Most Read Articles from 2022 Most Read Articles from 2022

Last year IWA Publishing published over 1,700 research articles. Review some of the research that made waves in the water world in 2022!

The Council of Australian University Librarians and IWA Publishing announce new Read & Publish agreement The Council of Australian University Librarians and IWA Publishing announce new Read & Publish agreement

This partnership will boost open access publication of research from Australia and New Zealand.

VIVA Consortium and IWA Publishing announce new Read & Publish agreement VIVA Consortium and IWA Publishing announce new Read & Publish agreement

Partnership will boost open access publication of research from VIVA member institutions.

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Author Blog Post - Water Practice & Technology Author Blog Post - Water Practice & Technology

A new blog post from the authors of 'Numerical effect of seismic force on a medium arch dam', recently published in Water Practice & Technology. Milad Khatib summarises their paper, discussing the key features of the research and its implications.

Open Access Week 2022 Open Access Week 2022 "Open for Climate Justice" - blog by Nanco Dolman

For Open Access Week 2022, IWA Publishing reached out to Nanco Dolman, Editor for Journal of Water & Climate Change and leading expert in water resilient cities for his thoughts on this year's theme "Open for Climate Justice."

Water Science & Technology 50th Anniversary - Interview with Wolfgang Rauch Water Science & Technology 50th Anniversary - Interview with Wolfgang Rauch

As Water Science & Technology reaches its 50th anniversary, IWA Publishing spoke to Editor-in-Chief, Wolfgang Rauch at the World Water Congress & Exhibition 2022 to ask for his insights on the journal and its history.

Author Blog Post - Water Practice & Technology Author Blog Post - Water Practice & Technology

A new blog post from the authors of 'Runoff estimation using satellite images in sparsely gauged basins: a case of Nzoia River Basin, Kenya', recently published in Water Practice & Technology. Stephen Mureithi Kivuti summarises their paper, discussing the key features of the research and its implications.

 IWA Young Water Professionals: Spotlight Blog #10 IWA Young Water Professionals: Spotlight Blog #10

Our 10th Young Water Professional's Spotlight Blog comes from Dr. D. Gokul, who is a Research Scientist at the Water & Effluent Treatment IC and part of Larsen & Toubro Construction in India. Dr Gokul has recently been appointed as Strategic Advisor for the Young Water Professionals (YWP) Steering Committee.

Best Scientific Book Prize has been awarded Best Scientific Book Prize has been awarded

The Editorial Boards of IWA Publishing journals selected a shortlist of titles, published in the last two years, to put forward to the IWA community as potential recipients of the new "Best Scientific Book" prize. The prize was introduced by IWA Publishing's Books Commissioning Editor, Mark Hammond. And the winner is...!

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