Water Science & Resources
Taylor & Francis
Find the right home for your research.
Working with society and association partners, Taylor & Francis publish water science journals which serve and amplify research communities across hydrology, hydraulic engineering, limnology, oceanography, water resources management, aquatic ecosystems and ecological subdisciplines.
The combined efforts of these journals can help bring us closer to meeting the UN targets for Sustainable Development Goal 6. These targets include clean and safe water for all, integrated water resources management and the protection and restoration of water-related ecosystems. Visit each journal to read its Aims & Scopes, how to submit, and more.
Journal of Freshwater Ecology
Reflecting the wide diversity of ecological subdisciplines and topics, including but not limited to physiological, population, community, and ecosystem ecology as well as biogeochemistry and ecohydrology of all types of freshwater systems
Promoting technological and scientific development on issues associated with water - continental and maritime - in Ibero-America
High quality papers on all aspects of applied phycology
Does your research cross disciplines?
All Life is a fully open access international multidisciplinary journal, focusing on publishing interdisciplinary research across the broad disciplines in life sciences.
We aim to break down siloed specialisms, bringing together all experts with a common goal to foster better collaboration and information sharing to promote quality research across the life sciences. All Life has a diverse audience, authors should ensure their findings are clearly presented and technical information clearly explained.
Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography
Dynamic meteorology, physical oceanography, data assimilation techniques, numerical weather prediction, climate dynamics and climate modelling
Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology
All aspects of atmospheric chemical cycling related to Earth science processes
Geology, Ecology, and Landscapes
Geology of the tropics and the related ecological changes that forms the base for new landscape formations in tropical regions