Corporations have colluded to kill RSS feeds [1,2] because it is a consumer friendly open web standard that allows rapid consumption of material without being beholden to a(d)gorithms and constant distractions. Sadly, many websites even started hiding their RSS feeds in recent years. Though, recent reports suggest RSS is making a comeback! 
For my research work, I subscribe to these RSS feeds currently:
- Water Resources Research: https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/action/showFeed?jc=19447973&type=etoc&feed=rss
- Journal of Hydrology: http://rss.sciencedirect.com/publication/science/00221694
- Nature Climate Change: http://www.nature.com/nclimate/rss/latest_issue
- Journal of Hydrometeorology: https://journals.ametsoc.org/action/showFeed?type=etoc&feed=rss&jc=bams
- Environmental Modeling and Software: http://rss.sciencedirect.com/publication/science/13648152
- Hydrology and Earth System Sciences: http://hydrol-earth-syst-sci.net/xml/rss2_0.xml
I subscribe using http://www.inoreader.com/ (no affilitation), but you could use any RSS reader of your choice.
Let’s support open web standards.