Water Research and Management

Our 3rd Issue, Vol. 1

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Our third issue contains the following contributions: Groundwater in Bangladesh: Implications in a Climate-Changing World Edward McBean, Andrew deJong, Bahram Gharabaghi Managing Water Resources in Developing Countries: South Africa As An Example for Policy And Regulation Prvoslav Marjanović, Harmony Musiyarira, Chris Reynders
Comparison of the “Natural” and the Present Sediment Regime of the Danube River Marina Babić Mladenović, Vasiljka Kolarov, Vanja Damjanović and Predrag Radosavljević
Fate and Transport of Metals and Particulates within the Roadside Environment – A Review Cory D. Lancaster, Marc W. Beutel Indicative status assessment of the Velika Morava Rive based on aquatic macroinvertebrates Vanja Marković, Ana Atanacković, Bojana Tubić, Božica Vasiljević, Vladica Simić, Jelena Tomović, Vera Nikolić, Momir Paunović Multi-habitat sampling method for benthic macroinvertebrat communities in different river types in Bulgaria Svetoslav Cheshmedjiev, Rabia Soufi, Yanka Vidinova, Violeta Tyufekchieva, Ivanka Yaneva, Yordan Uzunov, Emilia Varadinova

Our 2nd Issue, Vol. 1



Our second issue contains the following contributions:

Integrated Tisza River Basin Management Plan
Marieke van Nood, Péter Kovács, Peter Whalley, Diana Heilmann, Miodrag Milovanović, Emilia Kunikova, Graziella Jula, Alexei Iarochevitc

FAO’s Water Programme - Coping with Water Scarcity
Jean-Marc Faurès and Radisav Pavlovic

Certain Implications of Oxic Conditions in Alluvial Groundwater
Milan Dimkić, Milenko Pušić, Brankica Majkić-Dursun, Vesna Obradović

Assessment of the Microbiological Quality of the River Tisa in Serbia
Stoimir Kolarević, Jelena Knežević-Vukčević, Momir Paunović, Zoran Gačić, Branka  Vuković-Gačić

Water Quality Assessment Based on the Macroinvertebrate Fauna - the Pcinja River Case Study

Slavevska-Stamenković Valentina, Paunović Momir, Miljanović Branko, Kostov Vasil, Ristovska Milica and Miteva Donka


Founding Initiative

The idea of establishing a scientific and professional journal under the auspices of the Serbian Water Pollution Control Society has been launched after the election of the current Steering committee (from the beginning of this year the Main Board) of the Society. At the last meeting of the Society's Assembly (June 2010) the idea is shown to the members present and has gained support.


It was concluded that there is a need for a quality journal that would include all aspects of research and water management.

Concept that covers a wide publicity, would enable the journal to start with a large number of papers, and to arouse interest of a wide readership. Various themes and potential users of different professions, can contribute to the high quality of published papers and citations of the journal.

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