Congress Resources: Papers, posters and presentations

2015201120082003

XVth World Water Congress, 25 - 29 May, Edinburgh, Scotland


Number of abstracts: 833
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WORLDWIDE ASSESSMENT OF TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS WITH A FOCUS ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENTGeert-Jan Nijsten, Laura del Val Alonso
WORKING WITH PRIVATE SECTOR STAKEHOLDERS TOWARDS WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE IMPLEMENTATIONKathy HUGHES (Woking, UK), Kathy Hughes
WHY INVESTING IN IRRIGATION WELLS? ANALYSIS FOR 6 INDIAN VILLAGESstijn speelman (gent, Belgium)
WHOLE LIFE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF SUSTAINABLE URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS IN DUNFERMLINE, SCOTLANDKate Heal, Daniel Wolf, Alison Duffy
WHICH WAY WATER SECURITY? A SYSTEMATIC MAP OF KNOWLEDGE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS FOR WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN UNLOCKING PRO-POOR AND SUSTAINABLE GROWTH. Nicholas Hepworth (Edinburgh, UK), Virginia Hooper, Denis Hellebrandt, Bruce Lankford
WFD: IS IT WORKING? IS IT WORTH IT? HOW DO WE KNOW? - A SCOTTISH PERSPECTIVE
WATER USE AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT UNDER SOCIETAL AND CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS IN MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIESConsuelo Varela-Ortega, Paloma Esteve, Irene Blanco-Gutiérrez
WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION, AS AN INDICATOR OF SUSTAINABILITY IN TWO CASE STUDIES: ABU MINQAR OASIS (EGYPT) AND EL ALBERTO (MEXICO)
WATER SUPPLY AND DEMAND - GLOBAL CHALLENGES FOR WATER GOVERNANCEKenny Milligan (Edinburgh, UK)
WATER STRESS ASSESSMENT BY 2050 UNDER HUMAN AND CLIMATE CHANGESJulie Fabre, Denis Ruelland, Alain Dezetter, Benjamin Grouillet
WATER STRESS AS EXPERIENCED BY THREE TYPES OF COMMUNITIES SURROUNDING THE SAGUDIN-BALILI RIVER SYSTEM, CORDILLERA HIGHLANDS, NORTHERN PHILIPPINESMaria Consuelo Doble (Baguio City, Philippines), Jessica Carino, Corazon Abansi
WATER STRESS AND ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND TO DESERTIFICATION: CASE OF LONG TERM PROJECT IN THE MARRAKECH REGION MOROCCO Said ADIL (RABAT, Morocco), Said ADIL
WATER STEWARDSHIP BY GOVERNMENTS, THE PRIVATE SECTOR, AND CIVIL SOCIETYMalcolm Gander (Bainbridge island, USA), Malcolm Gander
WATER SOFT PATHS: A DEMAND-BASED APPROACH FOR LONG-TERM PLANNINGDavid Brooks (Ottawa, Canada)
WATER SHORTAGE AND ABANDONED DAMS OF ANKARA SAHNAZ TIGREK, Hasan Akyar
WATER SECURITY: CONCEPT, MEASUREMENT, OPERATIONALIZATION AND APPLICATION IN ARID NORTHWEST CHINA Chansheng He (Kalamazoo, USA), Lanhui Zhang, Xifeng Zhang, Jie Tian, Xin Jin, Jinlin LI
WATER SECURITY, DEVELOPMENT AND PROSPERITYBenedito Braga President, World Water Council
WATER SCARCITY & DROUGHTS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: THE SPECIAL CASE OF THE TAJO-SEGURA AQUADUCT IN SPAINMaria Milanes Murcia (Murcia, Spain)
WATER SCARCITY & DROUGHTS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: THE SPECIAL CASE OF THE AQUADUCT TAJO-SEGURA IN SPAIN
WATER RESOURCES SECURITY ASSESSMENT OF CHINAShaofeng Jia (Beijing, China, Peoples Republic)
WATER RESOURCES AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN BRAZIL: A MULTISCALE APPROACH TO ADAPTATION FROM CLIMATE AND HYDROLOGICAL SCENARIOS FROM 2011-2040Bruno Carvalho (Brasil, Brazil), Geraldo Goes, Priscilla Santos
WATER RESOURCE PLANNING CHALLENGES IN A HYDRO NATIONSimon Fuller (Edinburgh, UK), Elaine Hutchison
WATER REGULATION – THE ITALIAN CASE AND THE EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE (WAREG)Alberto Biancardi
WATER QUALITY INDEX FOR GROUNDWATER ON DAIRY FARMS IN CENTRAL SOUTH AFRICA Leana Esterhuizen (Bloemfontein), Annabel Fossey
WATER QUALITY IN THE WETLAND LA CONEJERA, COLOMBIA SARA AVILA DE NAVIA (BOGOTA, DC, Colombia), SANDRA MONICA ESTUPIi‘AN TORRES
WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT USING RS AND GIS , SOME PARTS OF INDIAJayaraju Nadimikeri (Kadapa, India), Jayaraju Nadimikeri
WATER PUBLIC INNOVATION PROCUREMENT POLICIES (WATER PIPP)Francois Touchais (Limoges, France), Francois Touchais
WATER PRICING FOR SLUM DWELLERS IN DHAKA METROPOLITAN AREA: IS IT AFFORDABLE?Muhammad Mizanur Rahaman, Tahmid Saif Ahmed, Abdullah Al Hadi
WATER POTENTIAL AND PLANNING OF BROOK SARINI BASINHalil GiœNEK (Elazığ, Turkey)
WATER MANAGERS' PERSPECTIVE ON RESERVOIR OPERATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE IRRIGATION IN ALBERTAMarie-iˆve Jean, Evan G. R. Davies
WATER MANAGERS' PERSPECTIVE ON RESERVOIR MANAGEMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE IRRIGATION IN ALBERTA
WATER MANAGEMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND THE USE OF DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS. , Leo Lentsch (Georgetown, USA), Amy Rucker
WATER MANAGEMENT IN THE ARAB AND ISLAMIC COUNTRIES AND THE RE-USE OF ABLUTION WATER IN MOSQUESAlaa Abdullah (kirkuk, Iraq)
WATER MANAGEMENT IN MINERAL PROCESSING PLANTS CASE STUDY: SOMAIR MINING COMPANY-NIGER KANO Namata (NIAMEY, Niger), KANO Namata, HAMA Abdou
WATER MANAGEMENT IN EAST: IS IT MANAGEMENT OF RIVER BASIN OR OF IRRIGATION SYSTEM?Yusup Rysbekov (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)
WATER MANAGEMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING INTEGRATION WITH MULTI CRITERIA ANALYSIS (MCA) MODELINGHomero Castanier (Quito, Ecuador)
WATER LAWS IN PORTUGAL (1919 AND 2005): THE CHALLENGE OF INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT Evelyn Zucco, Francisco Costa
WATER INFRASTRUCTURE AND FOOD SECURITY LINKAGES IN THE BLUE NILE BASIN REGION OF ETHIOPIATesfaye Tafesse (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
WATER GRABBING IN THE BLUE NILE RIVER BASIN: A FOCUS ON ETHIOPIAEva Crego Liz (Vancouver, Canada)
WATER GOVERNANCE REFORM IN THE CONTEXT OF INEQUALITY: SECURING RIGHTS OR LEGITIMISING DISPOSSESSION?Helle Munk Ravnborg
WATER GOVERNANCE AS CONNECTIVE CAPACITYProf.dr. Jurian Edelenbos
WATER GOVERNANCE - AN OLD WINE IN A NEW BOTTLE?Aditi Raina (Singapore, Singapore)
WATER FOR ALL: THE CASE AGAINST THE COMMODIFICATION OF HUMAN RIGHTSManuel Branco (i‰vora, Portugal), Pedro Henriques
WATER FOOTPRINT AND ITS APPLICATION IN AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT Wu
WATER ECOSYSTEM SERVICES - THE INTERFACE WITH HUMAN RIGHTSStephen Turner (Lincoln, UK), Stephen Turner
WATER CONSUMPTION AND DIRECT ENERGY USE IN THE IRISH DAIRY PROCESSING INDUSTRYWilliam Finnegan (Galway, Ireland), Jamie Goggins, Eoghan Clifford, Xinmin Zhan
WATER CONSERVATION WITH NOVEL APPLICATION OF FAULT DETECTION DIAGNOSTICS (FDD) APPLIED TO A RAIN WATER HARVESTING SYSTEM IN IRELANDNiall Chambers, Eoghan Clifford, Marcus Keane, Daniel Coakley
WATER CHALLENGES IN THE IGAD REGION: TOWARDS NEW LEGAL FRAMEWORKS FOR COOPERATIONMarcella Nanni (Bologna, Italy)
WATER AND WELLBEING: IS THERE A LINK?Jonathan Chenoweth (Guildford, UK), Alma Lopez-Aviles, Stephen Morse, Angela Druckman
WATER AND FOOD SECURITY: EMERGING POLICY ISSUESProf Per Pinstrup-Andersen
WATER ANALYTICS- THE EVIDENCE CHAIN FROM MEASUREMENT TO MODEL TO DECISIONMarian Scott, Claire Miller, Ruth O'Donnell, Kelly Gallacher, Amira Elayouty 1, Maria Franco Villoria, Francesco Finazzi
WATER ALLOCATION TOWARDS CONSTRUCTIVE ENGAGEMENT ALONG THE JORDAN RIVER BASINMuatsem El-Fadel, Rola Quba'a, Ibrahim Alameddine, Majdi Abou Najm
WATER AFFORDABILITY AND REDUCING POVERTY IN POST- CONFLICT ANGOLAAllan Cain
WATER ACCESSIBILITY AT HOUSEHOLD LEVELS IN ZAMBIAEmmanuel Sachikumba (chingola), Emmanuel Sachikumba
WATER ABSTRACTION DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES FOR DELIVERING NET BEST SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS -- ARE WE ON THE RIGHT TRACK, AND CAN WE GET IT RIGHT UNDER FUTURE PRESSURES AND RColin Fenn (Woking, UK)
WASTEWATER QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS AS AFFECTED BY INDUSTRIAL DISCHARGES, ITS EXTENT FOR ENVIRONMENTAMESFIN DESTA (ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia), MESFIN KEBEDE DESTA
WASTEWATER BIOREMEDIATION FROM FILAMENTOUS ALGAEMichael Ross, Andrea J C Semiao, Michele Stanley, John Day
VULNERABILITY OF URBAN DRAINAGE NETWORKS TO SPATIO-TEMPORAL RAINFALL VARIABILITY: A CASE STUDY IN SEOUL, SOUTH KOREAYongwon Seo, Son Kwang Ik
VISUALIZING AND ANALYZING TIME-SERIES DATA USING A RASTER TIME MAP APPROACHRichard Koehler (Erie, CO, USA)
VIRTUAL WATER TRADE IN A DRYLAND -- THE CASE OF QATARSayeed Mohammed (Doha, Qatar), Sayeed Mohammed
VIRTUAL WATER AND FOOD SECURITY IN THE WORLD'S LARGEST FRESHWATER SYSTEMJenny Kehl, Melissa Scanlan
VARIABILITY OF CLIMATIC ELEMENTS IN NIGERIA OVER RECENT 100 YEARSTAIRU SALAMI (LAGOS)
VALUING WATER QUALITY CHANGES WITHIN A WATER QUALITY LADDER FRAMEWORKDiane Dupont (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada), Asit Mazumder, James Price, Steve Puglia, Steven Renzetti, John Zhu
VALUATION OF THE ECOSYSTEM SERVICES PROVIDED BY NATURAL LOOKING SUSTAINABLE URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS (SUDS).
VALUATION OF THE ECOSYSTEM SERVICES PROVIDED BY NATURAL LOOKING SUSTAINABLE URBAN DRAINAGE SYSTEMS (SUDS).Joy Jarvie, Scott Arthur, Lindsay Beevers
UTILITY ALCHEMY: IMPROVING REVENUE WHILE SAVING WATERGraham Symmonds (Phoenix, USA)
USING THE WATER DIPLOMACY FRAMEWORK TO ADDRESS INCREASINGLY COMPLEX CHALLENGES WITHIN THE AGREEMENTS ENTERED INTO DURING SIMPLER TIMES Margaret Vick (Tempe, USA)
USING PUMP AS TURBINE IN URBAN WATER NETWORKS TO CONTROL, MONITOR AND SIMULATE WATER PROCESSES REMOTELYMorteza Ahmadifar (Tehran, Iran), Sarah Bahari Derakhshan
USING FORUM THEATRE TO BREAK DOWN THE MYTHS IN INTER-BASIN WATER CONFLICT Eshan Tavakoli-Nabavi (Canberra, Australia)
USING COMMUNITY PRESCRIBED DRUG DATA TO PREDICT EMERGING POLLUTANTSMoyra McNaughtan, John MacLachlan, Joanne Roberts
USE OF GROUNDWATER MODEL TO STUDY THE INTERACTION OF COASTAL AQUACULTURE AND IRRIGATION PRACTICES ON GROUNDWATER VULNERABILITYSaravanan Ramasamy, Balamurugan Ramasubb, Karthikeyan M Sampth
USE OF ALTERNATIVE WATER SOURCES BASED ON A RAINWATER IN THE MULTI-DWELING URBAN BUILDING 2030 MONIKA LIPSKAMonika Lipska (Warsaw, Poland)
URBAN WATER QUALITY IN EMERGING URBAN CENTRES: CASE STUDIES FROM NIGERIAN AS A DEVELOPING COUNTRY. AKUDINOBI, BERNARD ENEFEANYA BENEDICT, OKOYE IFEYINWA JANE, AND EFUGHI, GODSWILL UDOCHUKWU; DEPARTME
URBAN WATER QUALITY IN EMERGING URBAN CENTRES: CASE STUDIES FROM NIGERIA . Akudinobi Enefeanya (Awka-Anambra state, Nigeria)
URBAN FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT: TOWARDS A HOLISTIC APPROACH -- THE CONCEPTUALISATIONRobert Bertsch, Vedrana Kutija, Vassilis Glenis, Dawn Lochhead, Mark Haffey
URBAN FLASH FLOOD MODELLING OF A COASTAL MEGACITY CONSIDERING TIDAL EFFECT -- A CASE STUDY OF MUMBAISubhankar Karmakar, Sherly MA, Terence Chan, Christian Rau
UPSIDE DOWN & INSIDE OUT: A LOOK AT THE SOUTH ASIA WATER INITIATIVEPaula Hanasz (Blacktown, Australia)
UNINTENDED WATER ALLOCATION - GAINING SHARE FROM THE UNGOVERNED SPACES OF LAND AND WATER TRANSFORMATIONS
UNDERSTANDING STAKEHOLDERS' PERCEPTIONS OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL FLOWKate Reilly, Jan Adamowski
UNDERSTANDING ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY FOR EFFECTIVE WATER MANAGEMENT: THE CASE OF WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION IN MALTA.Francesca Xerri, Paul Jeffrey, Heather Smith
UNDERGROUND WATER MANAGEMENT IN BRAZILMARIA LUIZA MACHADO GRANZIERA, BEATRIZ MACHADO GRANZIERA
TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS IN WATER RESOURCES LEGISLATION REVISITEDStefano Burchi (Rome, Italy)
TRANSLATING RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES: EXAMINING ACCOUNTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR CORPORATE ENGAGEMENT WITH WATER. Shona Russell
TRANSLATING RESEARCH INTO PRACTICE: DEVELOPING TRANSITIONING TOOLS FOR URBAN STORMWATER MANAGEMENT IN MEDITERRANEAN CITIESRebecca Wade, Ignacio Andrés-Doménech, Ignacio Escuder-Bueno, Sara Perales-Momparler, Adrián Morales-Torres.
