Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Water

Papers
(The TQCC of Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Water is 13. 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Challenges in modeling and predicting floods and droughts: A review99
A review of groundwater in high mountain environments94
Water and mental health90
Regionalization of hydrological modeling for predicting streamflow in ungauged catchments: A comprehensive review88
Beaver: Nature's ecosystem engineers82
Exposing the myths of household water insecurity in the global north: A critical review73
Machine learning for hydrologic sciences: An introductory overview72
Applications of Google Earth Engine in fluvial geomorphology for detecting river channel change67
Toward catchment hydro‐biogeochemical theories64
The benefits and negative impacts of citizen science applications to water as experienced by participants and communities64
Zero or not? Causes and consequences of zero‐flow stream gage readings63
Floods and the COVID‐19 pandemic—A new double hazard problem63
The toll of household water insecurity on health and human biology: Current understandings and future directions61
An overview of the hydrology of non‐perennial rivers and streams60
Sediment dynamics and implications for management: State of the science from long‐term research in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, USA57
A review of hydrologic signatures and their applications55
Management of stormwater pollution using green infrastructure: The role of rain gardens54
Managing floodplains using nature‐based solutions to support multiple ecosystem functions and services37
River ecosystem conceptual models and non‐perennial rivers: A critical review37
Historical development of rainfall‐runoff modeling37
Parameter estimation and uncertainty analysis in hydrological modeling36
Swimming alone? Why linking flood risk perception and behavior requires more than “it's the individual, stupid”36
A review of 80 assessment tools measuring water security36
Coping strategies for individual and household‐level water insecurity: A systematic review34
Water in war: Understanding the impacts of armed conflict on water resources and their management34
Revisiting global trends in freshwater insect biodiversity34
Operational and emerging capabilities for surface water flood forecasting33
Guidelines for cold‐regions groundwater numerical modeling32
Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: Perspectives for critical zone science and research on socio‐ecosystems32
Troubled waters: Maori values and ethics for freshwater management and New Zealand's fresh water crisis31
Copulas for hydroclimatic analysis: A practice‐oriented overview31
Green infrastructure: The future of urban flood risk management?30
Glacio‐hydrological model calibration and evaluation28
The shifting position of homeowners in flood resilience: From recipients to key‐stakeholders28
Colloid transport through soil and other porous media under transient flow conditions—A review27
Socio‐environmental confounders of safe water interventions27
Localizing resource insecurities: A biocultural perspective on water and wellbeing27
Participatory approaches in water research: A review26
On doing hydrology with dragons: Realizing the value of perceptual models and knowledge accumulation26
Updating intensity–duration–frequency curves for urban infrastructure design under a changing environment26
Greenhouse gas emissions associated with urban water infrastructure: What we have learnt from China's practice25
People need freshwater biodiversity24
The environmental flows implementation challenge: Insights and recommendations across water‐limited systems22
Baseflow and transmission loss: A review22
Perceptual perplexity and parameter parsimony21
Water insecurity and gender‐based violence: A global review of the evidence21
A review of public water infrastructure financing in the United States21
Impact of temporal precipitation variability on ecosystem productivity21
Aquatic ecosystem metabolism as a tool in environmental management20
Role of forested land for natural flood management in the UK: A review20
LéXPLORE: A floating laboratory on Lake Geneva offering unique lake research opportunities20
It's the product not the polymer: Rethinking plastic pollution20
Arctic wetland system dynamics under climate warming20
Solutions to the problem of drinking water service affordability: A review of the evidence20
COVID‐19 and water demand: A review of literature and research evidence19
The application of metacommunity theory to the management of riverine ecosystems19
“Tourism, water, and gender”—An international review of an unexplored nexus19
Microbial abundance and diversity investigations along rivers: Current knowledge and future directions19
Advancing hydrological process understanding from long‐term resistivity monitoring systems19
Water security in sub‐Saharan Africa: Understanding the status of sustainable development goal 618
Healthy waterways and ecologically sustainable cities in Beijing‐Tianjin‐Hebei urban agglomeration (northern China): Challenges and future directions18
Improving flood resilience through governance strategies: Gauging the state of the art18
Leveraging thewater‐energynexus to derive benefits for the electric grid throughdemand‐sidemanagement in the water supply and wastewater sectors17
Extreme precipitation events17
Predictive performance of ensemble hydroclimatic forecasts: Verification metrics, diagnostic plots and forecast attributes17
Water insecurity in the Global North: A review of experiences in U.S. colonias communities along the Mexico border16
Human impact and ecosystemic health at Lake Baikal16
A review of applications of fractional advection–dispersion equations for anomalous solute transport in surface and subsurface water16
Why do we have so many different hydrological models? A review based on the case of Switzerland16
Community water governance for urban water security in the Global South: Status, lessons, and prospects16
Paradoxes of financial schemes for resilient flood recovery of households16
“Unflushables”: Establishing a global agenda for action on everyday practices associated with sewer blockages, water quality, and plastic pollution15
Timescapes of Himalayan hydropower: Promises, project life cycles, and precarities15
Applied citizen science in freshwater research15
An assessment of technological development and applications of decentralized water reuse: A critical review and conceptual framework15
Remote monitoring of rural water systems: A pathway to improved performance and sustainability?15
Invertebrate zoogeomorphology: A review and conceptual framework for rivers15
The controversial debate on the role of water reservoirs in reducing water scarcity14
From individuals to communities: Habitat complexity affects all levels of organization in aquatic environments13
What is climate security? Framing risks around water, food, and migration in the Middle East and North Africa13
Outdoor microalgae‐based urban wastewater treatment: Recent advances, applications, and future perspectives13
Beaver: The North American freshwater climate action plan13
A little relief: Ecological functions and autogenesis of wetland microtopography13
Resocializing digital water transformations: Outlining social science perspectives on the digital water journey13
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