How to Get Published in Groundwater (#858)
Presented on Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Gain invaluable insights and receive expert tips to help you get your research published during this 45-minute webinar presented by Groundwater® Editor-in-Chief Hendrik M. Haitjema, Ph.D., who will share his experiences with both successful and failed submissions.
Getting your research published in peer-reviewed literature is often challenging and frustrating. In the case of Groundwater, the lack of an apparent meritorious contribution to groundwater science and engineering is the main reason for manuscript rejection. However, there are steps you can take to avoid this scenario — not only regarding Groundwater, but peer-reviewed publications in general.
This webinar will cover topics such as how to:
• Organize your manuscript
• Clearly identify your research’s contribution to science
• Correctly place the “contribution to science” statement in both your communications and your manuscript.
Groundwate is, the leading international journal focused exclusively on groundwater, which is published six times a year by NGWA.
Hendrik Haitjema, Ph.D.
Groundwater, Bloomington, IN
Hendrik M. Haitjema, Ph.D., is the Editor-in-Chief of Groundwater. He joined Indiana University in 1984 where he served as a professor at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs until August 2012. He taught, among others, groundwater flow modeling and applied mathematics.
Haitjema has a specialization in groundwater hydrology. His research interests include both the development and application of mathematical models for regional groundwater flow systems, three-dimensional groundwater flow embedded in two-dimensional flow models (Dupuit-Forchheimer models), fresh and salt water interface flow, transit time distributions in watersheds, and the conjunctive modeling of surface water and groundwater flow.