Water International

(The TQCC of Water International is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Water insecurity compounds the global coronavirus crisis35
COVID-19 and water resources management: reframing our priorities as a water sector30
The potential impact of water quality on the spread and control of COVID-19 in Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon29
Governing water insecurity: navigating indigenous water rights and regulatory politics in settler colonial states28
COVID-19 heightens water problems around the world25
Mercury pollution in Colombia: challenges to reduce the use of mercury in artisanal and small-scale gold mining in the light of the Minamata Convention21
Water and sanitation in Dhaka slums: access, quality, and informality in service provision17
The moral hazards of smart water management16
A review on implementing managed aquifer recharge in the Middle East and North Africa region: methods, progress and challenges15
COVID-19 ‘free water’ initiatives in the Global South: what does the Ghanaian case mean for equitable and sustainable water services?15
The impact of COVID-19 on water and food systems: flattening the much bigger curve ahead14
Exploring challenges in safe water availability and accessibility in preventing COVID-19 in refugee settlements14
Informal water vendors and the urban poor: evidence from a Nairobi slum14
Drivers of groundwater utilization in water-limited rice production systems in Nepal14
China’s water diplomacy in the Mekong: a paradigm shift and the role of Yunnan provincial government13
The challenges of reverse osmosis desalination: solutions in Jordan13
Transboundary waters, conflicts and international cooperation - examples of the La Plata basin13
Water: consumption, usage patterns, and residential infrastructure. A comparative analysis of three regions in the Lima metropolitan area12
Reconceptualization of the Transboundary Water Interaction Nexus (TWINS): approaches, opportunities and challenges11
Transboundary water diplomacy among small states: a giant dilemma for Central American regionalism11
Exploring water access in rural Kenya: narratives of social capital, gender inequalities and household water security in Kitui county11
Economy-wide assessment of potential long-term impacts of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on Sudan11
Autogestión and water sharing networks in Puerto Rico after Hurricane María10
Power in water diplomacy10
Unpacking wastewater reuse arrangements through a new framework: insights from the analysis of Egypt10
Water use characteristics and impact factors in the Yellow River basin, China9
Women and WASH in Nepal: a scoping review of existing literature9
A source-to-sea approach to emerging pollutants in freshwater and oceans: pharmaceuticals in the Baltic Sea region9
Exploring the future impacts of urbanization and climate change on groundwater in Arusha, Tanzania9
The devil’s in the details: data exchange in transboundary waters9
The role of irrigation associations and privatization policies in irrigation management in Turkey9
Knowledge, context and problemsheds: a critical realist method for interdisciplinary water studies9
Water research and nationalism in the post-truth era8
Institutional innovation and smart water management technologies in small-scale irrigation schemes in southern Africa8
Irrigation management transfer in sub-Saharan Africa: an analysis of policy implementation across scales8
Lesson learning in the Colorado River Basin8
A comparative analysis of urban and rural household water insecurity experiences during the 2011–17 drought in Ceará, Brazil7
Integrating spatial and social characteristics in the DPSIR framework for the sustainable management of river basins: case study of the Katari River Basin, Bolivia7
Measuring transboundary water cooperation within the framework of Agenda 2030: a proposal for a revision of SDG Indicator 6.5.27
A methodology to identify vulnerable transboundary aquifer hotspots for multi-scale groundwater management7
Energizing Mid–East water diplomacy: The potential for regional water–energy exchanges7
Rural water provision at the state-society interface in Latin America6
Preferences for water treatment provision in rural India: comparing communal, pay-per-use, and labour-for-water schemes6
Advancing urban water security: The urbanization of water–society relations and entry–points for political engagement6
Anticipating elite capture: the social devaluation of municipal tap water users in the Phoenix metropolitan area6
Land reclamation projects in the Egyptian Western Desert: management of 1.5 million acres of groundwater irrigation6
A multifaceted quantitative index for sustainability assessment of groundwater management: application for aquifers around Iran6
Integrated Smart Water Management of the sanitation system of the Greater Paris region6
Livelihood security enhancement though innovative water management in dryland India6
An adaptation pathways approach to water management and governance of tourist islands: the example of the Southern Aegean Region in Greece6
Achieving drinking water and sanitation related targets of SDG 6 at Shahidbug slum, Dhaka6
Water law and the response to COVID-195
A GIS-based solution for urban water management5
Drip irrigation as a socio-technical configuration: policy design and technological choice in Western India5
Success and sustainability of nutrient pollution reduction in the Danube River Basin: recovery and future protection of the Black Sea Northwest shelf5
When the river does not naturally flow: a case study of unsustainable management in the Tagus River (Spain)5
Community response to the provision of alternative water supplies: A focus on chronic kidney disease of unknown aetiology (CKDu) in rural Sri Lanka5
Evaluating the effectiveness of land and water integrative practices for achieving water sustainability within the Colorado River Basin: perceptions and indicators5
The effect of policy incoherence on the emergence of groundwater-related subsidence phenomena: a case study from Iran5
The practical challenges of achieving sustainable wetland agriculture in Nigeria’s Cross River basin5
Smart water management: can it improve accessibility and affordability of water for everyone?4
Building foundations for source-to-sea management: the case of sediment management in the Lake Hawassa sub-basin of the Ethiopian Rift Valley4
The implications of social and economic barriers to safe drinking water for municipal level policy in Ghana4
‘We were displaced several times since 1956’: the Tonga– Goba involuntary resettlement experiences at the Kariba Dam4
Contested baselines and transboundary water resources management, with illustrations from the Nile4
Fifty years of water research: has it made a difference?4
Non-conventional resources for the coming drought: the development of rainwater harvesting systems in a Mediterranean suburban area4
Ozymandias in the desert: irrigation in Saudi Arabia4
Water governance indicators in theory and practice: applying the OECD’s water governance indicators in the North American Great Lakes region4
A visualization tool for citizen-science marine debris big data3
Using innovative smart water management technologies to monitor water provision to refugees3
Promoting water conservation habits in shower use: review of water utility websites in OECD cities3
Persisting narratives undermine potential water scarcity solutions for informal areas of Mexico City: the case of two settlements in Xochimilco3
Untapping the sustainable water bank’s public financing for Dutch drinking water companies3
Smart Water Management: the way to (artificially) intelligent water management, or just another pretty name?3
SWM and urban water: Smart management for an absurd system?3
Binational reflections on pathways to groundwater security in the Mexico–United States borderlands3
Changing the development paradigm in African agricultural water management to resolve water and food challenges3
Community-of-interests across source-to-sea systems: an international law perspective3
Transparency, regional diversity, and capacity building: cornerstones for trust and engagement in good water governance3
When the virtual water runs out: local and global responses to addressing unsustainable groundwater consumption3
Climate change is increasing global salt pollution3
Mapping and navigating ontologies in water governance: the case of the Ganges3
Editors’ introduction to the IWRA Mentored Articles section3
Water wars, conflict and cooperation – how the virtual water concept helped change the discourse3
Environmental management in the Bohai and Baltic seas from a source-to-sea perspective: challenges and opportunities3
Agri-vector water: boosting rainfed agriculture with urban water allocation to support urban–rural linkages3
Power plus: Tony Allan’s contributions to understanding transboundary water arrangements3
The water–man eristic dialectics for sustainable hydro-governance3
Strategies for climate change adaptation: lessons learnt from long-term planning in the Netherlands and Bangladesh3
When the water runs dry: supporting adaptive governance in transboundary river basins3