Ecohydrology

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Ecohydrology

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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Ecohydrology is an international journal publishing original scientific and
review papers that aim to improve understanding of processes at the
interface between ecology and hydrology and associated applications related
to environmental management.

Ecohydrology seeks to increase interdisciplinary insights by placing
particular emphasis on interactions and associated feedbacks in both space
and time between ecological systems and the hydrological cycle. Research
contributions are solicited from disciplines focusing on the physical,
ecological, biological, biogeochemical, geomorphological, drainage basin,
mathematical and methodological aspects of ecohydrology.

Research in both terrestrial and aquatic systems is of interest provided it
explicitly links ecological systems and the hydrologic cycle; research such
as aquatic ecological, channel engineering, or ecological or hydrological
modelling is less appropriate for the journal unless it specifically
addresses the criteria above. Manuscripts describing individual case studies
are of interest in cases where broader insights are discussed beyond site-
and species-specific results.

The Journal also publishes research on new instrumentation and techniques if
they describe truly new and significant advances in methodology that can be
broadly applied to the ecohydrological understanding and management of
environmental systems. Occasional special issues will be published that
cover themes emergent from conferences, ecological and hydrological science
societies and key research topics.

Online ISSN: 1936-0592
Print ISSN: 1936-0584

Manuscript submission via online system.

Editor-in-Chief:

Professor Keith RJ Smettem
Centre for Ecohydrology, School of Environmental Systems Engineering
The University of Western Australia, Australia

Email: Smettem@sese.uwa.edu.au

Content available by subscription.

Abstracts available online. Articles available in HTML and PDF format.

Current Issue: Volume 2 Issue 2 (June 2009)

Date: 4 September 2009

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Original posting date: 
Friday, September 4, 2009
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