RSS Feeds for Water Resources Journals

If you want to keep up with new journal publications, but don’t want to receive dozens of robo-email alerts every week, this post is for you. Go find an RSS reader of your choice and set up an account (some popular choices are The Old Reader, Feedly, and NewsBlur). Personally I use The Old Reader, but your mileage may vary. Feedly has a nice mobile app if that’s a requirement for you.


Once you set up your account, you can add subscriptions using the following list of links. These are sometimes hard to find depending on the publisher. If you want to add a journal that’s not listed here, searching Google for “<journal name> rss feed” is usually your best bet. Happy productivity!


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