TRANSITION OF IRRIGATION GOVERNANCE IN SOUTHERN TURKEYHironori Hamasaki (Nagasaki, Japan), Ufuk Gultekin
TRANSDISCIPLINARY BRIDGES TO WATERSHED SCIENCE AND HUMAN SYSTEMS IN TEXAS, USAThomas Arsuffi (Junction, USA)
TRANSBOUNDARY WATERS AND ECOSYSTEMS: OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVED COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE Juan Carlos Sanchez (Dundee, UK)
TRANSBOUNDARY WATER ISSUES IN THE SOUTH CAUCASUS IN THE CONTEXT OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Adishirin Alakbarov (Baku, Azerbadijan), Kelbiyev Yashar , Mammadova Jeyhuna
TRANSBOUNDARY WATER GOVERNANCE IN SOUTH ASIA: TRANSPARENCY AND ACCESS TO INFORMATION RITWICK DUTTA, LALANATH DE SILVA AND CAROLE EXCELL Ritwick Dutta, Lalanath de Silva, Carole Excell
TRANSBOUNDARY GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT: THE GUARANI AQUIFER SYSTEMManohar Patole (Brooklyn, USA)
TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFER MANAGEMENT: DOES ONE SIZE FIT ALL?Renee Martin-Nagle (Washington DC, USA)
TRANSACTION COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH WATER POLICIES IN THE OLIFANTS BASIN OF SOUTH AFRICAGeorgina Njiraini
TRANS BOUNDARY BASINS CO-OPERATION FOR STRENGTHENING WATER FLOW : A CASE STUDY FROM INDIA S Sharma (Dehradun, India)
TRADITIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE, MODERN FLOWS: WATER GOVERNANCE IN THE KATHMANDU VALLEYOlivia Molden (Eugene OR, USA), Nicholas Griffin, Aditi Mukherji
TRADITIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE, MODERN FLOWSOlivia Molden (Eugene, USA), David Molden, Aditi Mukherji, Nicholas Griffin
TRADE-OFF BETWEEN WATER LOSS AND WATER INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT: A COST MINIMIZATION APPROACHElissa Cousin
TOXICITY AND FATE OF INORGANIC NANOPARTICLES IN WASTEWATERS: A POTENTIAL RISK TO WASTEWATER SYSTEMS?FLORIAN MALLEVRE, Camille Alba, Craig Milne, Simon Gillespie, Thomas Aspray, Teresa Fernandes
TOWARDS IMPROVED SANITATION IN PERI-URBAN AREAS - RESULTS OF A CASE STUDY ON PARTICIPATORY SANITATION PLANNING IN THE CITY OF DARKHAN, MONGOLIAKatja Sigel (Leipzig, Germany)
TOWARDS ESTABLISHING WATER MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE SYSTEM IN CENTRAL ASIA Viktor Dukhovny, Dinara Ziganshina, Iskander Beglov
TOWARDS AN INTERDISCIPLINARY INTEGRATED APPROACH OF HYDROLOGICAL RISK AND VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT FOR ANDEAN SOCIO-ECOSYSTEMS Vladimir Gil Ramón (Lima, Peru)
TOWARDS A WATER-EFFICIENT EUROPE: CAN SERVICIZING BUSINESS MODELS AND POLICIES HELP TO PROMOTE GREYWATER RECYCLING AND RAINWATER HARVESTING AT HOUSEHOLD LEVEL? Alma Lopez-Aviles (GUILDFORD, UK), Jonathan Chenoweth, Angela Druckman, Steven Morse
TOWARDS A GREEN ENERGY IN A GREEN ECONOMY: KENGENS TREE PLANTING PERSPECTIVES IN THE MAU FOREST WATER TOWER, KENYA LYDIA GATHUKU (KISUMU, Kenya), LYDIA GATHUKU
TO THE QUESTION ON ACCURACY OF TRANSLATION OF LEGAL TERMS TO OTHER LANGUAGESAvazbek Rysbekov (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)
TO MEASURE THE WATER POVERTY INDEX TO PROVIDE THE SUSTAINABLE WASH SERVICES TO VULNERABLE COMMUNITY IN URBAN SLUM OF GADAP TOWN KARACHI PAKISTAN.Rubina Jaffri (Karachi, Pakistan), Ghulam Mustafa, Tanveer Ahmed
TO MEASURE THE WATER POVERTY INDEX IN URBAN SLUM OF GADAP TOWN KARACHIRubina Jaffri (City)
TIPPING POINTS AND DIVERGENT PATHS: WATER STRATEGIES IN HONG KONG AND SINGAPOREJames E. Nickum, Y. S. Frederick Lee
TIO2-MEDIATED PHOTOCATALYTIC DEGRADATION OF GREYWATERTheodora Velegraki (Thessaloniki, Greece), Sophia Tsoumachidou, Ioannis Poulios
THEORY AND PRACTICE OF THE HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER IN INDIAKanupriya Harish (Jaipur, India), Aishwarya Chattopadhyay
THE WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE: ASSESSING AND EVALUATING PROGRESS, AND REFLECTIONS ON WHERE DO WE GO NOW? -- A SCOTTISH PERSPECTIVE.Campbell Gemmell (Stirling, UK), Campbell Gemmell, Marian Scott, Roger Owen
THE WATER FOOD ENERGY NEXUSSCOTT O. MCKENZIE
THE U.N. WATERCOURSE CONVENTION AND TECHNOLOGICAL GOVERNANCERhett Larson (Tempe, USA)
THE THEATRE'S ROLE IN WATER POLLUTION MITIGATION: THE GAINS AND CHALLENGES OF AN EXPERIMENT IN RURAL NIGERIAOfonime Inyang (Pretoria)
THE STATES' RESPONSE TO THE INTERNATIONAL ENCOURAGEMENT TO CELEBRATE TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS AGREEMENTSLaura Movilla
THE SOLAR CYCLE OR EL NIñO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION (ENSO) AS A CRITERION FOR THE DEFINITION OF PUBLIC POLICIESJuan Rodrí­guez, Gerardo Zavala
THE ROLE OF WATER PRICING IN AGRICULTURAL WATER DEMAND: TWO DUTCH CASE STUDIES Vincent Linderhof (The Hague, Netherlands), Rolf Michels, Nico Polman
THE ROLE OF THE HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER IN POST-CONFLICT PEACE-BUILDINGClaire Breen (Hamilton, New Zealand)
THE ROLE OF TAXATION POLICY IN INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (CASE OF EUPHRATES & TIGRIS RIVERS)OUS HAIDAR
THE ROLE OF CITIZEN EDUCATION FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN WATER GOVERNANCE IN SSA: A CASE STUDY Obinna Uguru (Glasgow, UK), Anita Meldrum
THE ROLE OF AGRICULTURE, WATER, SANITATION, HYGIENE (AG-WATSAN) NEXUS ON HEALTH: SYNERGIES AND TRADE-OFFS IN RURAL BANGLADESHMohammad Monirul Hasan (Bonn, Germany)
THE RIGHT TO WATER AND CRITERIA FOR ACCESS HURDLES - AN INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMIC SUPPORT OF THE POST-2015 AGENDA Wolfgang Bretschneider, Erik Gawel
THE REMOVAL OF PHARMACEUTICALS FROM WASTEWATER BY ANAEROBIC DIGESTION Kaitlin Ramsay, Ole Pahl, Moyra McNaughtan, Colin Hunter
THE PPP TRANSACTION STRUCTURE/FINANCE OPTION IN WATER SERVICE DELIVERY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.Adedayo Mark-Adeyemi (Abakaliki, Nigeria)
THE PERSISTENT PROBLEM OF LACK OF ACCESS TO WATER IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: THE CASE OF NIGERIAObinna Uguru (Glasgow, UK), Anita Meldrum
THE PARADIGM SHIFT: FROM RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TO URBAN WATER MANAGEMENTBurcu YAZICI (&#;STANBUL, Turkey)
THE PAPER AIMS TO STUDY VALUES AROUND WATER GOVERNANCE COVERING TWO DIMENSIONS: ON THE ONE HAND, IT IS IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND HOW DIFFERENT STAKEHOLDER GROUPS ASSIGN VALUES TO WATER RESOURCES IN THE AREAChristopher Schulz (Edinburgh, UK)
THE NEW WATER SUPPLY OF THE BAKU CITY -- THE HYDRO GEOLOGICAL PARTICULARITIES AND EXPLOITATION SPECIALTIES OF OGUZ GROUND-WATER FIELD Elkin Rustamov (Baku, Azerbadijan)
THE MOORS FLOW REGULATOR THE MOORS ARE FLOW REGULATORS, HAVE DECREASED THEIR HISTORICAL SURFACE BY AT LEAST 30 % BY SEVERAL FACTORS. PARAMOS AREAS FOR RESERVATION OF WATER RESOURCESCarlos Villarreal Sánchez (Quito, Ecuador), Carlos Alberto Villarreal Sánchez
THE MAİN CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF DRINKING WATER SUPPLY, SEWERAGE, STORMWATER WASTEWATER MASTER PLAN OF ABSHERON PENINSULAGorkhmaz Huseynov (Baku, Azerbadijan)
THE LINKS BETWEEN ENERGY, FOOD AND WATER FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE ALLURI NAGAVARMA
THE LAW OF TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS IN THE DRAFT ARTICLES OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSION AND IN THE UN CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE NON-NAVIGATIONAL USES OF INTERNATIONAL WATERCOURSESElena Quadri (Perugia, Italy)
THE JORDAN RIVER VALLEY: WATER DISCOURSES AND BASIN POLITICSAmal Bourhrous (Clamart, France)
THE JORDAN RIVER BASIN: WATER, CONFLICT, COOPERATION AND TECHNOLOGYMegan Boehnke (Missoula, USA)
THE INTERFACE BETWEEN ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND HUMAN RIGHTSDr Stephen Turner
THE INTEGRATED REGULATION OF WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN ENGLAND AND THE EUROPEAN UNIONWilliam Howarth
THE INFLUENCE OF HYPOLIMNETIC AERATION ON THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL EVOLUTION OF PHOSPHORUS AND DISSOLVED OXYGENAhmed Kettab (Alger, Algeria), Mostefa Gafsi, BEN OTHMAN Dorsaf, Djehiche Abdelkader, BENNAi‡AR Naoual
THE IMPORTANCE OF IRRIGATION ASSOCIATIONS ON THE IRRIGATION OPERATIONBeti¼l Gi–i‡MEN, Bayram T&#;RYAK&#;, Ercan D&#;REKi‡&#;
THE IMPLICATIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WATER QUALITY AND ECOSYSTEM OF NASSER LAKE, EGYPTM.Nageeb Rashed (Aswan, Egypt), M.Nageeb Rashed
THE IMPACTS OF CHANGING CLIMATE ON WATERBORNE DISEASE IN EASTERN RUSSIAAndrew Tirrell (Swampscott, USA)
THE IMPACT OF ADOPTING A WATER INFORMATION PLATFORM ON A UTILITIES BUSINESS MODELSander Smit, Mireia Tutusaus, Klaas Schwartz, Edward Curry, Thomas Messervey, Riccardo Puglisi
THE HYDROSOCIAL CYCLE: DEFINING AND MOBILIZING A RELATIONAL-DIALECTICAL APPROACH TO WATERJamie Linton (Limoges, France), Jessica Budds
THE HYDROLOGICAL RESPONSE OF RIPARIAN BUFFERS AT FIELD AND CATCHMENT SCALE DURING STORM EVENTS
THE HYDROLOGICAL RESPONSE OF ESTABLISHED RIPARIAN BUFFERS AT FIELD SCALE DURING STORM EVENTSLinsey McLean, Lindsay Beevers, Mark Wilkinson, Gareth Pender
THE HYDRO-INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE OF MANAGING WATER ECONOMIES OF TRANS-BOUNDARY RIVERS:A STUDY OF NARMADA BASIN, INDIAM. Dinesh Kumar
THE GREAT CALIFORNIA DROUGHT: LESSONS LEARNED AND NOT LEARNEDAntonio Rossmann (Berkeley, USA)
THE GOVERNANCE OF TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS: TOWARDS A MULTICOUNTRY CONSULTATION MECHANISM, THE CASE OF THE STAMPRIET AQUIFERAndrew Ross (Paris, France)
THE FLUID NATURE OF WATER RIGHTS IN INVESTMENT ARBITRATIONAna Maria Daza Vargas
THE FLOODING GAME -- FLOOD RETENTION IN THE LIGHT OF ECONOMIC THEORY Thomas Hartmann, Jirina Jilkova, Jan Machac
THE EXEMPTIONS REGIME OF THE EC WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE: A METHOD FOR JUSTIFYING LESS STRINGENT ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVES WITH „DISPROPORTIONALITY OF COSTSDr. Katja Sigel, B. Klauer, J. Schiller, N. Hagemann, K. Kern
THE ETHIOPIAN GRAND RENAISSANCE DAM: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIESSalman Salman (McLean, VA, USA)
THE ENERGY-WATER NEXUS AND LEVERAGING VOLUNTARY PROGRAMS TO SAVE BOTH RESOURCES DIANA PAPE, ICF INTERNATIONAL, 1725 I STREET, NW, SUITE 1000, WASHINGTON, DC USA DIANA.PAPE@ICFI.COM, 1 202 826 1123Diana Pape (Washington, DC, USA), Diana Pape
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF IWRM AS A TOOL FOR POVERTY REDUCTION IN LDCSMichael Davidson (Altadena, USA), Michael Davidson, Michael Davidson
THE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF WATER SCARCITY IN AGRICULTURE:THE CHILEAN CASERoberto Ponce (Concepcion)
THE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE CHILEAN AGRICULTURAL SECTOR. A NON-LINEAR AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY MODELRoberto Ponce Oliva (concepcion, Chile), Maria Blanco, Carlo Giupponi
THE DUTCH DELTA MODEL TO SUPPORT NATIONAL POLICY ANALYSISErik Ruijgh (Delft, Netherlands), Timo Kroon, Edwin Snippen
THE DISI SANDSTONE FOSSIL AQUIFER OF JORDAN: CONSTRUCTION AND MONITORING OF THE DUBAYDIB WELLFIELD IN THE SOUTHERN DESERT SUPPLYING AMMAN ANDREAS CHARALAMBOUS1* AND BERTRAND BURNET2 1 HYDROLAWAndreas Charalambous (Guildford, UK), Bertrand Burnet
THE DELTA MODEL TO ENHANCE ACCEPTANCE AND CONSISTENCYErik Ruijgh (Delft, Netherlands), Timo Kroon, Edwin Snippen
THE DECREASE OF DOMESTIC WATER CONSUMPTION IN THE COAST OF ALICANTE (SPAIN) 2000-2013: STUDY ABOUT THE DIFFERENT URBAN TYPOLOGIES ALVARO FRANCISCO MOROTE (SAN VICENTE DEL RASPEIG, Spain)
THE CUSTOMER FORUM: A SCOTTISH CONTRIBUTION TO A HYDRO WORLDStephen Littlechild
THE CULTURAL VALUE OF SUDS: NON-MONETARY DIMENSIONS FOR STORM WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSRoshni Jose, Rebecca Wade
THE COCA-COLA COMPANYUlrike Sapiro
THE CIRCLE OF WATER - PART ONE
