DEADLINE EXTENDED: Special Issue in Journal of Hydrology on Urban Hydrological Processes

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Dear colleagues, 

I am writing on behalf of the guest editorial team to let you know that we have extended the submission deadline for the Journal of Hydrology Special Issue on Urban Hydrological Processes to October 7, 2022.  Given on-going world events, disruption of Covid-19 in our lives, and general limits on productivity in water - related research during the pandemic, we hope that extending the deadline will encourage more submissions to the SI. 

I encourage you to consider submitting to this special issue. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions or are considering a submission. Thank you again for your consideration.

Submission deadline: October 7, 2022
Acceptance deadline: April 1, 2023

Best regards from the Guest Editorial team,

Anneliese Sytsma, Colorado School of Mines
Anne Jefferson, Kent State University
Lawrence Band, University of Virginia
Ryan Stewart, Virginia Tech
Chelsea Panos, Colorado School of Mines (AE at Journal of Hydrology)
Sally Thompson, University of Western Australia (EIC at Journal of Hydrology)


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Anneliese Sytsma, Ph.D.

She/hers/her

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Civil and Environmental Engineering | Colorado School of Mines

asy...@mines.edu | (971) 275-7049 | https://anneliesesytsma.wordpress.com/


From: Anneliese Sytsma <asy...@mines.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2021 9:58 AM
To: C. P. Kumar <cpk...@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: [External] Re: Special Issue in Journal of Hydrology on Urban Hydrological Processes


Dear colleagues, 


We would like to invite you to submit a manuscript for the Special Issue in the Journal of Hydrology on “urban hydrological processes: implications of non-Hortonian overland flow for runoff management and infrastructure design”. 

We hope to use this Special Issue to advance our understanding of urban hydrological processes and their implications for management, and explore questions such as (1) how, and to what extent, interactions and feedbacks between green and grey infrastructure impact hydrologic partitioning and storage, and vegetation water use and productivity in urban areas; (2) whether (or when) such infrastructure induces a shift in dominant hydrologic processes in a catchment (i.e., hydrological regime shifts); and (3) how to simulate complex urban runoff processes under these dynamic conditions. 

This Special Issue welcomes studies that review the history of urban runoff management, illustrate the range of runoff mechanisms in urban areas, advance process-based hydrologic modeling in urban areas, or explore the potential for urban hydrological “regime shifts.” 

 In addition to myself, this Special Issue will be co-edited by Dr. Anne Jefferson, Dr. Larry Band, Dr. Ryan Stewart, Dr. Chelsea Panos (Associate Editor at Journal of Hydrology), and overseen by Dr. Sally Thompson (Editor-in-Chief at Journal of Hydrology). Please don’t hesitate to reach out to any of us if you would like to have additional information about this Special Issue. You may contact me directly at asy...@mines.edu or annelies...@berkeley.edu.

We would greatly value your contribution and hope you will be able to respond to our invitation. 


Manuscripts due May 16, 2022

Best regards from the Guest Editorial team,

Anneliese Sytsma, Colorado School of Mines
Anne Jefferson, Kent State University
Lawrence Band, University of Virginia
Ryan Stewart, Virginia Tech
Chelsea Panos, Colorado School of Mines (AE at Journal of Hydrology)
Sally Thompson, University of Western Australia (EIC at Journal of Hydrology)


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Anneliese Sytsma, Ph.D.

She/hers/her

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Civil and Environmental Engineering | Colorado School of Mines

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