Before looking at the list, I suggest you read the next two paragraphs on ASEO (Academic Search Engine Optimization), if you are not familiar with the concept in order to objectively evaluate your result lists of scholarly literature.
You might not have heard of ASEO; however you most likely have heard of Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
Jurn is a free-to-use online search tool for finding and downloading free full-text scholarly works.
In 2014 Jurn expanded beyond open access journals in the arts and humanities, to also index open journals in ecology, science, biomedical, business and economics. The Mendeley research catalog is a crowdsourced database of research documents.
SEO in simple terms is the different methods you can use to ensure the online visibility of a website or a webpage in a web search engine's unpaid results list.
The ultimate objective of the SEO process is to get a webpage ranked within the first ones listed on the search results page. SEO for academic articles is called "Academic Search Engine Optimization" (ASEO) and its purpose is the conception, publication, and formatting of scholarly literature in a way that makes the literature easier for academic search engines to crawl (identify) and index (catalogue and showcase).
hydraulics, hydrology, waterways, urban planning, cold regions ...
A full-text aggregation of more than 180 scientific journals publishing current research in Biodiversity Conservation, Biology, Ecology, Environmental Science, Entomology, Ornithology, Plant Science, and Zoology.
Scientific journal database contains currently over 2,500 journals from all over the world, including 700 journals from Poland.
IC's journal ranking system was criticized in 2013 by Jeffrey Beall because of the high proportion of predatory journals included in it and its suspect evaluation methodology; he characterized the resulting "IC Value" as "a pretty worthless measure".