THE CHALLENGE OF GETTING CREDIT FOR WATER RECLAMATION: FOCUSING ON THE U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERSJohn Echeverria (Vermont, USA)
THE CHALLENGE OF AGRICULTURAL POLLUTION IN FRESHWATER SYSTEMS: INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE IN LAW AND POLICY AND THE EXAMPLE OF NEW ZEALANDalexander gillespie (hamilton, New Zealand), alexander gillespie
THE CASE OF CUSTOMER'S DELAYS OF PAYMENTS IN WATER SERVICES AND THE TURIN-INDEXDaniele Russolillo (Torino, Italy), Vito Frontuto, Franco Becchis
THE ATTITUDES AND PERCEPTIONS OF SCOTLAND TOWARDS RAINWATER HARVESTING (RWH)Selina Egyir, Caroline Brown, Scott Arthur
THE ANALYSIS OF ONE-DIMENSIONAL GREEN-NAGHDI EQUATIONS IN SHALLOW WATERMohammad Reza Jalali
THE (UN)CERTAINTIES OF HYDROPOWER DEVELOPMENT: DO HIGH RISKS TRANSLATE INTO HIGH REWARDS?Ineke Kleemans, Rhodante Ahlers, Vincent Merme
THE (INTERNATIONAL) ARCHITECTURE FOR TRANSBOUNDARY WATER MANAGEMENTDr Marian Neal (Patrick)
TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY (TVA) MODEL OF REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT -- A CASE STUDY OF THE DAMODAR RIVER VALLEY Kumkum Bhattacharyya (Canton, MI, USA), Michael J Wiley
TEN YEARS AFTER THE MILLENNIUM ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENT: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON WATER ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
TAKING WATER TO WETLANDS: AN EXPERIMENT WITH SMALL IRRIGATION FOR RESOURCE POOR FARMERSGabriel Umoh
SYSTEMIC WATER GOVERNANCE AS INTEGRATION: RETHINKING CONCEPTS AND PRACTICESKevin Collins (Milton Keynes, UK), Ray Ison
SUSTAINABLE WATER TREATY: CONVERGING TO THE IWRM GOALSShampa Shampa, Asadul Bari, Swapna Das , Zareefa Islam Begum
SUSTAINABLE WATER & AGRICULTURE MANAGEMENTPhilippe Rohner
SUSTAINABLE IRRIGATION FOR DOUBLING WATER PRODUCTIVITY IN CHILLEWADI MEDIUM PROJECT OF INDIA
SUSTAINABLE IRRIGATION FOR DOUBLING WATER PRODUCTIVITY IN CHILLEWADI MEDIUM PROJECT OF INDIA 1 ER.U.V.SIDDAMAL. ,2 ER. C.A.BIRAJDAR Uddanappa Siddamal, Channavir Birajdar
SUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, BY INDIGENOUS WOMEN GROUPS -- BUILDING UP FROM EFFECTIVE WATER MANAGEMENT.HARI GUPTA (Ranchi, India)
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS AS CATALYST FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER LAWOtto Spijkers
SUSTAINABILITY OF NATURAL LAKES AS AFFECTED BY AGRICULTURAL WATER USEAmin Alizadeh (Mashhad), Amin Alizadeh, Amin Alizadeh
SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC POLICY: METHODOLOGY TO PRIORITIZE ACTIONS ON WATER POLICYAlex Godoy-Faundez (Santiago), Douglas Aitken, Lorenzo Reyes-Bozo, Diego Rivera
SURVEYING LEGAL SOLUTIONS AND STRATEGIES FOR INNOVATIVE AGRICULTURAL WATER CONSERVATIONRamsey Kropf (Aspen, USA), Ramsey Kropf
SURFACE WATER CONTAMINATION: THE EFFECT IN RURAL COMMUNITIES OF NIGERIAOlomieja Ojo, Hakeem Bello, Timothy Ajayi
SUITABILITY OF WASTEWATER FOR IRRIGATION IN SAUDI ARABIA: ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC PERCEPTIONS AND QUANTITATIVE MICROBIAL RISK ASSESSMENTAbed Alataway (Riyadh, South Africa), John Gowing, Paul Sallis, Mitchell Ness
STRENGTHENING THE CAPACITY OF HOUSEHOLDS AND COMMUNITIES FOR IMPROVED WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE: WATER TESTING EXPERIMENTS WITH SCHOOL CHILDREN AND ADULT HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS IN GHANACharles Okyere (Bonn, Germany), Evita Hanie Pangaribowo, Felix Ankomah Asante
STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS -- ENCOURAGING THE NATIONAL UPTAKE OF SOURCE CONTROL SUDS Alison Duffy (Dundee , UK), Brian D'Arcy, Neil Berwick, Rebecca Wade, Roshni Jose
STORM WATER ISSUES IN BIOMASS-FIRED COMBINED HEAT AND POWER PLANTS MAGNUS LARSSON, JINYING YAN* KERSTIN FORSBERG, LONGCHENG LIU CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TEJinying Yan (Stockholm, Sweden), Magnus Larsson, Kerstin Forsberg, Longcheng Liu
SS9 WATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE USE OF FRESHWATER IN SOUTH AFRICAH Jordaan
SS9 WATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT: A NEW FRONTIER IN WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - CONFERENCE AGENDA
SS9 WATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT AS A TOOL FOR WATER PLANNINGMaite M. Aldaya Daniel Chico, Lucia De Stefano, Alberto Garrido, M. Ramón Llamas, Elena Lopez-Gunn, Pedro Martínez Santos, Barbara Willaarts
SS9 THE WATER FOOTPRINT OF PRODUCTS, COMPANIES AND CONSUMERS: WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE, EFFICIENT AND FAIR?Arjen Hoekstra
SS9 THE WATER FOOTPRINT OF PRODUCTS, COMPANIES AND CONSUMERS: WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE, EFFICIENT AND FAIR?Ashok Kumar Chapagain
SS9 ROLE OF EXTERNAL WATER FOOTPRINT IN INFLUENCING CHINA’S WATER STRESSJunguo Liu
SS9 1. SEMINAR WATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT: A NEW FRONTIER IN WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENTDr. A. Chapagain, Science Director, Water Footprint Network
SS8 ACCELERATION OF INNOVATION IN ADAPTING COMMUNITIES TO CLIMATE RISKS AND POPULATION GROWTH Lisette Heuer
SS7 THE (TRANSBOUNDARY) GROUNDWATER RESOURCES OF AFRICA -- THE ENGINE TO STIMULATE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY. Robert Kalin
SS6 TEN YEARS SINCE THE MILLENNIUM ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENTS: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON WATER ECOSYSTEMS SERVICES. Julia Martin Ortega
SS5 CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT FOR DRINKING WATER PROTECTIONMarc Stutter
SS4 INTERNATIONAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND APPLICATION - RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT IN SCOTLANDDavid Harley Water & Land Manager SEPA
SS4 INTERNATIONAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND APPLICATION - QUESTION AND ANSWER PANEL SESSIONChair: Alan Jenkins, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
SS4 INTERNATIONAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND APPLICATION - LOCAL ENGAGEMENT: ECOHYDROLOGY AT LAKE NAIVASHA, KENYADavid Harper, Emeritus Professor, University of Leicester
SS4 INTERNATIONAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND APPLICATION - INTRO AND START OF SESSIONConvened by the UK Committee for National and International Hydrology
SS4 INTERNATIONAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND APPLICATION - GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTS IN INTEGRATED FLOOD MANAGEMENTGiacomo Teruggi Scientific Officer, Climate and Water Department, WMO
SS39 AQUANOW AUDIENCEDavid Duncan
SS38 YOUNG PROFESSIONALS WORKSHOP: FUTURE WATER CHALLENGES AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALSPierre Balzergue
SS37 WATER AND GREEN GROWTHTaesun Shin
SS37 SMART WATER MANAGEMENT FOR GREEN GROWTHKiyoung Park
SS37 LAKE SIHWA RESTORATION PROJECT WATER AND GREEN GROWTH CASE STUDY
SS37 INTELLIGENT WATER GRID RESEARCH PROJECT - MAY 28, 2015Dr. Hosun LEE
SS36 THE SALTY DIMENSION OF WATER GOVERNANCE - THE LINK BETWEEN UPSTREAM MANAGEMENT AND DOWNSTREAM IMPACTSBirgitta Liss Lymer
SS36 RIDGE TO REEF - IUCN’S FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGING RIVER BASINS AND COASTAL AREAS AS A CONTINUUMDr James Dalton & Dr Isabelle Fauconnier
SS36 IMPORTANCE OF CONSIDERING COASTAL AQUIFERS AS PART OF THE SOURCE TO SEA CONTINUUM: EXAMPLE FROM THE MEDPARTNERSHIP PROJECTRaya Marina Stephan
SS36 DOWN THE RIVER – OUT TO SEA… AND IN SOME CASES BACK AGAINProf Colin Moffat
SS36 BARRIERS AND OPPORTUNITIES TO ADDRESS IMPACTS OF LAND-BASED ACTIVITIES ON THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT: GPA PERSPECTIVEVincent Sweeney Coordinator, GPA
SS35 TOOLS FOR ADAPTATION: AN ONLINE CATALOGUE OF ADAPTATION OPTIONSEwa Jackson
SS34 STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT IN THE WATER SECTOR: EVIDENCE FROM OECDDelphine Clavreul, OECD Water Governance Programme
SS34 INCORPORATING THE SCIENCE EVIDENCE BASE INTO WATER POLICY AND LAW -- CATCHMENT, NATIONAL AND TRANSBOUNDARY CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVESAlistair Rieu-Clarke
SS34 INCORPORATING STAKEHOLDER VIEWS IN POLICY PLANNING THROUGH SCENARIOS: ESPA DELTAS EXPERIENCE IN BANGLADESHAndrew Allan
SS34 HABITAT RESTORATION AND NATURAL FLOOD MANAGEMENTDr Roy Richardson
SS34 FROM SCIENCE TO ROBUST POLICY MAKING: MANAGING UNCERTAINTIES AND REPUTATIONAL RISKS IN CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PLANS IN ENGLANDDr. Christian Kuhlicke Department of Urban and Environmental Sociology
SS34 ESTABLISHING THE EVIDENCE BASE: QUALITY REQUIREMENTS FOR MONITORING NETWORKSE Marian Scott
SS34 ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND POLICY DEVELOPMENTSally Thomas Scottish Government
SS34 BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN POLICY AND PRACTICE - THE ROLE OF THE TRUSTED INTERMEDIARYTWEED FORUM
SS33 WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM IN CHINA
SS33 WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM IN CHINAHuojian Huang
SS33 WATER-ENERGY NEXUS IN CHINA: NEW CHALLENGE FOR WATER MANAGEMENTProf. Yangwen JIA
SS33 WATER SECURITY ISSUE AND ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT TO CLIMATE CHANGEJun XIA
SS33 IN THE EUROPEAN UNION, FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE WORLD, 28 EU COUNTRIES + 2 ADOPTED THE SAME BASIN ORIENTED APPROACH!Mr. Jean - François DONZIER
SS32 CLIMATE CHANGE LOSS AND DAMAGE: A KEY EMERGING CONCEPT IN WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENTJohn Rowan
SS31 INVESTIGATING FUTURE YIELD AND ADAPTATION MEASURES IN RICE PRODUCTION UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS IN QUANG NAM PROVINCE, VIETNAMBui Thi Thu Trang, Nguyen Thi Hong Hanh, Anuradha Khoda
SS31 ICT, WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGE (2)Laban MacOpiyo
SS31 ICT, WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGELaban MacOpiyo, Trang Bui, Trang Bui, Trang Bui, Trang Bui, Trang Bui, Trang Bui
SS31 A FOREST OPTIMIZATION MODEL TO MINIMIZE THE RISK OF HURRICANE DAMAGE EASTERN NICARAGUADr. Fernando J Mendoza Jara
SS30 GOVERNANCE CAPACITY FOR WATERArwin van Buuren, Geert Teisman
SS3 THE SESAME PROJECT ON SMALL BUSINESSES: UNDERSTANDING FLOOD IMPACTS, EVALUATING THE EFFECTS OF ADAPTATION AND PROMOTING RESILIENCEGraham Coates, Dabo Guan, Tim Harries, Lindsey McEwen, Martina McGuinness, Nigel Wright
SS3 RESILIENCE AND CHANGE IN THE AFTERMATH OF FLOODS: THE CASE OF SOMERSETDr Catherine Butler and Dr Kate Walker-Springett
SS3 OVERVIEW OF FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FLOODS DIRECTIVE IN SPAINCarlos M. Escartín
SS3 FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL CHANGE Gareth Pender
SS3 FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF CHANGE: A UK PERSPECTIVEGarry Pender, Lindsay Beevers, Lilla Collet, Michael Stewart, Ailsa Strathie
SS3 FLOOD HAZARD AND A CHANGING CLIMATE: ADAPTING TO CHANGE, CHANGING TO ADAPTMark McLaughlin
SS3 ASSESSING FUTURE FLOOD RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADAPTATION IN THE UKPaul Sayers
SS29 EQUITY AND WATER: QUESTIONS OF ACCESS AND BENEFIT-SHARINGFrancesco Sindico
SS28 WATER STEWARDSHIP - THE PRIVATE SECTOR'S LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITYMalcolm Gander, Malcolm Gander
SS27 THE GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIESSalman Salman
SS27 POWER TRADE ASSESSMENT IN EASTERN NILE BASIN COUNTRIESHaytham Awad (Alexandria, Egypt)
SS27 OPTIMISATION OF SCALE-UP OF MICROBIAL FUEL CELL FOR SUSTAINABLE WASTEWATER TREATMENT WITH POSITIVE NET ENERGY GENERATIONOurania Dimou, John Andersen, Veyacheslav Fedorovich, Igor Goryanin, Alan Harper, David Simpson
SS27 GERD AND THE CHANGING HYDROPOLITICAL DYNAMICS IN THE NILE BASIN
SS27 FILLING THE GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM: IMPLICATIONS FOR RIPARIAN COUNTRIESPaul Block
