Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American Water Resources
Dr. Momcilo Markus has a wealth of expertise and significant experience in research, industry, academia, and government, dealing with water issues in Europe and in the United States. His current work includes hydroclimatic studies and evaluation of the hydrologic effects of climate change, such as nonstationary precipitation or changing riverine nutrient and sediment loadings. Formerly, Dr. Markus worked with the National Weather Service’s ensemble river forecasting system, FEMA flood insurance mapping program, and the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District's subalpine hydrologic modeling for municipal water supply. He is committed to increasing the uptake of open science practices in the water resources community, and advocates.
Journal Publishing Manager
Katie Dickinson is the Journal Publishing Manager at Wiley and manages the publishing operations of JAWRA. She has 9 years of academic publishing experience, with the last 5 years working on journals and society partnerships in Wiley’s Whole Organism Biology and the Food, Earth, & Environment portfolios. Prior to joining Wiley, Katie worked at Elsevier, supporting several journals within the Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Health Sciences portfolios.
Kylie Bade is the Managing Editor of JAWRA and has worked on the journal for the past two years. She oversees the daily operations of JAWRA and collaborates with editors, authors, and reviewers to facilitate the peer review process. She has worked in the Editorial Division of J&J Editorial as a Senior Managing Editor for four years and has experience managing various journals.
The JAWRA Author Workshop will provide insights into how to publish a paper from pre-submission through to production, instruct on the best practices for authors to increase the success and discoverability of their manuscripts, and conclude with an explanation around publishing open access and the benefits of publishing open access.
- Share the process of publishing a paper from submission to production.
- Provide Best Practices for pre-submission and post-publication.
- Explain Open Access and the benefits to authors around open research.
Webinar Recording & PDH Certificate
Included with your webinar registration is access to a recording of the program and a fillable certificate to self-report your Professional Development Hour (PDH)/Continuing Education Credit (CEU). Your certificate will be available to download and a link to the recording of this webinar will be sent within a week of the live program from [email protected]. The recording is exclusively for you, the registrant of the webinar. They are not to be shared or forwarded.