Lake and Reservoir Management
Lake and Reservoir Management
Journal Title: Lake and Reservoir Management
ISSN: 1040-2381
ISSN Online: 2151-5530
Publication Frequency: 4 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: 2014 Impact Factor: 0.803
Ranking: 17/20 (Limnology), 80/102 (Marine & Freshwater Biology) and 63/83 (Water Resources)
2014 5-Year Impact Factor: 1.153
Ranking: 17/20 (Limnology), 79/102 (Marine & Freshwater Biology) and 62/79 (Water Resources)
©2014 Thomson Reuters, 2014 Journal Citation Reports® Lake and Reservoir Management (LRM) publishes original, previously unpublished studies relevant to lake and reservoir management. Papers address the management of lakes and reservoirs, their watersheds and tributaries, along with the limnology and ecology needed for sound management of these systems.Case studies that advance the science of lake management or confirm important management concepts are appropriate. Papers on economic, social, regulatory and policy aspects of lake management are also welcome with appropriate supporting data. Literature syntheses and papers developing a conceptual foundation of lake and watershed ecology will be considered for publication, but are not the primary focus of this journal. Shorter notes that add to an important and documented base of knowledge or that convey important early results of long-term studies will also be considered if the contribution is significant. All submissions are subject to peer review to assure uniformity and high quality in materials published by NALMS.

Typical areas of study addressed in LRM papers include:

Assessment of lake resources, uses, problems and threats Monitoring methods or programs and their implications for management Ecology and management of invasive species Evaluation of in-lake management approaches and impacts Evaluation of watershed-based management approaches and impacts Social and economic dimensions of lake management

LRM functions as a record of advances in lake management and a resource for lake managers, researchers and policy makers. Papers must demonstrate relevance to lake management, integrate findings with current knowledge, apply sound study design and data analysis, and convey an important message clearly and concisely.

If you have any questions or concerns about Lake and Reservoir Management, please email Editor-in-Chief Al Sosiak at Al.Sosiak@telus.net.
Subjects Covered & Scope: Agriculture & Environmental Sciences; Animal Ecology; Botany; Civil, Environmental and Geotechnical Engineering; Earth Sciences; Earth Sciences; Economics; Economics, Finance, Business & Industry; Engineering & Technology; Environment & Agriculture; Environment and Sustainability; Environmental Economics; Environmental Management; Environmental Sciences; Environmental Studies; Fisheries Science; Freshwater Biology; Hydrology; Micropalaeontology; Palaeontology; Plant Ecology; Pollution; Pollution Management; Resource Management - Environmental Studies; River Management; Taylor & Francis Collection; Water Engineering; Water Quality; Water Science; Zoology
Editor Board:

Editor-in-Chief

Al Sosiak
Sosiak Environmental Services
Al.Sosiak@telus.net

Associate Editors

Damian Adams - University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Michael Anderson - University of California Riverside, Riverside, CA
John-Mark Davies - Water Security Agency, Saskatoon, Canada
Andrew R. Dzialowski - Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK
Jennifer Graham - U.S. Geological Survey, Lawrence, KS
Irene Gregory-Eaves - McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
John Hains - Clemson University, Clemson , SC
Steven Heiskary - Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, St. Paul, MN
G. Chris Holdren - Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, CO
Alex J. Horne - University of California, El Cerrito, CA
Mark Hoyer - University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Jean Jacoby - Seattle University, Seattle, WA
R. Thomas James - South Florida Water Management District, West Palm Beach, FL
William James - University of Wisconsin, Menomonie, WI 
Martin H. Kelly - Southwest Florida Water Management District (retired), Brooksville, FL
Dörte Köster -  Hutchinson Environmental Sciences Ltd, Bracebridge, Canada
James Martin - Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS
Barry Moore - Washington State University, Pullman, WA
Andrew Paterson -  Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Dorset Environmental Science Center, Ontario, Canada
Francis Pick - University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
David Søballe - Engineer Research & Development Center, Vicksburg, MS
Todd Tietjen - Southern Nevada Water Authority, Las Vegas, NV
Ken Wagner - Water Resource Services, Wilbraham, MA
Frank M. Wilhlem  - University of Idaho, Moscow, ID

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