SS27 AN EQUITABLE AND REASONABLE USE OF NILE WATERS AND RESOURCES: IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND COOPERATION IN THE REGIONZeray Yihdego
SS27 A HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE TO THE BLUE NILE CHALLENGEPROF. DR. DIRK HANSCHEL
SS26 THE WATER-ENERGY-FOOD NEXUS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND CENTRAL ASIAMikiyasu Nakayama, Kazimierz Salewicz, Sameh El Khatib, Risa Kikuchi, Maiko Sakamoto
SS25 WATER IDENTITY, INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE, AND THE IMPLICATIONS OF FINANCING: DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF ASSESSING LARGE WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTSPoh-Ling Tan , Poh-Ling Tan
SS24 WATER POLICY, PRACTICE AND SCIENCE INTERFACE: DELIVERING RELEVANT AND MEANINGFUL RESEARCH IN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY SECTORRichard Allan
SS23 WATER AND MOUNTAINS (ICIMOD)David Molden
SS22 GOVERNANCE OF SHARED WATERS: ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGEJuan Carlos Sanchez
SS22 COMMUNITY ENERGY: LESSONS FOR ADAPTIVE WATER GOVERNANCEJosh Roberts
SS22 CLIMATE CHANGE AND AQUIFERS: ADAPTIVE GOVERNANCERenee Martin-Nagle
SS22 CASE: LAKE TITICACA, DESAGUADERO RIVER, LAKE POOPó AND COIPASA SALT LAKE (TDPS) SYSTEM (BOLIVIA-PERU)IDRC, CRDI
SS22 AGREEMENTS & ADAPTATION - SPECIAL SESSION ON GOVERNANCE OF SHARED WATERS: ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGEGabriel Eckstein, Professor of Law
SS22 ADAPTATION IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSBOUNDARY WATERS: THE CASE OF BANGLADESH
SS21 WATER SECURITY OF THE GROUNDWATER-DEPENDENT SANTA CRUZ ACTIVE MANAGEMENT AREA ARIZONA, USASharon B. Megdal, Ph.D
SS21 WATER SECURITY INDICATORS FOR A CLIMATE VARIABILITY AND CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PROCESS IN THE MAIPO RIVER BASIN IN CENTRAL CHILE.Sebastian Vicuna, Anahi Ocampo, Jorge Gironas
SS21 WATER SECURITY - DEBATING AN EMERGING CONCEPT
SS21 THE BATTLE TO FRAME WATER SECURITYMark Zeitoun
SS21 NEW-WAVE SOCIAL INTERVENTIONS FOR SHARED WATER SECURITY: INSIGHTS FROM AFRICANick Hepworth, Water Witness International
SS21 GROUNDWATER SECURITY: TENURE, EQUITY AND TRADE-OFFSElena Lopez-Gunn ICATALIST
SS21 DOES THE INTERNATIONAL WATER STEWARDSHIP STANDARD DELIVER WATER SECURITY FOR SOME, OR FOR ALL? EVIDENCE FROM THE FIRST IMPLEMENTATION IN AFRICATyler Farrow
SS21 CREATING EARTH DAMS AND WATER PANS THROUGH FOOD-FOR-ASSETS: DOES THE LOGIC WORK?Dorice Agol
SS21 CHINA WATER SECURITY ASSESSMENT AT A PROVINCIAL LEVEL: APPLYING THE AWDO 2013 FRAMEWORKDr. Fu Sun
SS21 A NORMATIVE FRAMEWORK FOR THE WATER FOOD ENERGY ENVIRONMENT NEXUSBruce Lankford
SS20 WHAT’S IN A WORD? REFLECTIONS ON THE STRUGGLE FOR SUSTAINABLE STEWARDSHIP OF WATER RESOURCES IN SOUTH AFRICA SINCE DEMOCRACY IN 1994Dr John Colvin
SS20 WATER SECURITY - DEBATING AN EMERGING CONCEPTBruce Lankford
SS20 STRENGTHENING TRANSBOUNDARY WATER SECURITY ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT TO REDUCE CLIMATE CHANGE VULNERABILITYRobert G. Varady, Christopher A. Scott
SS20 STRENGTHENING ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: THE PANORAMIC FRAMEWORK OF WATER JUSTICESarah Wade (Edinburgh, UK)
SS2 THE SEARCH FOR LEGITIMACY: THE ROLES OF REGULATION AND COMPETITIONGordon Downie (chair), Céline Kauffmann, Alan Sutherland, Stephen Littlechild, Liz McRobb
SS19 RE-EXAMINING POLICY FOR TRANSBOUNDARY WATER ALLOCATION AND GOVERNANCE Naho Mirumachi
SS18 SCENE-SETTING: A NEW READING OF WATER GOVERNANCE THROUGH THE LENS OF ACTORS, INSTITUTIONS, AND SCALENaho Mirumachi, Andrea Gerlak
SS18 ACTORS: WHY POWER MATTERS AND HOW WE UNDERSTAND IT IN WATER GOVERNANCERobert G. Varady
SS17 IN SEARCH OF BEST PRACTICES FOR WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: HAS ANYONE REACHED THE TOP?Jane Cohen
SS16 SECURING WATER RESOURCES FOR ENHANCED RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE AT LOCAL AND NATIONAL LEVELS Helen Anderson
SS13 GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONSSusan Waldron
SS12 WATER AND INFECTION DISEASE/WATER HEALTH - SESSION PROGRAMMEJon Cooper (session chair)
SS11 FOOD AND WATER SECURITY: NEW ACTORS IN THE GLOBAL WATER TRADE Martin Keulertz
SS10 CLIMATE CHANGE AND WATER IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIESMark Redwood
SS1 RATIFICATION OF THE UN WATERCOURSES CONVENTION: PERSPECTIVES FROM AROUND THE WORLDGabriel Eckstein
SS1 GETTING THE BEST OUT OF THE GLOBAL WATER CONVENTIONS Alistair Rieu-Clarke
SPATIAL VARIATION OF PHARMACEUTICAL CONCENTRATIONS IN THE RIVER ALMONDHelwig
SPATIAL TARGETING OF CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT INTERVENTIONS TO IMPROVE RAW DRINKING WATER QUALITY USING THE CARPOW FRAMEWORKJack Bloodworth, Ian Holman, Paul Burgess, Sarah Gillman
SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF PHARMACEUTICAL POLLUTION WITHIN A RIVER CATCHMENTKarin Helwig (Glasgow, UK), Joanne Roberts, Ole Pahl, Colin Hunter, Moyra McNaughtan, Kiana Kargar, Karin Helwig
SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION MAPPING AND ASSESSMENT OF SUITABILITY OF GROUNDWATER QUALITY FOR DRINKING PURPOSE IN HISAR DISTRICT INDIA Bhagwan Chaudhary (Kurukshetra, India)
SOURCES OF NON-CONVENTIONAL WATERManal Mohamed Ahmed Ahmed (Giza, Egypt), Manal Mohamed Ahmed Manal
SOURCES OF ALKYLPHENOLS AND PHTHALATES IN GREYWATERMagali BIGOURIE, Steven DESHAYES, Véronique EUDES, Christine DROGUET, Régis MOILLERON
SOLVING PROBLEMS OF FIT AND INTERPLAY IN IWRM THROUGH PAYMENTS FOR HYDROLOGICAL ECOSYSTEM SERVICESJochen Hack (Darmstadt, Germany)
SOCIAL IMPACT OF SALINITY WATER INTRUSION: A CASE STUDY OF THE KALU RIVER KETHHENA WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN SRI LANKA
SIMULATION OF MULTI STAKEHOLDERS DAMS OPERATION SCENARIOS AND EVALUATING THE WATER RESOURCES SYSTEM BY SUSTAINABILITY INDICATORS AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION THEORYVahid Askarinejad, Arash Akhavan Masouleh
SIMULATION MODELING OF WATER ALLOCATION
SIMULATION MODELING OF RIVER/RESERVOIR SYSTEM WATER ALLOCATION AND MANAGEMENTRalph Wurbs (College Station, USA)
SHARED MANAGEMENT IN WATER RESOURCES PLANNING: THE CASE OF THE DOURO RIVER BASINEvelyn Zucco, Francisco Costa
SERVICE, QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENT: BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE SERVICEMark Williams (Dunfermline, UK), Mark Williams
SELF SUPPLY INITIATIVES IN RURAL SOUTH AFRICA: INDICATORS FOR SUSTAINABILITY AND LESSONS ON SUSTAINABILITY OF WATER SERVICESMaijang Mamakoa (Pretoria, South Africa), Bongi Maposa
SEFFICIENCY (SUSTAINABLE EFFICIENCY) AND REALLOCATION OF WATER USING AGRICULTURAL AND URBAN SCENARIOS Naim Haie, Rui Pereira
SEDIMENT -- FROM WASTE TO VALUABLE RESOURCETho Tran (Nottingham, UK), Chris Somerfield, Rachel Gomes
SECURING FISHERY BENEFITS VIA HYDROELECTRIC FACILITY RELICENSINGPaul Kibel (California, USA)
SECTORIAL WATER ALLOCATION: PRINCIPLES, APPLICATIONS AND CASE OF TURKEYNURAY AYTEN, EMRE ALP, CUMALI KINACI
SECTORIAL WATER ALLOCATION: PRINCIPLES, APPLICATIONS AND CASE OF TURKEYNURAY AYTEN, EMRE ALP, CUMALI KINACI
SCOTTISH WATER: A PUBLIC WATER AND SEWERAGE COMPANY SUBJECT TO INDEPENDENT ECONOMIC REGULATION AND WITH PRIVATE RETAIL COMPETITION -- SOME LESSONS LEARNTFiona Parker (Edinburgh, UK), David Walters
SCOTTISH WATER: A MODEL OF REGULATION AND GOOD GOVERNANCE? Sarah Hendry (Dundee, UK)
SCOTTISH WATER - REGULATORY INNOVATIONSimon Parsons
SCOTTISH WATER – OUR JOURNEYDouglas Millican
SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT CLIMATE JUSTICE FUND FACTSHEET
SCOTLAND'S WATER MAP: UNDERSTANDING WATER SECTOR LINKS TO SUPPORT DECISION MAKING FOR THE HYDRO NATION AGENDADaniel Gilmour, David Blackwood, Ruth Falconer, John Isaacs, Vladeta Stojanovic, Juliette O'Keeffe, Alison Duffy, Jon Rathjen
SCIENCE, POLITICS AND SOCIETY: INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE CHALLENGES AHEAD IN TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFER MANAGEMENTFrancesco Sindico (Glasgow, UK), Stephanie Hawkins, Renee Martin-Nagle
SCENARIO REDUCTION IN THE STOCHASTIC HYDROPOWER PLANNING OPERATIONFrederico Vilhena, Mario Barros
SCENARIO PLANNING ANALYSIS TO WATER DSITRIBUTION SYSTEMSGerardo Ruiz (Mexico, Mexico)
SCARCITY, IRRIGATION EFFICIENCY AND THE PARACOMMONS OF SAVED RESOURCESBruce Lankford
SCALAR POLITICS - WITH EXAMPLES FROM TURKEY AND THE METHERLANDSJeroen Warner
RULES, NORMS AND CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT IN THE GOVERNANCE OF TRANSBOUNDARY RIVERS: A CASE FROM THE MEKONG RIVERYumiko Yasuda (Dundee, UK)
ROUTES AND ROOTS: SETTING NAVIGATIONAL INDICATORS AS SUSTAINABILITY INDICATORS Eshan Tavakoli-Nabavi (Canberra, Australia)
RIVER RESTORATION: A STRATEGIC APPROACH TO PLANNING AND MANAGEMENTDAVID TICKNER (WOKING, UK), Robert Speed, Yuanyuan LI, Gang LEI
RIVER FLOWS IN ESTUARINE REGIONS IN BRAZIL: A DOWNSCALED ANALYSIS ON LONG TERM CLIMATE SCENARIOS (2011-2040-2070-2100)Bruno Castro de Carvalho (Brasilia, Brazil), Priscilla Santos, Geraldo Goes
RIVER BASIN ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE IN AFGHANISTANLaura Schroeder (Portland, USA), Therese Ure
RISK ASSESSMENT OF MIXTURE TOXICITIES IN NATURAL SOURCE WATERSNur H. Orak, Mitchell Small
RISING THE CONFIDENCE OF CONSUMERS IN DRINKING WATER QUALITYBrigita Jamnik (Ljubljana)
REVISITING WATER PARADIGMS: GREEN WATER PRODUCTIVITY AND THE ROLE OF RAINWATER HARVESTING IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAJohn Gowing, Lisa Bunclark, Liz Oughton
REVISITING RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT IN THE MEDITERRANEANMULTI-LEVEL GOVERNANCE OF THE DURANCE RIVER SYSTEM (FRANCE).Sophie Richard (Montpellier cedex, France), Thierry Rieu
REVEALING THE PREFERENCES OF FARMERS FOR A FRAMEWORK TO USE TREATED EFFLUENT IN IRRIGATION: CASE STUDY WESTERN CAPE PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICACecilia Saldias, Stijn Speelman, Guido Van Huylenbroeck
RESTORING WATER RESOURCES THROUGH SOIL REMEDIATION: A CASE STUDY ON SMOULDERING REMEDIATIONChristine Switzer (Glasgow, UK), Mara Knapp, Andrew Robson, Rossane DeLapp, David Kosson
RESPONSE OF ANTS (HYMENOPTERA: FORMICIDAE) & SPIDERS (ARACHNIDA: ARANEAE) ASSEMBLAGES TO INVASIVE PLANT SPECIES & THEIR CLEARINGitani victor Mutavhatsindi (Thohoyandou), ITANI VICTOR MUTAVHATSINDI
RESILIENCE WITH RAINWATER: EXPLORING ADAPTATION PRACTICES IN COASTAL SETTLEMENTSAfroza Parvin (Khulna ), Imran Faishal
RESIDENTIAL WATER DEMAND ESTIMATION IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY UNDER CONTRASTING SCENARIOS OF CLIMATE CHANGE Sergio Orrego, Dari­o Jiménez, Felipe Vásquez
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF A "BIOFILTER EF" AS METHOD FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT Yenny Fernanda Urrego Pereira (Ibagué,colombia, Colombia)
RESCALING WATER GOVERNANCE IN LA PLATA HYDROPOLITICS: THE CASES OF TRANSBOUNDARY APA (BRAZIL -- PARAGUAY) AND QUARAI BASINS (BRAZIL -- URUGUAY)Luis Paulo Silva (Norwich, Brazil)
REMOVAL OF BORON FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION USING A COMPOSITEVhahangwele Masindi (Polokwane)
REJUVENATION OF VILLAGE PONDS IN BHARATPUR, RAJASTHANSidharth Sihag (Dungarpur, India), Rukmani Riar
REINVENTING THE WHEEL: THE WATERWHEELPenelope Carruthers (Perth, UK), Ross Carruthers, William Harvey, Alison Duffy, Rebecca Wade
REGULATOR AND OPERATOR COLLABORATION - SCOTLAND'S APPROACH TO WFD IMPLEMENTATIONMarcia Banks, Caroline Olbert
REGIONAL COMMON CONCERN FOR WATER SECURITY : THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FOUNDATION FOR EFFECTIVE DATA AND INFORMATION SHARING IN THE MIDDLE EASTBji¸rn-Oliver Magsig (Leipzig, Germany)
