Environmental Fluid Mechanics
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Aims and ScopeThe editors welcome reviews and original articles treating the atmosphere (on all spatial scales), surface water (wetlands, rivers, lakes, estuaries and oceans), groundwater (flow in saturated and unsaturated zones, contaminant dispersion), and laboratory simulations of natural flows (thermals, plumes, jets, etc.). In addition, the journal is a medium for the publication of studies on the interactions between natural fluid systems and their boundaries (ex. air-water surface exchanges, bottom sedimentation and resuspension) as well as interactions between fluids and their contents (ex. chemical and biological loads). Articles reporting observational, experimental, modeling and theoretical investigations are all appropriate.
Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA
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