Hydrology is a study of distribution, movement, and unique water content on earth and other planets, as well as the hydrological cycle, water resources, and sustainability of the environmental watershed. It is divided into hydrology of surface water, hydrogeology, marine hydrology, chemical hydrology, computer hydrology, isotope hydrology, and limnology. It addresses some areas such as hydrometeorology, hydrogeology, drainage basin management, surface hydrology, and water quality, where water plays a key role.
Jacobs Journal of Hydrology is an international, interdisciplinary, open access, peer-reviewed, hydrological journal. The journal covers all aspects of hydrology as well as snow and ice: groundwater, surface water, soil water, and atmospheric water. Submissions that advance the quantitative, qualitative, ecological, and hydrology management aspects are accepted for publication.
Aim and Scope:
The journal aims at the practical discipline of improving the human situation on earth and serving the scientific community and describing progress worldwide with information on international hydrology and water resources. It aims to collect quality data in the hydrology and water resources fields and all related aspects that would benefit academics who inculcate the spirit of new findings.
Original Research article, Review article, Clinical image, Case report, Short communication, Editorial, Letters to editors, etc.