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ACS ES&T water



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ACS ES&T Water is a high-quality specialist journal dedicated to water research and policy. This international, multidisciplinary journal publishes novel, high-impact, peer-reviewed research on all aspects of water quality, chemistry, treatment, protection, and sustainable use/reuse and supply. The Journal considers both marine and freshwater environments as well as water utilized for industrial and municipal applications. ACS ES&T Water's multi-disciplinary research focus also welcomes other water-related research fields. Manuscripts describing public policy and the underlying science utilized for decision making are also encouraged. Specific topics of interest may include (but are not limited to) the following areas:

  • Water quality and the transformation, transport and behavior of contaminants in aquatic environments (groundwater, surface water, snow/ice, precipitation, and marine water) and engineered systems
  • Water/wastewater treatment and innovative technologies, including biological, physical, chemical, and natural processes
  • Sustainable water supply, reuse, and integrated water resource management
  • Industrial water systems and process water treatment
  • Marine, estuarine and freshwater biogeochemistry and ecology
  • Direct and indirect impacts of climate change on water sustainability
  • Remediation and restoration of natural aquatic systems
  • Innovative technologies for water quality monitoring and spatial vulnerability assessments
  • Modelling groundwater, surface water and marine flow and contaminant fate and transport
  • Spatial data on global and local water supply and water quality monitoring data trends.
  • Water quality impacts on human and environmental health, including pathogen, chemical, and physical stressors
  • Risk assessment and regulatory frameworks
  • Life-cycle assessments and economic impact calculations, and social science implications

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