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The Institute’s journal: Science, Water and Territories

Sciences, Water & Territories is Cemagref’s journal for knowledge transfer

Its objective is to provide clear and readable high-quality scientific and technical information which fuels the action process and/or the decision of various public and private stakeholders in the field of rural and environmental development.

The journal develops a link between research and action

It is intended as a useful tool in the decision-making process and a means of support during field work by diffusing structured information on action methodologies, summaries of technical or technological innovation and the latest developments in targeted research from an interdisciplinary standpoint in the fields covered by Cemagref and their partners.
The readership

The intended readership is an audience of engineers, managers and technical service executives at local authorities, decentralised State departments, technical institutes, technical and higher education establishments and businesses offering their support. In more general terms, this review addresses all actors and practitioners involved in the management of rural and peri-urban spaces, whether they are public or private in nature.
The areas covered

Science, Water & Territories is a knowledge transfer journal which positions itself between research and action. The review is intended as a useful tool in the decision-making process and a means of support during field work by diffusing structured information on action methodologies, summaries of technical or technological innovations and the latest developments in targeted research including regulatory and societal aspects in the areas covered by Cemagref such as:

  • water management;
  • rural development, agriculture and new rural areas;
  • the quality and ecology of aquatic and land systems;
  • the technologies and procedures concerning water and waste;
  • natural risks;
  • eco-technologies;
  • spatial planning (rural and peri-urban, legal and social aspects, etc.).

The editorial content

The journal’s objective is to provide clear and readable high-quality scientific and technical information which fuels the action process and/or the decision of various public and private stakeholders in the field of rural and environmental development.

The drafting of the journal therefore pays particular attention to the presentation of information so that it is understood by as many non-specialised readers as possible. It reserves the right to re-write the articles’ titles and texts in part or in full (in collaboration with the author).

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