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Seven New Special Issue Calls from Journals on Hydro and Energy Informatics

 


These seven special issue calls are selected from multiple journals based on their topic of publication and last date of submissions. You have at least two months to prepare and submit to these journals.

1. Environmental Frontiers for Water-Energy Nexus

Guest editors: Gang Liu 

Journal: Engineering(Open Access)

Submission deadline: 30 September 2024

Impact Factor 12.834

CiteScore 18.0

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2. Towards renewable-dominant power systems proactively responding to climate change

Guest editors: Weisheng Wang 

Journal: Engineering(Open Access)

Submission deadline: 29 February 2024

Impact Factor 12.834 

CiteScore 18.0

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3. Advances in Hydrologic Modelling and Hazard Assessment

Guest editors: Upaka Rathnayake,Nitin Muttil and Komali Kantamaneni 

Journal: Engineering(Open Access)

Submission deadline: 15 January 2024

Impact Factor 12.834 

CiteScore 18.0

Click here to submit

4. Peatlands and wetlands

Guest editors: Huai Chen

Journal: Nature Geoscience

Submission deadline: Open

Impact Factor: 21.531

CiteScore: 32.5

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5. Coastal dynamics

Guest editors: Arjen Luijendijk,Fantina Madricardo and Xiao Yu

Journal: Scientific Reports (Open Access)

Submission deadline: 27 March 2024

Impact Factor 5.516

CiteScore 7.5

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6. Ocean Sustainability Challenges at the Food-Climate-Biodiversity Nexus

Guest editors: William W. L. Cheung  & U. Rashid Sumaila

Journal: Discover Oceans (Open Access)

Submission deadline: 27 March 2024

Impact Factor 0

CiteScore 0

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7. Application of GIS Models and Remote Sensing in Water Quality Evaluation, Land and Coastal Zone Management

Guest editors: Dr. Andi Besse Rimba,Prof. Dr. Takahiro Osawa & Dr. Saroj Kumar Chapagain

Journal: Water(Open Access)

Submission Deadline: 31 January 2024 |

Impact Factor 3.5

CiteScore 5.5

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