JAWRA Editorial Board


Venkatesh Uddameri

Texas Tech University, USA

Managing Editor

Corrie Williams
Senior Manager Editor

Associate Editors

At Large
Kenneth J. Lanfear
U.S. Geological Survey (Retired), USA

Climate Change and Adaptation
Christina J. Kirchoff
University of Connecticut, USA

Disturbance Hydrology/Machine Learning
Dennis W. Hallema
North Carolina State University, USA

Lu Hao
Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China

Fluvial Processes
Faith A. Fitzpatrick
U.S. Geological Survey, USA

Freshwater Ecology

Laurie C. Alexander
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA

Geospatial Analysis

Sandra Fox
St. Johns River Water Management District, USA

GIS and Geocomputation Technologies
Barnali Dixon
University of South Florida, USA

Groundwater Hydrology

Rosario Sanchez
Texas A&M University, USA

Groundwater Hydrology/Solute Transport Modeling
Ryan Bailey
Colorado State University, USA


Iris T. Stewart
Santa Clara University, USA

Riparian Ecology and Management

Brian S. Caruso
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, USA

Statistics and Modeling
Daniel N. Moriasi
USDA Agricultural Research Service, USA

Surface Water Hydrology

Ryan Morrison
Colorado State University, USA

Surface Water Hydrology

Sopan D. Patil
Bangor University, United Kingdom

Water Commentaries and Literature Reviews

Stephen H. Schoenholtz
Virginia Tech, USA

Water Policy and Planning

Sarah P. Church
Montana State University, USA

Water Policy and Planning

Joanna Endter-Wada
Utah State University, USA

Water Quality

Daniel J. Sobota
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, USA

Water Quality Modeling

Laurie Boithias
Research Institute for Development, France

Water Resource Economics

Matthew T. Heberling
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA

Watershed Hydrology and Water Quality

Naresh Pai
Bayer U.S. Crop Science, USA

Watershed Modeling

Katrin Bieger
Texas A&M AgriLife Research, USA

Watershed and Wetlands Hydrology

Mark C. Rains
University of South Florida, USA

Watershed Processes and Modeling

Marcelo Ribeiro Viola
Federal University of Lavras, Brazil


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