Canadian Water Resources Journal

(The TQCC of Canadian Water Resources Journal is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
Current and future projections of glacier contribution to streamflow in the upper Athabasca River Basin14
Synthesis of science: findings on Canadian Prairie wetland drainage13
Using artificial neural networks to estimate snow water equivalent from snow depth8
Structural calibration of an semi-distributed hydrological model of the Liard River basin7
Climate change impacts on snow and streamflow drought regimes in four ecoregions of British Columbia7
Southern Quebec environmental flow assessments: spatial and temporal scales sensitivity6
Assessing climate change impacts on North American freshwater habitat of wild Atlantic salmon - urgent needs for collaborative research6
Subwatershed-based lake and river routing products for hydrologic and land surface models applied over Canada5
Unfolding ‘big’ problems of small water system performance: a qualitative study in British Columbia5
Using the ERA5 and ERA5-Land reanalysis datasets for river water temperature modelling in a data-scarce region5
Climate change effects on the thermal stratification of Lake Diefenbaker, a large multi-purpose reservoir5
Economic analysis of the controlled drainage with sub-irrigation system: a case study of grain-producing farms in Quebec and Ontario5
Impact of the spatial density of weather stations on the performance of distributed and lumped hydrological models5
Technical guidelines for future intensity–duration–frequency curve estimation in Canada4
Assessment of the ability of the standardized precipitation evapotranspiration index (SPEI) to model historical streamflow in watersheds of Western Canada3
Mid-21st century anthropogenic changes in extreme precipitation and snowpack projections over Newfoundland3
Current practices in private water well management in Rural Central Alberta3
Baseline geographic information on wildfire-watershed risk in Canada: needs, gaps, and opportunities3
How much are Canadians willing to pay for clean surface and ground water? A meta-analysis of the Canadian non-market valuation literature3
Analysis of Canada’s water use: tracing water flow from source to end use3
Automated surface water detection from space: a Canada-wide, open-source, automated, near-real time solution3
Ontario conservation authorities – end, evolve, interlude or epiphany?3
Comparative analysis of local and large-scale approaches to floodplain mapping: a case study of the Chaudière River2
Elevation-dependent warming of streams in mountainous regions: implications for temperature modeling and headwater climate refugia2
Spatial and temporal variability of the solar radiation heat flux in streams of a forested catchment2
Predicting water quality in Canada: mind the (data) gap2
New modeling paradigms for assessing future irrigation storage requirements: a case study of the Western irrigation district in Alberta2
Impacts des activités minières d’amiante sur l’évolution du lac à la Truite d’Irlande, région de Thetford Mines (Québec, Canada) Impacts of asbestos mining activities on the evolution of Lac à la Trui2
A quantitative analysis of drinking water advisories in Saskatchewan Indigenous and rural communities 2012–20162
Modeling of the thermal regime of rivers subject to seasonal ice cover using data from different sources and temporal resolutions2
Are temperature time series measured at hydrometric stations representative of the river’s thermal regime?2
Ensemble hydrological forecasts for reservoir management of the Shipshaw River catchment using limited data2
Spatio-temporal variation of benthic metabolism in a large, regulated river2
Development of an ice jam database and prediction tool for the Lower Red River2