Special Issue "Wetland Processes, Monitoring and Modeling for Design and Management"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 July 2023 | Viewed by 113
Interests: subsurface hydrology; hydrologic modeling; water quality; uncertainty estimation; ecohydrology
Interests: non-point source pollution modeling; land use/cover and climate change impacts on water quality/quantity; wetland hydrology and nutrient cycling
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Interests: urban drainage; water resources management; geoprocessing applied to water resources; wetlands; ecohydrology; hydrological and hydrodynamic modeling and green infrastructure techniques
Wetlands can be natural, low-lying, regularly inundated ecotones that emerge at the fringe of aquatic and upland terrestrial ecosystems, or engineered (constructed wetlands), which are widely used for water quality treatment, shallow aquifer recharge, flood control, etc. Even some of the low impact development (LID) practices in urban areas, such as rain gardens, swales, and green roofs, can be considered types of wetlands. Wetlands are recognized for the variety of ecosystem services they provide, such as water quality purification, carbon sequestration, habitat provision, and biodiversity maintenance.
This proposed Special Issue solicits research papers on wetland function modeling and monitoring to be published in Water. The scope of the Special Issue is on recent advances in basic and applied research leading to improved description of hydrology, hydrodynamics, water quality, and primary productivity in models of natural, restored, and constructed treatment wetlands, including some of the LID practices in urban areas that mimic the ecological function of wetlands. This includes research papers on improved physical, biochemical, and biomass processes of existing models and novel case-study model applications. Papers on carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions (CO2, CH4, and N2O) in inland freshwater and coastal saltwater wetlands are highly encouraged. Laboratory and field-scale studies aiming to elucidate the understanding of complex interactions among physical and biogeochemical processes, leading to the development of empirical relationships which promise improved wetland simulation models, are also encouraged. Research papers on modeling for the improved design of constructed and treatment wetlands are welcomed. Papers on model and method development or applications for scaling up wetland function and processes to the catchment scale using statistical and watershed models are also highly encouraged.
Dr. Mohamed M. Hantush
Dr. Latif Kalin
Dr. Rutineia Tassi
Manuscript Submission Information
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- groundwater-surface water interactions
- water quality
- carbon sequestration
- treatment wetlands
- primary productivity