Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Water

(The TQCC of Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-Water is 29. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Nutrients, eutrophication and harmful algal blooms along the freshwater to marine continuum279
Landslide hydrology: from hydrology to pore pressure160
Modeling plant–water interactions: an ecohydrological overview from the cell to the global scale138
Plastic debris in rivers113
Drones and digital photogrammetry: from classifications to continuums for monitoring river habitat and hydromorphology87
Wastewater irrigation: past, present, and future78
Understanding rivers and their social relations: A critical step to advance environmental water management77
Emerging methods for noninvasive sensing of soil moisture dynamics from field to catchment scale: a review75
Satellite remote sensing of large lakes and reservoirs: from elevation and area to storage69
Causative classification of river flood events65
From hillslope to stream: methods to investigate subsurface connectivity65
Interpreting historical, botanical, and geological evidence to aid preparations for future floods61
Water governance and justice in Cape Town: An overview61
Fluvial and aquatic applications of Structure from Motion photogrammetry and unmanned aerial vehicle/drone technology59
Commercial microwave link networks for rainfall observation: Assessment of the current status and future challenges58
Monitoring the riverine pulse: Applying high‐frequency nitrate data to advance integrative understanding of biogeochemical and hydrological processes57
Opportunistic remote sensing of rainfall using microwave links from cellular communication networks55
Drought: Progress in broadening its understanding52
The changing water cycle: The eco‐hydrologic impacts of forest density reduction in Mediterranean (seasonally dry) regions48
Savings and losses of global water resources in food‐related virtual water trade45
From toilet insecurity to toilet security: creating safe sanitation for women and girls45
Implementation of property‐level flood risk adaptation (PLFRA) measures: Choices and decisions44
Are catchments leaky?41
Physical and biological controls on fine sediment transport and storage in rivers40
Defining “water resilience”: Debates, concepts, approaches, and gaps40
Advancing our predictive understanding of river corridor exchange39
Gas exchange in streams and rivers39
Theory, tools, and multidisciplinary applications for tracing groundwater fluxes from temperature profiles39
Citizen science: from detecting pollution to evaluating ecological restoration35
Review of numerical solution of Richardson–Richards equation for variably saturated flow in soils33
Pan evaporation paradox and evaporative demand from the past to the future over China: a review32
Critical infrastructure and flood resilience: Cascading effects beyond water31
Sediment dynamics and implications for management: State of the science from long‐term research in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, USA30
On considering climate resilience in urban water security: A review of the vulnerability of the urban poor in sub‐Saharan Africa30
How landscape organization and scale shape catchment hydrology and biogeochemistry: insights from a long‐term catchment study29
Insights from the everyday: implications of reframing the governance of water supply and demand from ‘people’ to ‘practice’29
Rethinking water insecurity, inequality and infrastructure through an embodied urban political ecology29