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Water presents a comprehensive overview of the industry including scientific, research and other technical papers, industry reports, news and happenings in a high quality magazine format. It keeps readers informed about developments in the water and wastewater industry both in Australia and overseas, with eight issues per year - March, April, May, July, August, September, November and December.
AWA members also have access to Water Journal archives online in our publications archive.
Download the Water Journal media kit with display advertisement rates, material specifications and deadlines.Short items for the general news section of the journal can be emailed to the Managing Editor.
All submissions of papers intended for the main body of the journal should be emailed to both the Technical Editor and the Managing Editor.
Submitted papers will be tabled at a monthly Journal Committee meeting where, if appropriate, it will be assigned to referees. Their comments will be passed back to the principal author. If accepted and after any comments have been dealt with, the final paper can be emailed with the text in MS Word but with high resolution graphics (300 dpi tiff, jpg or eps files - zip disks or CD accepted) in separate files. Hard copy photos and graphics suitable for scanning by the publisher can be mailed to -
Water Journal Images Australian Water Association PO Box 222 St Leonards NSW 1590
Authors should be mindful that Water Journal is published in a three column ‘magazine’ format rather than the full-page format of Word documents. Graphics should be set up so that they will still be clearly legible when reduced to two-column size (about 12cm wide). Tables and figures need to be numbered with the appropriate reference in the text e.g. see Figure 1, not just placed in the text with a reference as they may end up anywhere on the page when typeset.
Technical papers are abstracted by the major services in the USA, UK, Europe, Russia and Japan.