RECONCILING THE INTERESTS OF UPSTREAM AND DOWNSTREAM RIPARIAN STATES IN TRANSBOUNDARY BASINS: THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF "BENEFIT-SHARING" IN THE ECOLOGICAL PROTECTION OF SHARED WATER RESOURCESOwen McIntyre (Cork, Ireland)
RECENT CHANGE IN WATER RESOURCES AND FUTURE SCENARIOS: CONNECTION WITH CLIMATE CHANGE PROCESSES IN THREE HYDROLOGICAL BASINS OF CATALONIA (NE SPAIN) AFFECTED BY DIFFERENT WATER MANAGEMENT Javier Zabalza, Sergio Vicente-Serrano, Gabriel Borrás, Eduard Pla, Diana Pascual, Immaculada Funes, Robert Savé, Carmen Biel
REAL-TIME, REGIONAL SCALE FLOOD INUNDATION MODELLING FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE
REAL-TIME FLASH FLOOD FORECASTING METHOD CASE STUDY MEDJERDA RIVER Sahar ABIDI (Beja)
REAL VARIANT FOR IMPROVEMENT OF ECOLOGICAL SITUATION IN SOUTHERN PRIARALIEYusup Rysbekov (Tashkent, Uzbekistan)
READING WATER GOVERNANCE: IMPORTANCE OF INSTITUTIONSDr Christina Cook
RE-EVALUATING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF HYDROELECTRIC DAMS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: INDIRECT IMPACTS THROUGH LIVELIHOOD ALTERNATIONSKristofer Chan (London, UK)
RAPID FLOOD INUNDATION MODELLING FOR EMERGENCY RESPONSE
RAPID FLOOD INUNDATION FOR REGIONAL SCALE EMERGENCY RESPONSEGrant Wright (Edinburgh, UK), Sam Jamieson, Julien Lhomme, Ben Gouldby
QUANTIFYING THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF THE DATA OBTAINED FROM GAUGING STATIONS IN SCOTLAND: A USERS' PERSPECTIVEKush Thakar (Liverpool, UK)
QUANTIFICATION OF DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY IN LARGE INDIAN CITIES Pankaj SAMPAT (Ahmedabad, India)
PUBLIC POLICIES, SOCIAL LEARNING AND WATER RESOURCESSARA FREITAS, ANA PAULA FRACALANZA, PEDRO ROBERTO JACOBI
PROVISION OF SUSTAINABLE SAFE DRINKING WATERRichard Allan
PROTECTING VITAL HUMAN WATER NEEDS IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSBOUNDARY RIVER BASINSCHRISTINA LEB
PROSPECTIVE ON: IMPACT OF GOOD GOVERNANCE PRACTICE IN MANAGING DOMESTIC WATER DEMAND IN COUNTRIES OF THE ARABIAN PENINSULA REGIONMohamed J. Abdulrazzak, Panagiotis D. Oikonomou, Mustafa Kassab, Nassir S. Al-Amri
PROMOTING CONSERVATION THROUGH BETTER WATER MARKETINGMark Squillace, Anthony McLeod
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KEY VULNERABILITIES AND RISKS: FLOODS; COASTAL LOSSES; AND THE ROLE OF LAW IN DISASTER MANAGEMENTSandra Zellmer (Lincoln, NE, USA)
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INVESTIGATING THE TOXICITY OF HOSPITAL WASTEWATERColin Hunter (Glasgow, UK)
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INVESTIGATING CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS ON WATER RESOURCES OF METROPOLITAN CITY OF ISTANBUL IN TURKEYIsmail Yucel (Ankara, Turkey), Fatih Kara
INTERNATIONAL FRESHWATER COOPERATION IN EUROPE - A SUCCESS STORY?Gôtz Reichert (Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany)
INTEGRATIVE LOCAL WATERSHED GOVERNANCE IN THE CANADIAN PRAIRIESMargot Hurlbert (Regina, Canada)
INTEGRATION OF SCIENCE AND POLICY – WHERE TO FOR INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON TWEED? – MAY 27TH 2015Prof Chris J Spray
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INTEGRATED WATER NETWORK MANAGEMENT: BIG DATA AND ANALYTICSDavid Kenny, Amir Peleg
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INTEGRATED OPERATION OPTIMIZATION OF CASCADE HYDROPOWER PROJECTSEmrah Yalcin, Sahnaz Tigrek
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INTEGRATED MODELING IN SUPPORT OF TRANSBOUNDARY WATER COOPERATION IN CENTRAL ASIA: ILI-BALKHASH WATERSHED.Aziza Baubekova (Budapest, Hungary)
INTEGRATED ECOLOGICAL WATER TECHNOLOGY Galen Fulford (Forres, UK)
INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES OF WATER -- ENERGY -- FOOD NEXUS IN CENTRAL ASIA
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IN THE QUEST OF A SOFT PATH FOR WATER IN THE FOOD INDUSTRYCatalina Silva-Plata, Elsa João
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IMPROVING WATER MARKETS PERFORMANCE IN SPAIN: LESSON-DRAWING FROM THE MDB IN AUSTRALIA
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IMPROVED NATURAL ORGANIC MATTER REMOVAL BY ADSORPTION-ULTRAFILTRATION SYSTEMFeryal Akbal, Dilek Gi¼mi¼&#;
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IMPACT OF SOYBEAN EXPANSION ON WATER FOOTPRINT IN THE AMAZON UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS
IMPACT OF RAINFALL CHARACTERISTICS ON RUNOFF QUALITY FROM THE M1Julia Zakharova, Andrew Wheatley, John Bridgeman
IMPACT OF NATURAL HAZARDS ON WETLAND ECOSYSTEM AND MITIGATIONOPTION FOR REMEDIATION, PRODUCTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY IN INDO-BANGLADESH COASTAL REGIONSBISWAPATI MANDAL (MOHANPUR DIST. NADIA, India), A. M. PUSTE, T. K. MANDAL, K. JANA, B. Ray PRAMANIK
IMPACT OF INLAND WATER ON BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLE THROUGH DEVELOPMENT OF ADVANCED PROCESS-BASED MODELTadanobu Nakayama, Shamil Maksyutov
IMPACT OF EXTREME RAINFALL EVENTS OF PERUVIAN ANDES OVER SOUTH AMERICAJuan Sulca, Mathias Vuille, Yamina Silva, Ken Takahashi
IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN CONTAMINATION VULNERABILITY OF MESOZOIC KARST AQUIFERS IN BURGOS AREA (SPAIN). Luis Antonio Marcos Naveira (Burgos, Spain), Laila Louajdi, Silvino Castaño, Mónica Vázquez, Mari­a Jesús Contreras
IMPACT OF CHARGES AND NATURE OF EXCHANGE CATIONS WITH MONTMORILLONITE COLLOID Khuraman Ilyasova
IMPACT AND DYNAMICS OF EFFLUENTS ON WETLAND ECOSYSTEM AND ITS MANAGEMENT FOR WATER RESOURCES, CROP PRODUCTIVITY AND LIVELIHOODS OF INDIAN RURAL ECONOMYAnandamoy PUSTE (Mohanpur, Dist. Nadia, India), T.K MANDAL, D.K DAS, M DASGUPTA, K JANA, B.RAY PRAMANIK
ILISU DAM AND HEPP, INVESTIGATION OF ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONSEmrah Yalcin, Sahnaz Tigrek
IDENTIFYING PREVALENCE OF HOUSEHOLDS DRINKING WATER CONSUMPTION PATTERN IN DEVELOPING COUNTRY, INDONESIASri Rachmad (Tj. Priok, Indonesia), IGede Prayasa
IDENTIFYING PREVALENCE OF HOUSEHOLDS DRINKING WATER CONSUMPTION PATTERN Sri Rachmad (Tj. Priok, Indonesia), IGede Heprin
IDENTIFYING POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF HYDROPOWER REGULATION ON SALMONID HABITATS IN SCOTTISH RIVERS USING CONNECTIVITY METRICSBas Buddendorf (Aberdeen, UK), Josie Geris, Iain Malcolm, Mark Wilkinson, Chris Soulsby
IDENTIFYING AND CHARACTERIZING TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS ALONG THE MEXICO-US BORDER: AN INITIAL ASSESSMENTRosario Sanchez, Gabriel Eckstein
IDENTIFICATION OF WATER HOTSPOTS IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN OF A LAPTOP -- MITIGATION MEASURES Assaad Maalouf, Kavitha Nagalingam, Nabeel Shahid, Vasileia Vasilaki, Evina Katsou
IDENTIFICATION OF PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR BETTER MANAGEMENT OF WWTP OF MEDEA (ALGERIA)Salah KAREF (Djelfa, Algeria), Ahmed KETTAB, Dorsaf BEN OTHMAN , Naoual BENNAi‡AR
IDENTIFICATION OF AREAS WITH FLOODING POTENTIAL IN SOUTH AMERICASergio Rosim, João Ricardo de Freitas Oliveira, Alexandre Copertino Jardim
HYDROPOWER VERSUS OTHER RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCESElcin Kentel, Emre Gok
HYDROPOWER – FACTORING IN CLIMATE CHANGERichard M. Taylor
HYDROPHILANTHROPY IN HONDURAS: POTABLE WATER SYSTEMS IN RURAL NORTHWESTERN HONDURASMichael Campana (Oregon, USA)
HYDROLOGICAL MODELLING OF SETI CATCHMENT AND VULNERABILITY ANALYSIS OF POKHARA CITY, NEPALSanam K Aksha
HYDROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SHARING IN CONSTRUCTING FRIENDSHIP DAMS...Thair Al-Taiee
HYDROLOGICAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF BASIN-WIDE WATER HARVESTING AND ARTIFICIAL RECHARGE INTERVENTIONS IN COASTAL SAURASHTRAVedantam Niranjan (Hyderabad, India)
HYDROLOGIC PARTITIONING AND VEGETATION RESPONSE IN SELECTED MOIST ZONE CATCHMENTS OF ETHIOPIA: ANALYZING SPATIOTEMPORAL VARIABILITYFasil Worku, Guiling Wang
HYDROLOGIC MODELING IN THE WESTERN AMAZON BASIN USING SATELLITE DATARicardo Zubieta, Augusto Getirana, Jhan Carlo Espinoza, Waldo Lavado
HYDROLOGIC IMPACT OF COLD EPISODES IN THE CENTRAL PERUVIAN ANDES OVER SOUTH AMERICA DURING THE AUSTRAL SUMMER (1958-2009)Juan Sulca, Mathias Vuille, Grace Trasmonte, Yamina Silva, Ken Takahashi
HYDROGEOLOGY OF SPRINGS IN A TROPICAL HUMID TERRAIN IN SRI LANKA -- A STUDY ON WATER SUPPLY ALTERNATIVE P.G.A.N. Mahindawansha, K. M. Prematilake , H.A.H. Jayasena
HYDROGEOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF EXPLORED GROUNDWATER SUPPLY REVALUATION IN AZERBAIJANAdishirin Alakbarov, Elkin Rustamov
HYDROCHEMISTRY AND ISOTOPES OF THE SPRING WATER IN THE SOREQ CATCHMENT/ RAMALLAH /WEST BANK
HUMAN INFLUENCE ON MONSOON PRECIPITATIONDebbie Polson (Edinburgh, UK), Massimo Bollasina, Gabriele Hegerl, Laura Wilcox
HUMAN HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT OF TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL VARIATIONS OF GROUNDWATER QUALITY AT A DENSELY INDUSTRIALIZED COMMERCIAL COMPLEX, HARIDWAR, INDIA
HOW MUCH IS THAT WATER IN THE WINDOW? - VALUING THE UNUSED WATER RESOURCEKeith Weatherhead, Catarina Henriques
HOW DOES INTERNATIONAL WATER LAW AND TRANSBOUNDARY RIVER BASIN WATER GOVERNANCE COMPREHEND EACH OTHER THROUGH THE PRACTICES OF RIVER BASIN ORGANIZATIONS? Osman T&#;kansak (&#;stanbul, Turkey), Burcu Calli
HOW DOES A HYDRONATION OPTIMISE THE VALUE OF WATER ?Munire Koseoglu (Edinburgh, UK), Dominic Moran, Kate Heal
HOW DO INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS PERCEIVE WETLAND FUNCTIONING? THE USE OF FUZZY COGNITIVE MAPS IN UNRAVELLING WETLAND PERCEPTIONS IN UGANDACharissa Bosma, Klaus Glenk, Paula Novo
HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF WATER FOOTPRINT OF CROPS AND BLUE WATER SCARCITY IN THE YELLOW RIVER BASINLa Zhuo, Mesfin Mekonnen, Arjen Hoekstra, Yoshihide Wada
HEAT ENERGY RECOVERY FROM WASTE WATER IN THE GLASGOW SUBWAY SYSTEMKonstantinos Ninikas, Nicholas Hytiris, Rohinton Emmanuel, Paul L. Younger, Bjorn Aaen
HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT OF TREATED WASTEWATER REUSE FOR CROP IRRIGATION AND GREEN SPACE WATERINGTeyssandier Marie (Maisons-Alfort Cédex, France), Tournaire Michel, Albasi Claire, Chubilleau Catherine, Cudennec Christophe, Garnaud Stéphane, Marchandise Patrick
HAZARDOUS OF WASTE WATER IRRIGATION ON QUALITY ATTRIBUTES AND CONTAMINATION OF CITRUS FRUITS HUDA QARI (JEDDAH, South Africa)
GROUNDWATER RESOURCES OF TURKEY: A REVIEWMerve Islek
GROUNDWATER RESOURCES -- CRITICAL FOCAL POINTS REQUIRING CONJUNCTIVE VISION & MANAGEMENTStephen Foster (OXFORD, UK)
GROUNDWATER QUALITY IN RURAL COMMUNITIES OF SAN LUIS POTOS.NAHUM MEDELLIN (SAN LUIS POTOSI, Mexico), CANDY CARRANZA
GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT IN INDIA UNDER A CHANGING CLIMATEShadananan Nair (Kochi, India)
GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT IN BRAZILMaria Luiza Granziera (São Pulo, Brazil), Beatriz Granziera
GROUNDWATER INSTITUTIONS AND GOVERNANCE IN CHINA AND INDIA IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE: EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS LEARNTFalendra Sudan (Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir, India), Ishita Singh
GROUNDWATER FOR THE PEOPLE: EXPLORING LINKAGES BETWEEN GROUNDWATER GOVERNANCE, WATER SECURITY, AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Kirstin Conti (Delft, Netherlands)
GROUNDWATER BASED RICE FARMING IN GANGA BASIN- A SUSTAINABILITY STUDYDhananjoy Dutta, Sanmoy Kumar Patra, Dhananjoy Dutta
GROUNDWATER AS THE MAIN SOURCE OF WATER IN RURAL COMMUNITIES OF CAMEROON: THE CASE OF THE MANAGEMENT OF TRADITIONAL HAND DUG WELLS (HDWS)Wamba André Le Doux
GROUND WATER -AN INVALUABLE RESOURCE - UPPER GODAVARI BASINPrajakta Baste (Nashik, India)
GREEN SYNTHESIS OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES USING CELLULOSE EXTRACT FROM A WATER POLLUTANT WEED, WATER HYACINTH AND THEIR ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY.Tanki Mochochoko, Oluwatobi .S Oluwafemi, Denis. N Jumbam
