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THEMES

Coastal and Maritime Hydraulics

Dam Hydraulics and Safety 

Computational Hydraulics and Turbulent flows

Water Resources and Climate Change

Fluvial Hydraulics and Waterway Navigation

Water Quality and Ecohydraulics

Watershed Hydrology and Management

Sediment Transport and Reservoir Sedimentation

Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Transport

Hydropower and Sustainable Energy

Urban Flooding and Drainage

Advances in Laboratory Measurements and Instrumentation

Field Measurements and Data Collection 

SPECIAL SESSIONS

Advances in Water Quality Prediction within Lentic and Lotic Waterbodies

 

Researchers and regulators often rely on models to simulate water quality conditions in water bodies in order to determine relative effects of land-use changes or to prescribe management approaches for water quality improvement. However, water quality variables are the result of complex relationships between climate, hydrology, biogeochemistry, and ecology. Predictive models must take these factors into consideration, while also considering interactions and non-linear relationships between variables. This session aims to highlight advances in water quality prediction technology with respect to lentic and lotic waterbodies. Presentations on new models or tools, development of predictive algorithms, case studies, or new applications of models and tools are desired.

 

 

                                 Organized by: Lindsey Yasarer PhD

                                 Water Quality and Ecology Research Unit

                                 USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory

                                 Oxford, MS USA

 

Advances in River Restoration Modeling

 

River renaturalisation and restoration projects can greatly benefit from computer modeling to develop and assess instream measures or direct modifications to channel form. This session welcomes contributions that present the latest advances in computer modeling of river renaturalisation and restoration efforts, such as natural bank profile design, river remeandering, reconnecting of former river sidearms, or the incorporation of large wood.

 

                                 Organized by: Eddy J. Langendoen PhD

                                 Research Hydraulic Engineer, Lead Scientist

                                 USDA-ARS, National Sedimentation Laboratory

                                 Oxford, MS USA

 

Groundwater Investigations at Local to Regional Scales to Support Sustainable Management of Critical Resources 

 

Groundwater supplies 70% of global freshwater withdrawals and 90% of consumptive water uses. In many regions groundwater is the preferred source of water due to its predictable availability, abundance and quality. This reliance has resulted in substantial declines in groundwater storage around the world. This session invites submissions addressing the exploration, characterization, modeling and sustainable management of regional groundwater resources.

 

                                 Organized by: J. R. Rigby PhD

                                 USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory 

                                 Oxford, MS USA