We are pleased to share with you a collection of most downloaded articles which showcase recent research from Elsevier’s hydrology journals. Articles included in this collection are free to access online until 31 May 2019.
Journal of Hydrology
Reservoir operations under climate change: Storage capacity options to mitigate risk
By: Nima Ehsani et al.
Spatio-temporal modelling of the status of groundwater droughts
By: B.P. Marchant and J.P. Bloomfield
Implications of projected climate change for groundwater recharge in the western United States
By: Thomas Meixner et al.
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies
A review of the current state of research on the water, energy, and food nexus
By: Aiko Endo et al.
The impacts of urbanisation and climate change on urban flooding and urban water quality: A review of the evidence concerning the United Kingdom
By: James D. Miller and Michael Hutchins
Hot spring resort development in Laguna Province, Philippines: Challenges in water use regulation
By: Karen Ann B. Jago-on et al.
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology
Advances in Water Resources
Development and evaluation of a framework for global flood hazard mapping
By: Francesco Dottori et al.
The water footprint of wood for lumber, pulp, paper, fuel and firewood
By: Joep F. Schyns et al.
Analysis of the current world biofuel production under a water–food–energy nexus perspective
By: Emanuele Moioli et al.
Ocean and Coastal Management
A coastal vulnerability assessment for planning climate resilient infrastructure
By: Jennifer M. Brown et al.
Conservation and restoration of mangroves: Global status, perspectives, and prognosis
By: Stephanie S. Romañach et al.
The management of coastal erosion
By: A.T. Williams et al.