Mine Water and the Environment (2018) 37:1–3 https://doi.org/10.1007/s10230-018-0516-2 EDITORIAL Bob Kleinmann Published online: 10 February 2018 © Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature 2018 Dear Readers, changed how we are posting out table of contents on the journal’s cover. As the number of papers in each issue kept increasing, the list of those papers became almost impossible to read, at least to my aging eyes. So, with this issue, we are starting to list the papers on the front cover and continu- ing the list on the back cover, allowing us to significantly increase the font size. This should make it easier to quickly spot the papers you want to read. Of course, you can easily access all of our papers on- line, many months before they appear in print, if you are a current member of IMWA. More information can be found at http://www.IMWA.info/assoc iatio ncode s, but the key is that you need to first register with Springer and thereafter type in your IMWA Association Code to get free access to all of these papers. You will receive your individual 2018 IMWA Association Code by e-mail shortly after you pay your 2018 dues, which, by the way,
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