobiological processes, Hydraulic jack, hydroelectric energy development, Hydraulic structure, Hydraulic mining, HEC-RAS.
  • Fluid mechanics: Pressure head, piezometer, manometer, differential manometer, Bourdon gauge, Behavior of real fluids, Real and Ideal fluids, Viscous flow, Laminar flow and turbulence, Bernoulli’s equation.
  • Sewage treatment: Domestic wastewater treatment, municipal wastewater treatment, wastewater treatment, contaminants from sewage, decentralized systems, combined sewer, sewage treatment plant, industrial wastewater. sewage sludge, biosolids, surface runoff, stormwater, meltwater, rainwater, System of pipes, chambers, and manholes.
  • Water Treatment Process: Upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor, Septic tank, Imhoff tank, Constructed wetland, biofilters, Decentralized wastewater system, Nature-based solutions, On-site sewage facility, Sand filter, Vermifilter, mechanized processes of Water Treatment: Activated sludge systems, Aerobic granulation, Aerobic treatment system, Enhanced biological phosphorus removal, Expanded granular sludge bed digestion, Extended aeration, Filtration, Membrane bioreactor Moving bed biofilm reactor, Reverse osmosis, Rotating biological contactor, Sequencing batch reactor, Trickling filter, Ultrafiltration, Ultraviolet disinfection.
  • Waste stabilization pond: Ponds, Anaerobic ponds, facultative ponds systems, Facultative aerated lagoons, Complete-mix aerated lagoon sedimentation pond systems, High rate ponds, Maturation ponds Disposal or treatment options: Application of sludge, irrigation, soak pit, leach field, fish pond.
  • Preliminary treatment: Screening, Grit removal, Flow equalization, Fat and grease removal, suspended solids


  • Geographical Management system
  • Meteorology & Geology
  • Water Resource System Analysis
  • Groundwater modeling & management
  • Geographical information systems
  • Water supply and hydrological modeling
  • Computational river hydraulics
  • Rainfall-Runoff
  • Aquatic environment
  • Aquatic ecology
  • Water engineering
  • Hydropower project
  • Infrastructure to uncertain and evolving environments
  • Adaptation of water resources
  • Large river and lake regulation
  • Inter-basin water transfer
  • Ecological restoration
  • Sustainable utilization of water resources<
  • Water resources and regime
  • Water quality and protection
  • Economic, Social
  • Legal aspects of water-resource development
  • Surface and groundwater resources
  • Water supply and distribution systems, stormwater, drinking water, and wastewater
  • Ecosystem services, and environmental water
  • Nexus of water, energy, and agricultural systems, and sustainability, resilience