Open Access Surface runoff Journals

A list of Open Access Surface runoff journals for you to publish your manuscript in

Surface runoff is Flow of excess rainwater not infiltrating in the ground over its surface

Open Access journals publish research articles that are free to to view and download. The main difference between articles in open access journals and those in closed journals is the business model. Both types of articles have to undergo the same peer review process.

Our team made this list of Surface runoff Open Access journals with the aim to help you to decide where to publish your Surface runoff manuscript.
Our list includes all the high-impact factor Surface runoff journals as well as new journals. This should give you a better idea on where you should publish. Rather than displaying just the most relevant Surface runoff journals, we have made an in-depth list of all the open accesss Surface runoff journals. Use our different columns — number of papers, number of citations, and relevance — to find the best Surface runoff venue for your manuscript.

The DOAJ columns refers to the The Directory of Open Access Journals, a list of open access journals, maintained by Infrastructure Services for Open Access.
There are certain criteria a journal must meet to be indexed by DOAJ, and thus inclusion in the DOAJ index is seen by scholars as a mark of quality.

All the open access Surface runoff journals in this list are indexed in
If you spot any mistakes in this table of Surface runoff OA journals, don’t hesitate to send us an email.

Open Access Surface runoff Journals
NameISSNDOAJPublisherNo. of PapersCitationsRelevanceWebsite
Blue-green systems2617-4782IWA Publishing5634233.9Website
Journal of water management modeling2292-6062Computational Hydraulics International25732
Hydrology Research0029-1277IWA Publishing21062975030.4
International Soil and Water Conservation Research2095-6339Elsevier442736828.1Website
Hydrology2306-5338MDPI AG38078227.6Website
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences1027-5606503419533024.7Website
Journal of hydrology and meteorology1818-2518Nepal Journals Online3625522.2
Open Journal of Modern Hydrology2163-0461Scientific Research Publishing, Inc.15168221.9
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies2214-5818Elsevier1181948320.8Website
Journal of Water and Climate Change2040-2244IWA Publishing1017574120.6Website
Journal of hydrology2589-9155Elsevier9452220.2Website
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Open Access (OA)?
Open Access is the free online access of research articles coupled with the rights to use and distribute these articles fully in the digital environment.
What does “relevance” mean in the table?
It refers to the strength of association between this journal being listed and the concept, from 0-100. For example, the Journal Of Research In Mechanical Engineering has a relevance of “0” when listed under “Open Access Computer Science Journals” because it has no relevance to the field of Computer Science.
How do you count total number of citations?
The citations demonstrate how frequently publications from this journal are cited in other papers. We obtain this information via OpenAlex. Although the accuracy is questionable, it might nevertheless aid you in gaining an understanding of how prestigious a publication is overall.
Where can I find other lists like this one?
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How can I publish my paper on
Our aim at is to disseminate existing open access research papers. For this reason, we do not publish any papers. What we do is that once a paper has been published, we index it in so that more people can find and access a journal article.
What is an APC?
Authors usually have to pay a one-time Article Processing Charge (APC) to cover the costs of peer review, publishing, and dissemination of published papers in a given journal.
What are the different Open Access types?
Different open access types are commonly described using a colour system. The most commonly recognised names are “green”, “gold”, and “hybrid” open access; however, “bronze”, “black”, and “diamond” also exist.