GREAT EXPECTATIONS: ACHIEVING SECURITY, LIVELIHOODS AND GROWTH THROUGH ENHANCED WATER MANAGEMENTSimon Howarth, Yi Zhang
GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM BETWEEN POLICY AND TECHNICAL BASIS? Mostafa Senosy (Cairo, Egypt), Aref Gharib
GOVERNMENT/COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP IN WATER MANAGEMENT AND POVERTY REDUCTIONOliver Odikamnoro (Abakaliki, Nigeria), Anita Meldrum
GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION ON WATER OF FOOD PRODUCTION IN FACING CLIMATE: SUPPLY-DEMAND OF CHILLI LEADS TO ROCKETING THE INFLATION RATE Sri Rachmad (Tj. Priok, Indonesia)
GOVERNANCE OF WATER RESOURCESCecilia Tortajada
GLOBOLAKES; GLOBAL COHERENCE OF LAKE WATER QUALITYRuth O'Donnell, Claire Miller, Marian Scott, Chris Merchant
GLOBAL FOOD SUPPLY CHAINS: THEIR IMPORTANCE IN UNDERSTANDING WHO MANAGES THE PLANET'S WATER SECURITY RELYING ON WATER BLIND ACCOUNTING SYSTEMSTony Allan, King's College London & SOAS
GLOBAL CHALLENGES FOR WATER GOVERNANCEOLD, NEW AND INNOVATIVE POLICIES AND INSTITUTIONS: ARE WE STILL RUNNING BEHIND?CONJUNCTIVE MANAGEMENT AND POLICY INNOVATIONS Therese Ure (Reno, USA), Laura Schroeder
GLOBAL CHALLENGES FOR WATER GOVERNANCE: LEGAL & REGULATORY FRAMEWORKSJoelle Hervic (North Perth, Australia)
GLOBAL ASSESSMENT OF TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS WITH HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE AFRICA DATA
GEOINFORMATICS IN WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AT MICRO WATERSHED LEVEL; DANGRA A CASE, WEST BENGALKartic Bera, Jatisankar Bandyopadhyay
GENDER, WATER AND CORRUPTIONTania Braimok (Järfälla, Sweden)
FUNCTIONALITY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF THE COMMUNITY MANAGED DRINKING WATER SCHEMES (CASE OF MID AND FAR-WESTERN REGION, NEPAL, SOUTH ASIA) Indra Badu (Dhangadhi, Nepal), Indra Badu
FUNCTIONALITY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF COMMUNITY MANAGED WATER SCHEMESIndra Badu (Dhangadhi, Niger)
FRONTLINE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYElizabeth Burlon, Rohit Banerji
FROM WATER WARS TO ENVIRONMENTAL PEACEBUILDING: THE CHANGING ROLE OF WATER IN CONFLICT AND PEACECarl Bruch (Washington, DC, USA), Jessica Troell
FROM WATER TO LAND: THE HYDRO-SOCIAL CYCLE WADI FUKIN LEGAL IMPLICATIONSStephanie Hawkins
FROM WATER TO LAND: RESISTING ISRAELI COLONIALISM IN THE WEST BANK THROUGH PROCEDURAL INTERNATIONAL WATER LAW
FROM WATER TO LAND: HOPE FOR THE WEST BANK THROUGH INTERNATIONAL WATER LAWStephanie Hawkins (CAMBS, UK)
FROM TREATMENT TO TAP: THE FUTURE FOR MICRO-HYDROPOWER INSTALLATIONS IN WATER INFRASTRUCTURE AS CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON OUR WATER RESOURCES.John Gallagher (Bangor, UK)
FROM PIONEER TO PRAGMATIST OR PARIAH: ARE SOUTH AFRICA'S RECENT WATER LAW DEVELOPMENTS COMPATIBLE WITH ITS OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE UN WATERCOURSES CONVENTION?Remy Kinna
FRAMEWORK FOR EFFECTIVE IWRM AND ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON WATER RESOURCESAshvani Kumar Gosain, Chakresh Sahu
FOULING STRUCTURE IN FO AND ITS EFFECT ON OSMOTIC BACKWASH EFFICIENCYSorcha Daly (Edinburgh, UK), Andrea Semiao
FOOD TRADE RELATIONS OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
FOOD SECURITY IN THE BRAZILIAN AMAZON FLOODPLAINOriana ALMEIDA, Sergio Rivero, Natalia Hanazaki, Carlos Mariano Alves-Vales, Shaji Thomas, Marta Coutinho Caetano
FOOD AND VIRTUAL WATER IN THE GREAT LAKES STATESMelissa K. Scanlan and Jenny Kehl (co-author, not presenting)
FLOW GAUGING STRATEGY FOR WATER RESOURCE ASSESSMENT IN SCOTLANDOwen Bramwell, Paul Rodgers, Charles Malcolm
FLOOD RISK: WHAT ROLE FOR NATURAL FLOOD MANAGEMENT MEASURES? GARETH PENDER AND CATHERINE MORGAN SCHOOL OF ENERGY, GEOSCIENCE, INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOCIETY, HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY, EDINBURGHGarry Pender (Edinburgh, UK), Catherine Morgan
FLOOD RISK: WHAT ROLE FOR NATURAL FLOOD MANAGEMENT MEASURES? GARETH PENDER AND CATHERINE MORGAN HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY Garry Pender (Edinburgh, UK), Catherine Morgan
FLOOD RECOVERY MECHANISMS: THEIR ROLE IN DELIVERING ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT OF FLOOD RISKSally Priest (London, UK), Edmund Penning-Rowsell
FLOOD AND SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT IN KOSI RIVER DIlip Kumar (Patna, India)
FLOOD AND EROSION MANAGEMENT IN BANGLADESHMonowar Hossain (Dhaka), Bushra Dutti
FINANCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR ASSESING INVESTMENT IN WATER FOR AGRICULTURE AND ENERGYMaher Salman (Rome, Italy), Alba Martinez, Claudia Casarotto, Leonora Lorena
FINANCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR ASSESING INVESTMENT IN WATER FOR AGRICULTURE AND ENERGY MAHER SALMAN, CLAUDIA CASAROTTO, ALBA MARTINEZ, LEONORA LEONORAMaher Salman (Rome, Italy)
FENTON PROCESS FOR THE PURIFICATION OF POLLUTED WATERSE. Burcu Ozkaraova Gungor (Samsun, Turkey), Ayse Kuleyin, Feryal Akbal, M. Oya Orkun, Dilek Gi¼mi¼&#;
FECAL SLUDGE MANAGEMENT IN A UNIQUE ENVIRONMENT AND SCOPE OF REUSE: WAYS TO RECOVER RESOURCES AND TO REDUCE WASH-BORNE RISKS, HAZARDS AND VULNERABILITY IN MONGOLIA Sayed Mohammad Nazim Uddin (Beijing, China, Peoples Republic), Jean Lapegue, Zifu Li, Jan Franklin Adamowski
FARMERS' PERCEPTIONS OF SCOTLAND'S DIFFUSE WATER POLLUTION REGULATIONS IN THE EYE WATER AND PEASE BAY PRIORITY CATCHMENTKimberly McLeod (Geneva, Switzerland)
FACTORS AFFECTING WATER DEMAND AND CONSUMPTION IN UAEMohamed Mohamed (AlAin)
FACTOR ANALYSIS OF URBAN RAIN GARDEN HYDROLOGY PERFORMANCEYanan Ma, Deborah O'Bannon
EXTRACTING AND ANALYSING SILVER NANOPARTICLES FROM NATURAL ENVIRONMENTSAzibar Rodriguez, Margaret Graham, Geert Cornelis, Helfrid Schulte-Herbruggen
EXTENDING MUNICIPAL WATER DEMAND FORECASTING CAPACITIES BY INCORPORATING BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSES TO PRICING AND OTHER POLICY MEASURESSteven Renzetti (St Catharines, Canada), Diane Dupont, James Price
EXPLORING WATER TENURE AND THE BENEFITS OF A WATER TENURE APPROACH Stephen Hodgson (Rixensart, Belgium)
EXPLORING THE TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN IRRIGATION AND DRINKING WATER SUPPLY UNDER MULTI-USE WATER SYSTEM IN ETHIOPIAMuhammed Usman (Bonn, Germany), Evita Pangaribowo
EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL OF WATER RIGHTS AND ENERGY PRICING FOR SUSTAINABLE USE OF GROUNDWATER FOR IRRIGATION IN INDIANitin Bassi
EXPLORING THE IMPACTS OF CASH TRANSFERS ON HOUSEHOLD VULNERABILITY IN AMAZON ESTUARY REGION OF BRAZIL--AN AGENT-BASED SIMULATIONYue Dou, Peter Deadman, Oriana Almeida, Sergio Rivero, Nathan Vogt
EXPLORING AN APPROPRIATE RURAL WATER INFRASTRUCTURE ASSET MANAGEMENT IN GHANATyhra Kumasi (Accra, Ghana), Peter Burr
EXPLORING ALTERNATIVE SPACES OF WASH BEHAVIORS AMONG MIGRANTS IN UKEmmanuel Akpabio (Uyo), Kaoru Takara
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE ENERGY DISSIPATION IN THE STEPPED CHANNELS: COMPARISON WITH THE EMPIRICAL MODELMostefa Gafsi (Laghouat, Algeria), Kettab Ahmed, Djehiche Abdelkader, Benmamar Saadia, BENNAi‡AR Naoual
EXPERIMENTAL AND MODELLING OF NITROGEN COMPOUNDS FATE AND TRANSPORT IN GROUNDWATER, MEKALA C & INDUMATHI M NAMBI RESEARCH SCHOLAR & ASSO PROF, EWRE DIVISION, CIVIL DEPARTMENT, IIT MADRAS mekala c (chennai, India)
EVALUATION OF MAJOR AND MINOR COMPONENTS IN DAKAHLIA WATER RESOURCES FOR DRINKING PURPOSES Raafat Abdeldayem (Mansoura, Egypt)
EVALUATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON LOWER EUPHRATES IRRIGATIONS IN GAP PROJECTSRemziye YILDIZ GiœLA&#;ACI, Hi¼seyin Sefa HIZLI, Esra AYDINi–Z
EVALUATION DE L'IMPACT DE LA PARTICIPATION PAYSANNE DANS LES AMéNAGEMENTS HYDRO-AGRICOLES (CAS DES PROGRAMMES DE FORMATION PMH NORD MAROCAIN)Berrhazi RIDOUANE (Casablanca, Maroc)
EVALUATING THE ROBUSTNESS OF LARGE SPECIES TREE COMBINED DRAINAGE SYSTEM FOR MANAGING STORMWATER IN URBAN AREAS.Alison Duffy (Dundee, UK), Juliette O'Keeffe, Elizabeth Prosser, Kate Heal, Dean Bowie, James Dalrymple
EVALUATING THE INFORMATION VALUE OF THE SCOTTISH HYDROMETRIC NETWORK FOR SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN SCOTLAND.Richard Gosling, Richard Morris
ESTIMATION OF DOMESTIC DEMAND FOR DRINKING WATER IN ALGERIA Ali ZEGGAGH (BEJAIA, Albania), Ali ZEGGAGH, Ali ZEGGAGH
ESTIMATION AND MANAGEMENT OF ANNUAL RUNOFF OF VEDI RIVER Varduhi Margaryan (Yerevan, Argentina)
ESTIMATION AND CONDITION OF GROUNDWATER RECHARGE IN SEMI-ARID ZONEYOUSFI Somia (Albania), KERZABI Rachid, Mansour Hamidi, Mudry Jacques
ESTIMATING THE VALUE OF WATER IN THE CHILEAN INDUSTRY: A MARGINAL PRODUCTIVITY APPROACHleonardo vargas ovando, Felipe vasquez lavin, Roberto Ponce Oliva
ESTIMATING THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN RESIDENTIAL WATER DEMAND IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY USING A DISCRETE/CONTINUOUS CHOICE MODEL.alejandra Chovar Vera (Concepción, Chile), Felipe Vasquez Lavin, Roberto Ponce Oliva
ESSENTIAL TOOLS TO ESTABLISH A COMPREHENSIVE DROUGHT MANAGEMENT PLAN: KONYA CLOSED BASIN AS A CASE STUDY Emre KOKEN (Ankara, Turkey), Mustafa Berk DUYGU, Bilal KIRMENCIOGLU, Maruf ARAS
EQUITY IN ECO-SERVICES FOR IMPROVED MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES FOR COMMUNITY, INDUSTRY AND THE ENVIRONMENT.Neil Coles, Linda Reid, Mark Rivers, Neil McIntyre
EQUITABLE USE OF NILE BASIN WATER RESOURCES AMIDST UNCERTAINTIESAbby Onencan (Delft, Netherlands), Bert Enserink, Leon Hermans
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF AN INNOVATIVE SCHEME FOR THE CO-MANAGEMENT OF WASTEWATER AND DOMESTIC ORGANIC WASTE IN SMALL COMMUNITIES Luci­a Lijó, Sara González-Garci­a, Evina Katsou, Simos Malamis, Francesco Fatone, Gumersindo Feijoo, Mari­a Teresa Moreira
ENTREPRENEURIAL AND PARTNERSHIP MODE OF WASTEWATER REUSE IN UGANDAFrederick Kakembo (Kampala, Uganda), Frederick Kakembo
ENTERPRISE RISK AND COST MODELLING IN THE WATER UTILITY SECTOR: A CASE STUDY OF YORKSHIRE WATERCraig Mauelshagen (Cullingworth, UK), Stephen Herndlhofer, Richard Martin, Pieter Jonas, Niki Roach
ENERGY FROM MINE WATERS; A RENEWABLE HEAT SOLUTION FOR GLASGOWEmma Church (Glasgow, UK), Nicholas Hytiris, Rohinton Emmanuel
ENERGY EFFICIENCY EFFECTS OF GREEN ROOFS IN BUILDINGS. AN EXPERIMENTAL ASSESSMENT FOR MEDITERRANEAN AREAS.David Alfonso, Elisa Peñalvo, ingel Pérez-Navarro, Iván Valencia
ENERGY AND WATER - SCOTTISH WATER'S APPROACH TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENTChristopher Toop (Dunfermline, UK)
EMPIRICAL TRENDS IN HYDROLOGIC RESPONSE TO RAIN EVENTS IN URBANIZING WATERSHEDS IN THE TORONTO REGION OF THE GREAT LAKES BASIN, CANADAMary Trudeau (Ottawa, Canada), Murray Richardson
EMERGENT URBAN HYDRO (IN)SECURITIES AROUND THE WORLDChad Staddon, Sean Langberg and Robert Sarkozi
ELICITING PUBLIC ACCEPTANCE OF HYDROPOWER EXPANSION IN SWITZERLAND
EFFICIENCY OF MODIFIED CLAYS IN WATER SOFTENINGRoberto Lima (Natal/RN, Brazil), Vitor Greati, ilex Santos, Rayane Medeiros, Paulo Lima, Valter Fernandes Junior
EFFECTS OF REGULATED SURFACE WATER MARKETS ON FARMERS´ WUE LOCATED AT LIMARí VALLEY (LV) (CHILE)Guillermo Donoso (Santiago, Chile), Maria Molinos, Oscar Melo, Oscar Cristi, Ramon Sala-Garrido
EFFECTS OF HEAVY METAL POLLUTION ON BIODIVERSITY IN ANDEAN WETLANDS FROM BOLIVIAAlejandra Domic (La Paz, Bolivia), Rosa Isela Meneses, Susi Losa, Jorge Molina, Paula Pacheco
EFFECT OF URBANIZATION ON AQUATIC-SYSTEM DEGRADATIONSaed Shannak (Dallas, USA), Fouad Jaber
EFFECT AND IMPLICATIONS OF THE JOINT OPERATION OF THREE GORGES CASCADE RESERVOIRS AND QINGJIANG CASCADE RESERVOIRS, CHINAYizi Shang (Beijing), Jianghua Wang, yong zhao
ECOSYSTEM SERVICES-BASED APPROACHES TO WATER MANAGEMENT : WHAT OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR BUSINESS?
ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND WFD IMPLEMENTATION IN SCOTLANDDr Rebecca Badger Environmental Economist Scottish Environment Protection Agency
ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE AT RIVER BASIN SCALE: INSIGHTS FROM AN HYDRO-ECONOMIC MODELFelipe Vasquez Lavin (Concepción, Chile), Roberto Ponce Oliva
ECONOMIC COSTS OF WATER POLLUTION ON RURAL LIVELIHOODSRAJENDRA PODDAR (DHARWAD, India), SHWETA BYAHATTI
ECOLOGICALLY ENGINEERED PASSIVE TREATMENT EFFECTIVELY ADDRESSES METAL-CONTAMINATED WATERS Robert Nairn (Norman, USA)
ECOLOGICAL RISKS OF EMERGING CONTAMINANTS IN IKPA RIVER BASIN, NIGERIANnanake-Abasi OFFIONG, Edu Inam, Suil Kang, Paul Yang, Joseph Essien
EBOLA VIRUS OUTBREAK IN NIGERIA: THE PLACE OF WATER AND LANGUAGELinda Nkamigbo (Awka)
E-GOVERNANCE INITIATIVES FOR EFFECTIVE WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT-A CASE STUDY OF MAHARASHTRA Pravin Kolhe (Pune, India), T.N. Munde, Purnima Desai, Malini Shankar
DRY-SEASON WATER ALLOCATION & RESILIENCE TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN THAILANDAksara Putthividhya, Mari Takeda
DROUGHT CHARACTERISTICS CORRESPONDING TO LARGE-SCALE TELECONNECTION Joo-Heon Lee, Jong-Suk Kim, Young-Il Moon
DRINKING WATER QUALITY STATUS SUPPLIED IN RAWALPINDI/ISLAMABAD AND ADJOINING AREAS DURING 2013 Jamal Nasir (Islamabad, Pakistan)
DOMESTIC WATER USES AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES: A CASE STUDY IN CATALONIA Maria Vallès Casas, David Saurí­ Pujol
DOMESTIC GROUNDWATER EXEMPT USES COMPETING NONEXEMPT AND EXEMPT USES PUT PRESSURE ON EXISTING WATER RIGHTS IN WESTERN STATES: WILL RIGHT FOR WATER FOR HUMANS TRUMP PRIOR APPROPRIATION DOCTRINELaura Schroeder (Portland, USA), Therese Ure
DOES THE MJO IMPACT DRY SPELLS IN THE CENTRAL PERUVIAN ANDES?Juan Sulca, Paul Roundy, Mathias Vuille
DIVERSIFICATION OF FLOOD RISKS MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES, AN EXPLORATION OF GOVERNANCE CHALLENGESCarel Dieperink, Peter Driessen, Dries Hegger, Marloes Bakker
DIURNAL VARIATION OF BACTERIAL COMMUNITIES IN DRINKING WATER SYSTEMS OVER A SMALL SPATIAL SCALE.Quyen Bautista de Los Santos (Glasgow, UK), Joanna Schroeder, Oliver Blakemore, William Sloan, Ameet Pinto
DISINTEGRATING IWRM - A BOTTOM-UP WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT APPROACH IN A SMALL WATERSHED, SOUTHERN MALAWIXueliang Cai (Pretoria, South Africa)
DIFFUSION OF SMALL-SCALE PUMP IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGIES: EVALUATING ADOPTION PROCESSES IN MALAWIJean Mtethiwa (Bedfordshire, UK), Keith Weatherhead, Jerry Knox
DEVELOPMENT OF HOUSEHOLD DEFLUORIDATION UNIT BASED ON CRUSHED BURNT CLAY POT AS SORBENT MEDIUM: A CASE OF KEREN COMMUNITY, ERITREA Beraki Mehari (Keren, Eritrea), Beraki Bahre Mehari, Alfred O. Mayabi, Beatrice K. Kakoi
DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL TRANSBOUNDARY AGREEMENT Malcolm Gander
DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF BIOANALYTICAL TOOLS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF EMERGING CONTAMINANTS IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT RACHEL GOMES, SHRIDHARAN PARTHASARATHY, CATHERINE ORTORI, DAVID BARRETT
DETERMINATION OF ERYTHROMYCIN AND ITS DEGRADATION PRODUCTS IN RIVERS USING FREEZE DRYING AND LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY<DASH>TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRYKiana Kargar, John MacLachlan, Moyra McNaughtan, Joanne Roberts
DESTABILIZING PRIVATE WATER RIGHTS IN CHILEJessica Budds (Norwich, UK)
DESIGNING DESALINATION PLANT FOR GROUNDWATER AND SEAWATER BY USING AN EVAPORATION-CONDENSATION SYSTEM WITH SOLAR CELLS.Yenny Fernanda Urrego Pereira, Doris Carmenza Céspedes Reina, Juan Carlos Mosos Campos
DESALINATION INTEGRATION WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ABATEMENT IN MENA REGIONEman Salama (El Kanater, Egypt)
DEMAND FOR DOMESTIC PIPE-WATER SERVICES IN URBAN GHANAAnthony Amoah (Norwich, UK)
DELIVERING HYDROLOGIC DATA ON YOUR DESKTOP FROM A ROBOTIC WATER MONITORING PLATFORM Nuno Charneca, José Rocha, João Rogeiro, Anabela Oliveira
DEFINING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES-BASED APPROACHESKlaus Glenk, Julia Martin- Ortega, Didac Jorda- Capdevila & Kirsty Holstead
DEEP-SEATED CHALLENGES TO WATER SECTOR AND HUMAN LIFE IN PAKISTANMuhammad Jahangir, Muhammad Wasif Bashi Babar
DECONSTRUCTING THE DISCOURSE OF STATE-LED WATER GRABS: THE CASE OF THE EBROEd Atkins (Bristol, UK)
DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR PROACTIVE MAINTENANCE OF EARTHWORKS ASSETSLina Stankovic, Georgia Elafoudi, Christos Tachtatzis, Ivan Andonovic, George Cassels, Andrew Fickling
DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR PREDICTION OF EARTHWORKS FAILURESGeorgia Elafoudi, Christos Tachtatzis, Lina Stankovic, Ivan Andonovic
DEALING WITH POOR DRINKING WATER QUALITY IN PRIVATE WELLS: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A COMMUNICATION STRATEGY IN INFLUENCING BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE.Darragh Page, Margaret Keegan
DATA AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN TRANSBOUNDARY WATER GOVERNANCETHE MAURI RIVER CASEPaula Pacheco Mollinedo (La Paz, Bolivia), Juan Carlos Sanchez
DAMS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW: THE CASE OF THE BELO MONTE DAM Mara Tignino (Geneva, Switzerland)
DAMMING ABBAY: AN EASTERN NILE SHIFT? AN UPSTREAM PERSPECTIVEAkewak Gobosho (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), Akewak Gobosho, Hermen Smit, Peiter Vander Zaag
DAM GOVERNANCE IN CENTRAL ASIA: A REVIEW OF CURRENT TRADE-OFFS, FUTURE CHALLENGES, AND PROSPECTS FOR COOPERATIONZulfiya Mamatova (Wageningen, Netherlands), Art Dewulf, Dilshod Ibrokhimov
DAIRYWATER: SUSTAINABILITY AND RESOURCE EFFICIENCY FOR THE IRISH DAIRY PROCESSING INDUSTRYWilliam Finnegan, Eoghan Clifford, Alan Dobson, Jamie Goggins, Song Miao, Neil Rowan, Liwen Xiao, Xinmin Zhan
CURVILINEAR MODEL OF SHALLOW WATER EQUATIONS IN OPEN CHANNELSMohammad Jalali
CURRENT POLICIES AND PRACTICES OF WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN CHINAYiwen Wang, Hongxian Liu, Chao Ma
CRYPTOSPORIDIUM IN THE CAIRNGORMS – A WHOLE CATCHMENT APPROACH
CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF 'STREAM DAYLIGHTING' AS AN APPROACH FOR RENATURALIZATION OF RIVERINE SYSTEMS IN URBAN AREAS: AYAMAMA STREAM CASEMeltem DELIBAS, Azime TEZER
CREATING POLICY AROUND HOW CITIES OUTSOURCE WATER: DISAGGREGATING VIRTUAL WATER TRADE TO THE WATERSHED LEVEL TO INCREASE MUNICIPAL RESILIENCERichard Rushforth (Phoenix, USA)
COUPLED FLOOD MODELLING OF A SEVERELY FLOOD-PRONE COASTAL MEGACITY CONSIDERING COMBINED FLASH AND TIDAL FLOODING - A CASE STUDY OF MUMBAI, INDIA
COTTONING ONTO NOVEL ADSORBENTS: MODIFIED COTTON FOR REMEDIATION OF COPPER FROM THE WATER MATRIX USING RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY (RSM) AND ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK (ANN)Nor Hazren Abdul Hamid, Youla Jenidi, Joshua Pilkington, Wim Thielemans, Christopher Somerfield, Rachel Gomes
COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF REMOVING MICROPOLLUTANTS FROM WASTEWATERIvana Logar (Di¼bendorf, Switzerland), Roy Brouwer, Max Maurer, Christoph Ort
CORRELATING BIOCHEMICAL AND CHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND OF INFLUENTS AND EFFLUENTS - A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS IN THE GAZA STRIP, PALESTINESalem Gharbia, Francesco Pilla, Abdalkarim Gharbia
CORPORATE WATER STEWARDSHIP AND CORPORATE ENGAGEMENT IN WATER MANAGEMENT, POLITICS AND GOVERNANCE: A LEGITIMACY FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYSIS Suvi Sojamo, Nick Hepworth, Jeroen Warner
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND EFFICIENCY OF ITALIAN WATER UTILITIESGiulia Romano, Nicola Salvati, Andrea Guerrini
COOPERATION AND CONFLICT ON THE NILE RIVER BASIN: A HYDRO-MENTALITY APPROACH WOndwosen Seide (Djibouti, Djibouti)
CONTROL OF BRAHMAPUTRA'S HYDROLOGICAL DYNAMICS V/S PEASANT MOBILITY: HOW TO ADAPT UNDER CONSTRAINTS?Emilie CREMIN, Stéphane GRIVEL
CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR TO SUSTAINABLE WATER AND AGRICULTURE MANAGEMENTDave Grant
CONTAMINANT LEACHING IN BOTTLED WATERS: A THREAT TO GLOBAL WATER SECURITY Candace Rowell (Doha, Qatar), Nora Kuiper, Hugues Preud'Homme, Basem Shomar
CONSUMER DEMOCRACY - STRENGTHENING THE VOICE OF CONSUMERS IN THE WATER INDUSTRYSarah Beattie-Smith (EDINBURGH, UK), Robert McGeachy, Gail Walker, Graeme Barton
CONSIDERING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES LOSS INTO THE PRICE OF HYDROPOWER IN CHINAQinhua Fang (Xiamen, China, Peoples Republic)
CONSERVATIVE AND NON-CONSERVATIVE TRACER STUDIES TOWARD MEASURING EFFECT OF AGRICULTURAL LAND USE ON RIPARIAN BUFFER FUNCTIONBonnie Robertson, Sheng Li, Sanjayan Satchithanantham, Xing Zisheng, Josee Owen
CONSERVATION OF WATER RESOURCES IN KENYA AS PRIME MOVER TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SECURITYEdwin Ikitoo (Nairobi, Kenya), Edwin Ikitoo
CONNECTING THE DOTS: A UNIFYING THEORY FOR WATER ENGINEERINGProfessor Vijay P. Singh
CONFLICTS RELATED TO WATER SERVICES IN TUNISIALaurence Morin (Montréal, Qc, Canada)
CONFLICTS OVER WATER MANAGEMENT OF CANTAREIRA SYSTEM IN SAO PAULO METROPOLITAN AREA, BRAZIL (2004-2014)Ana Fracalanza (São Paulo, Brazil), Katia Ochsenhofer, Paulo Almeida, Adilson Trindade Junior
COMPULSORY LICENSING UNDER SOUTH AFRICA'S NATIONAL WATER ACTMichael Kidd (Scottsville)
COMPARING THE INCOMPARABLE: VALUING WATER ALLOCATED TO THE ENVIRONMENTBrian Davidson (Melbourne, Australia), Hector Malano, Yong Ping Wei
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WASTEWATER TREATMENT REGIMES IN SOUTH AFRICA Phillipa Kanyoka (Bonn, Germany), Djiby Thiam
