Journal of Flood Engineering
Published By : International Science Press
Frequency : Semi-Annual
ISSN : 0976-6219
EISSN : -
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Instructions to the Authors

Aims and Scope: The Journal of Flood Engineering (JFE) is the peer reviewed technical publication of research and novel practical studies on flood and related topics. The Journal accepts papers dealing with all aspects of flood engineering and applied sciences, streamflow quantity, quality and ecology modeling and statistics, river management and both social and health aspects of flooding. Examples of areas covered by the journal include, but are not restricted to:

Topics

-Hydrology of Extreme Floods
-Coastal Surge Flooding
-Climate Change
-Flood Hazard Management
-Flood Forecasting and Infiltration Modeling
-Flood Warning Techniques
-Disaster Recovery
-Human and Flood
-Land Use Management
-GIS and Flood Zoning
-Policy and Legislation
-Environment and Flood
-Snowmelt Flooding
-Rainwater Harvesting
-Health and Social Aspects of Flooding
-Economical Analysis
-Regionalization
-Geostatistics
-Flood Frequency Analysis
-Rainfall Runoff Modeling
-Flood Insurance
-Arctic Flood
-Urban Flood
-Flood Risk Analysis
-Flood Uncertainty
-Habitat Aspects of Flooding
-Sedimentation and Water Erossion
-Data Mining and Remote Sensing
-PMP and PMF Estimation
-Flood Control Structures
-Flood Case Studies
-River Engineering
-Floodplain Management
-Reservoir Optimization
-Flood Damages
-Flood Spreading
-Paleo-flood
-Flood Indices

Submission of manuscripts

Submission of electronic manuscripts (as PDF or Microsoft Word doc files) by e-mail is encouraged. The text, tables and figures in a manuscript are included in a single PDF or doc file. Keep the file at a size (normally less than 2 MB) suitable for sending by e-mail for reviewing. A cover letter should be in the e-mail message. Manuscripts should be sent by e-mail to:


Editor-in-chief:

Professor Saeid Eslamian,
IUT, TMU, University of New South Wales (Ph.D. Adviser: Emeritus Professor David H. Pilgrim), Former V. Professor of Princeton University.

Jflood.eng@gmail.com , eslamian@ndrd.org

Disclaimer
This publication contains information obtained from authentic and highly regarded sources. Reasonable effort has been made to publish reliable data and information, but the author and the publisher cannot assume responsibility for the validity of all materials or for the consequences of the use.

All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior permission, in writing, from the publisher or the author.

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