PLOS Water Year in Review
2022 was a year of growth following the launch of PLOS Water. We published new and noteworthy research as we continue to build this home for water research. Discover journal updates, explore new offerings, and more below.
* Data sourced from Dimensions, as of December, 2022
** Mentions; Across web, social media, and news outlets worldwide. Data sourced from Altmetrics
In 2022, PLOS Water articles were referenced over 532 times by media outlets around the world. Explore articles that made the news:
- Over the weekend: Water stagnation and contaminant exceedances in a green office building
- A model-based prediction and analysis of seasonal and tidal influence on pollutants distribution from city outfalls of river Ganges in West Bengal, India and its mapping using GIS tool
- Modelling point-of-consumption residual chlorine in humanitarian response: Can cost-sensitive learning improve probabilistic forecasts?
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Read noteworthy papers from 2022:
- Advances on water quality modeling in burned areas: A review
- Impacts of temperature and hydraulic regime on discolouration and biofilm fouling in drinking water distribution systems
- The water industry and the decarbonisation of cities: A comprehensive review in the context of Cop26
- Water, sanitation, and women’s empowerment: A systematic review and qualitative metasynthesis
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