Rivers provide drinking and irrigation water, serve as natural transportation infrastructure, and can offer power and resources for industry. All of which is in addition to supporting ecosystems and biodiversity, as well. This makes river water management a critical part of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6: Clean Water and Sanitation. Research on river water management can develop more efficient and effective ways to manage river water resources, deal with climate change’s impact on rivers, and more.
This hub serves as a central platform for hand-picked research focused on river water management, drawn from across Springer Nature. It features carefully chosen research from various journals, cross-journal article collections, special issues, books, and book chapters. You’ll also find information here on how to publish your own river water management research with Springer Nature, whether in a journal, a special collection, or as a book.