The journal has already proved to be a welcome addition to the academic community, publishing research that addresses the financial and economic dimensions affecting the use of water resources on an international scale.
To mark a first successful year for the journal, we invite you to read the Top 10 Downloaded Papers of 2013 for free online until 25th June 2014. This includes the top downloaded paper from 2013:
Water use restrictions or wastewater recycling? A Canadian willingness to pay study for reclaimed wastewater Diane P. Dupont
Visit the journal homepage to access the articles, or to discover how to submit your own paper to this journal.
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