Journal History

2014 The inaugural issue is released.
2018 Indexed in Scopus and ESCI (Web of Science).
Hydrology launches the Travel Award project to support young researchers in this field.
2019 Hydrology announced the Travel Award 2019: Mr. Giovanny Mosquera.
Hydrology’s CiteScore (2018 Scopus data) was 2.02, equal to a rank of 60/91 (Q3) in the category “Water Resource”.
2020 The American Institute of Hydrology (AIH) was affiliated with Hydrology.
Hydrology announced the 2020 Best Paper Award: Dr. George Papaioannou.
Hydrology announced the 2019 Outstanding Reviewer Award: Dr. Henrique Momm.
Hydrology’s CiteScore (2019 Scopus data) was 3.2, equal to a rank of 50/94 (Q3) in the category “Water Resource”.
2021 The Japanese Society of Physical Hydrology (JSPH) becomes affiliated with Hydrology.
Hydrology announces the 2021 Travel Award winners, Dr. Georgia Papacharalampous and Dr. Mattei Alexandra.
Hydrology’s CiteScore (2020 Scopus data) is 3.4. Journal Rank: CiteScore - Q2 (Earth-Surface Processes).
Hydrology publishes its 500th paper in August.
Hydrology established the following sections:
  • Hydrological and Hydrodynamic Processes and Modelling;
  • Surface Waters and Groundwaters;
  • Hydrology–Climate Interactions;
  • Soil and Hydrology;
  • Water Resources and Risk Management;
  • Hydrology and Economics/Human Health;
  • Ecohydrology;
  • Marine Environment and Hydrology Interactions;
  • Hydrological Measurements and Instrumentation;
  • Statistical Hydrology.
2022 Hydrology adopted a monthly publication schedule.
Hydrology announced the fourth edition of the Travel Award.
Hydrology received its fourth CiteScore (2021) of 3.6, ranked Q2 in "Earth-Surface Processes".


2014–2018 Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Okke Batelaan
2018–2020 Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Bellie Sivakumar
2020–present Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Ezio Todini

Section Editor-in-Chief

2022–present Section Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Tommaso Caloiero for the section on Hydrology–Climate Interactions
2023–present Section Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Dr. Enda O'Connell for the section on Hydrological and Hydrodynamic Processes and Modelling
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