Aims and Scope
The Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education (JCWRE) disseminates original, peer-reviewed articles and comprehensive reviews on applied research, policy, education, and outreach/extension in water and watershed science and management, with international scope and an emphasis on transdisciplinary approaches and perspectives. Two themed issues a year focus on topics that emerge from conferences, water resources organizations, national training or education programs, and research and extension teams. One issue per year is reserved for general submissions. JCWRE is published by the Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR).
April 2019 will be the last printed issue. The journal is published in electronic form on Wiley Online Library where it can be downloaded by researchers, educators, and policy-makers around the world.
Beginning in 2019, the following publication charges will apply per article:
$300 for UCOWR members
$500 for non-UCOWR members.
These fees are subject to change.
JCWRE is currently accepting submissions for consideration. Articles can be submitted at any time. Articles will be considered for the upcoming open issues (December 2019; August 2020) or upcoming themed issue (April 2020), if appropriate. The deadline for December 2019 consideration is July 22. The deadline for August 2020 consideration is February 3, 2020. Email submissions to Jackie Crim (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please follow the author instructions carefully.
Karl Williard, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Jackie Crim, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Kofi Akamani, Southern Illinois University Carbondale – Policy and Human Dimensions
Natalie Carroll, Purdue University – Education
Kristin Floress, United States Forest Service – Policy and Human Dimensions
Gurpreet Kaur, Mississippi State University – Agricultural Water and Nutrient Management
Prem Parajuli, Mississippi State University – Engineering and Modeling
Gurbir Singh, Mississippi State University – Agriculture and Watershed Management
M.S. Srinivasan, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research – Hydrology
Kevin Wagner, Texas A&M University – Water Quality and Watershed Management
Jonathan Yoder, Washington State University – Natural Resource Economics