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International Journal of Water Resources Development

Most Cited Article Collection

International Journal of Water Resources Development

International Journal of Water Resources Development is a policy and practice-oriented Journal that covers all aspects of water resources policy, management, development and governance. It is an interdisciplinary journal that focuses on water resources and their economic, financial, social and environmental-related impacts. 

Each year we select the most-cited article from International Journal of Water Resources Development of that year and make it free to access for a limited time. 

The winning articles from 2014 onward can be found below. Simply click on the article title to read it for free. 

 

 

2018 winner

This award is based upon 2017 citations in Web of Science to articles published in International Journal of Water Resources Development in 2017-2018.

Temperature and precipitation changes in the Midwestern United States: implications for water management

Pratik Pathak, Ajay Kalra & Sajjad Ahmad

2017 winner

This award is based upon 2017 citations in Web of Science to articles published in International Journal of Water Resources Development in 2015-2016.

Impact of climate change on the hydrological regime of the Indus, Ganges and Brahmaputra river basins: a review of the literature

Santosh Nepal & Arun Bhakta Shrestha

2016 winner

This award is based upon 2016 citations in Web of Science to articles published in International Journal of Water Resources Development in 2014-2015.

RM in Southern Africa

Lyla Mehta et al.

2015 winner

This award is based upon 2015 citations in Web of Science to articles published in International Journal of Water Resources Development in 2013-2014

From IWRM back to integrated water resources management

Mark Giordano & Tushaar Shah

2014 winner

This award is based upon 2014 citations in Web of Science to articles published in International Journal of Water Resources Development in 2012-2013

Economics of Agricultural Water Conservation: Empirical Analysis and Policy Implications

Macarena Dagnino & Frank A. Ward

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