Hydrological Processes

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Edited By: Professor Doerthe Tetzlaff

Impact Factor: 2.677

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 9/83 (Water Resources)

Online ISSN: 1099-1085

Just Published Articles

  1. Evaluation of impacts of climate change and human activities on streamflow in the Poyang Lake basin, China

    Qiang Zhang, Jianyu Liu, Vijay P. Singh, Xihui Gu and Xiaohong Chen

    Accepted manuscript online: 5 FEB 2016 05:35AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10814

  2. On the dependence of the saturated hydraulic conductivity upon the effective porosity through a power law model at different scales

    Carmine Fallico, Samuele De Bartolo, Massimo Veltri and Gerardo Severino

    Accepted manuscript online: 4 FEB 2016 08:35AM EST | DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10798

  3. Data rules: From personal belonging to community goods

    Hjalmar Laudon and Ida Taberman

    Accepted manuscript online: 3 FEB 2016 05:18PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10811

  4. Assessment of a hydrologic model's reliability in simulating flow regime alterations in a changing climate

    Rajesh R. Shrestha, Markus A. Schnorbus and Daniel L. Peters

    Accepted manuscript online: 3 FEB 2016 04:31PM EST | DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10812

  5. Model complexity and data requirements in snow hydrology: seeking a balance in practical applications

    Francesco Avanzi, Carlo De Michele, Samuel Morin, Carlo Maria Carmagnola, Antonio Ghezzi and Yves Lejeune

    Article first published online: 3 FEB 2016 | DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10782


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MG Anderson Outstanding Paper of the Year Award

To celebrate Professor Malcolm Anderson’s role as the founder of Hydrological Processes and to acknowledge his important and long-lasting contributions to the journal, a new award has been established to commend one outstanding paper every year (one per volume) for its contribution to the field of hydrological processes. The award is not designed to honour the most cited paper, but will recognize originality, advancement to the field and likely exceptional influence on the community.

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2015 Award Winners

We are pleased to announce that the winners of the MG Anderson Award for Outstanding Paper of the Year were Sarah E Godsey and Jim W Kirchner for the paper Dynamic, discontinuous stream networks: hydrologically driven variations in active drainage density, flowing channels and stream order

The winner of the 2015 Wiley Prize for the Top Cited Invited Commentary was John Juston for the paper Smiling in the rain: Seven reasons to be positive about uncertainty in hydrological modelling

The winner of the 2015 Wiley Prize for the Top Cited Research Paper was Rodrigo Pavia for the paper Validation of a full hydrodynamic model for large-scale hydrologic modelling in the Amazon

With many thanks

Reviewers of 2015

Hydrological Processes wishes to thank all of the people listed below, who provided invaluable support for the journal by reviewing manuscripts in 2015. The Editors and Editorial Office Staff greatly appreciate the time and effort spent in helping us and the authors maintain the excellence of the journal. Please click here for a full list of reviewers 2015.

Content Highlights

HP Today

Read 15 High Impact Commentaries

HP Today is devoted to research and sources of information which are considered to be deserving of rapid dissemination to hydrologists. As such, it should be seen as a forum for rapid scientific communication and as a vehicle for up-to-date dialogues in hydrological sciences.

HP Today includes invited commentaries, letters to the editor, and refereed scientific briefings.

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