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Hydrological Sciences JournalTaylor & Francis

Editor in Chief: Attilio Castellarin
Co-Editors: Stacey Archfield & Aldo Fiori, Konstantinos Soulis & Riddhi Singh

Hydrological Sciences Journal
 provides a forum for original papers and discussion of significant developments in hydrological science and practice, and related disciplines.

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