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL FLOWS AND ECOLOGICAL FLOWS IN THE CHINCHINA RIVER BASIN, COLOMBIAJorge Velez, Olga Ocampo, Matthew Wahl, Diana Giraldo, Elizabeth Sanchez
COMMUNITY BASED PROVISION OF WATER SERVICES THROUGH A HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER LENS Oscar Flores Baquero, Paula Novo Nuñez, Alejandro Jiménez Fdez de Palencia, Agusti­ Pérez-Foguet
COLLABORATION AT ITS BEST -- HOW TO ACHIEVE A SUCCESSFUL KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER PARTNERSHIPDeborah Gee (Dunfermline, UK), Graeme Blair, Travis Poole
COASTAL AQUIFERS OF ALGERIA: A CONTRIBUTION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL STRATEGY OF THE ICZM Abdelhamid Haouchine (Algiers, Algeria), Fatima-Zohra Haouchine, Rachid Nedjai
CLIMATE-SMART LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT IN NORTH-EAST INDIA: DETERMINING THE INFLUENCE OF CLIMATIC VARIABLES ON TEA PRODUCTIONSukanya Saikia, Niladri Gupta, Eloise M. Biggs, John Duncan
CLIMATE RESILIENCE -- UNDERSTANDING AND ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE WATER SECTOR Mark Williams (Dunfermline, UK)
CLIMATE CHANGES CHALLENGES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION: WHAT ABOUT LOCAL AWARENESS?ISABELLE LA JEUNESSE (Tours, France), Claudia Cirelli, Philippe Quevauviller
CLIMATE CHANGE, WATER SUPPLY AND AGRICULTURE IN THE ARID WESTERN U.S.Scott Lowe (Boise, USA), Zeynep Hansen, Gary Libecap, Wenchao Xu
CLIMATE CHANGE, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GOOD WATER GOVERNANCEFrancesco Sindico, Stephanie Switzer, Mallory Orme, Zoi« Cuthbert, Julie Gibson, Friederike During, Nicola Crook, Andrew Walters, Renice
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CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT AND ADAPTIVE WATER MANAGEMENT FOR MAJOR RIVER BASINS IN CHINAJun Xia (Wuhan, China, Peoples Republic)
CLIMATE CHANGE AND WATER GOVERNANCE AT THE LOCAL LEVEL: RETHINKING STATE POLICIES AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATIONOsvaldo Jordan (Panama City, Panama)
CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION STRATEGY FOR THE NAM NGUM RIVER BASIN, LAOSJagath Kaluarachchi (Logan, USA), Dumindu Jayasekera
CLIM CHANGE,WATER SCARCITY ON AGRICULTURE AND THE ECONOMY-WIDE IMPACTSRoberto Ponce (Concepcion)
CHROMIUM RECOVERY FROM ELECTROPLATING INDUSTRY WASTEWATERS USING METAL EXCHANGE PROCESS Abdelaziz Gherrou (Montreal, Canada)
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SPRING DROUGHT CORRESPONDING TO LARGE-SCALE TEL
CHARACTERISING DROUGHT IN BEAS RIVER BASIN USING STANDARDISED RUNOFF INDEXAdebayo Adeloye, Soundharajan Bankaru Swamy
CHANGING THE PARADIGM - REDIAGNOSING WATER SERVICE DELIVERY AS A "WICKED PLANNING PROBLEM" USING INDIA AS A CASEASAVARI DEVADIGA (BERKELEY, USA)
CHANGING FARMERS' BEHAVIOR FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER USE - POLICY PROPOSAL BASED ON WTP SURVEY IN TURKEYHironori Hamasaki (Nagasaki), Ufuk Gultekin
CHALLENGING BUSINESS NOTIONS OF REGULATORY WATER RISK: PROPOSING AN ALTERNATIVE GOOD GOVERNANCE PARADIGM LALANATH DE SILVA, TIEN SHIAO AND JESSE WORKERLalanath de Silva, Tien Shiao, Jesse Worker
CHALLENGES OF WATER GOVERNANCE: DEVELOPING SHALLOW GROUNDWATER RESOURCES FOR SMALL-SCALE IRRIGATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAJohn Gowing, Geoff Parkin, Jaime Amezaga, Liz Oughton, Nathan Forsyth
CHALLENGES OF DOING SOMETHING NEW:BARRIERS TO NATURAL FLOOD MANAGEMENTKirsty Holstead, Jonathan Hopkins, Kerry Waylen
CHALLENGES IN FLOOD DISASTERS MANAGEMENT IN MALAYSIAWeng Chan (Minden, Malaysia)
CHALLENGES AND STRATEGY FOR WATER SECURITY IN CHINALI Yuanyuan
CENTRALISED VERSUS DECENTRALISED PLANNING OF DESALINATED WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM Maedeh P.Shahabi, Adam McHugh, Martin Anda, Goen Ho
CATCHMENT SYSTEMS SCIENCE: UNDERPINNING COMPLEX MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORKSPaul Quinn (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK), Kit Macleod
CATCHMENT MODELLING OF PESTICIDE CONTAMINATION RISK IN EAST ANGLIA, UKNicola Nineham, Frances Elwell, Jenny Naicker, Simon Eyre
CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT - MOVING FORWARDBob Ferrier, Alan Jenkins
CAPACITY-BUILDING NEEDS IN ALBERTA'S WATER GOVERNANCE STRUCTUREWei Xu, Henning Bjornlund, Amber Zary, Tom Johnston, Ivan Townshend
CAN WATER USERS' ASSOCIATION (WUA) ENABLE GOOD GOVERNANCE IN CHINA?Haiyan Yu (OXford, UK)
CAN COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE HELP REDUCE FORESTRY IMPACT ON WATER QUALITY? A STUDY IN NORTH SWEDEN Katarina Eckerberg, Hjalmar Laudon, Ragna Lestander, Irina Mancheva
BULK WATER TRANSFERS: PANACEA OR TEMPORARY PATCH?Gabriel Eckstein, Renee Martin-Nagle
BUILDING THE DIFFICULT BALANCE BETWEEN DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT: THE KISHENGANGA CASE (PAKISTAN V INDIA)Lilian Laborde (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
BUILDING ROBUST STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT THROUGH STAKEHOLDER-INFORMED SCENARIO DEVELOPMENTIrene Blanco-Gutiérrez, Paloma Esteve, Consuelo Varela-Ortega
BUILDING COMMUNITY FLOOD RESILIENCE THROUGH INNOVATIVE COMMUNICATION Grant Wright (Edinburgh, UK), Debi Garft, Lorna Bryce
BUILDING CAPACITIES FOR IMPROVED WATER INTEGRITYDr. Håkan Tropp - Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)
BUILDING A MODEL FOR STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION IN WATER PROJECTS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES OF SOUTHEAST NIGERIAOliver Odikamnoro (Abakaliki, Nigeria), Anita Meldrum
BLUE GOLD: HOW VALUABLE IS WATER REALLY? A CASE STUDY IN AUSTRALIAHenning Bjornlund (Adelaide, Australia), Sarah Wheeler, Zuo Alec
BIOREMEDIATION OF POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYL (PCBS) CONTAMINATED SOILS: A CASE STUDY AT RIETVLEI FARM BOREHOLE NO. 11, LIMPOPO PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA.David Sengani (Pretoria ), Natasha Potgieter, Paul Mojapelo
BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES FOR THE REMOVAL OF ORGANIC XENOBIOTICS FROM WASTEWATERS Adamu Rasheed, Davide Dionisi
BEYOND THE DRAINAGE BASIN Julie Howden (Tomasjord, Norway)
BEYOND IWRM: ENABLING COLLABORATIVE WATERSHED SCALE DECISION MAKINGDavid Hill (Lethbridge, Canada)
BALANCING THE CHALLENGES OF LEGACY SUDS IN SCOTLAND Roy Middleton, Doug Buchan, Stuart Cullen, Maria Lucey
BALANCING ECOSYSTEM RECOVERY AND WATER SUPPLY IN A HIGHLY MODIFIED ENVIRONMENT: THE CALIFORNIA STORYDavid Zippin
BACTERIOLOGICAL QUALITY OF THE WATER USED IN FOOD-PROCESSING INDUSTRIES IN THE NORTH OF MOROCCOElhoucinE HAIJOUBI, Fatiha BENYAHYA, Abdrezzak BENDAHOU, Mohcine BENNANI MECHITA, Naima GHAILANI NOUROUTI, Amina BARAKAT
AUTOMATED FAULT DETECTION AND DIAGNOSIS TOOLS TO INFORM EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF WATER SUPPLY INFRASTRUCTURE.
AUGMENTED REALITY FOR VISUALISATION OF FLOODSPaul Haynes, Eckart Lange, Sigrid Hehl-Lange
ATATURK DAM LAKE AND IRRIGATIONS' EFFECT ON CLIMATIC PARAMETERS OF ŞANLIURFA WITHIN GAP PROJECTEsra AYDINi–Z, Remziye Yildiz GÜLAĞACI, Hi¼seyin Sefa HIZLI, Feride ALTINGi–Z
ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY INDEX OF AN URBAN LAKE: IMPLICATIONS FOR WETLAND MANAGEMENT IN INDIANitin Bassi, M. Dinesh Kumar
ASSESSMENT OF VULNERABILITY OF ARUNACHAL PRADESH (INDIA) TO FLOODS Aditi Bhadra, Arnab Bandyopadhyay, Sanayanbi Hodam
ASSESSMENT OF THE WATER FOOTPRINT OF A MOBILE PHONE -- THE NEED FOR A STANDARDIZED METHODLuci­a Lijó, Theoni Massara, Mari­a Teresa Moreira, Evina Katsou
ASSESSMENT OF THE BENEFITS, OBSTACLES AND RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH POTENTIAL DIRECT POTABLE WATER REUSE IN AUSTRALIAStuart Khan (University of New South Wales, Australia), David de Haas, Greg Finlayson
ASSESSMENT OF SPATIAL PATTERNS IN NITROGEN DYNAMICS IN A CATCHMENT, THE PORSUK, CENTRAL ANATOLIAE. Burcu Ozkaraova Gungor, Ozgur Cakmak
ASSESSMENT OF PESTICIDES CONTAMINATION IN A CATCHMENT BY POLAR ORGANIC CHEMICAL INTEGRATIVE SAMPLERZulin Zhang, Mark Osprey, Christine Kerr
ASSESSMENT OF NATIONAL WATER FOOTPRINT VERSUS WATER AVAILABILITY: CASE STUDY FOR EGYPTHanan Farag (Qaloubia, Egypt), Maha Tawfik, Hussam Fahmy
ASSESSMENT OF DISPROPORTIONATE COSTS IN WATER MANAGEMENT IN THE LIGHT OF EU WFDJan Machac, Jirina Jilkova
ASSESSING WATER SUPPLY AND DEMAND VULNERABILITIES WITHIN THE WATER-ENERGY-FOOD NEXUS: A QUANTITATIVE PERSPECTIVE FROM WESTERN AUSTRALIAEloise Biggs, Bryan Boruff, Natasha Pauli, Julian Clifton, Nik Callow
ASSESSING TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN HYDROPOWER PRODUCTION AND FLOOD CONTROL IN THE DAL<AUML C>LVEN RIVER BASIN, SWEDENAndrea Bottacin-Busolin, Anders Wörman
ASSESSING THE ROLE OF RUNOFF ATTENUATION FEATURES IN MANAGING FLOOD RUNOFF FOR MULTIPLE BENEFITSMark Wilkinson, Paul Quinn, Steve Addy, Nicholas Barber, Sohan Ghimire, Marc Stutter
ASSESSING THE IMPACTS OF LOW FLOWS ON MACROPHYTES AND BENTHIC- MACRO INVETEBRATEJennifer Garbe (Edinburgh, UK), Lindsay Beevers, Gareth Pender
ASSESSING THE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WATER RESOURCES OF JORDANNezar Hammouri, Fayez Abdulla, Hani Abu Qudais, Muwafaq Freiwan
ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ON SUSTAINABILITY OF WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE DEVELOPMENT IN LAHORE PAKISTANMuhammad Wasif Babar (Faisalabad, Pakistan), Malik Nazir Ahmad Wattoo
ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ON SUSTAINABILITY OF DRINKING WATER SANITATION HEALTH IN LAHORE PAKISTANMuhammad Wasif Bashir Babar (Mr),
ASIA'S GROWTH IN GLOBAL AGRICULTUREMartin Keulertz
ARTIFICIAL PROTOCELLS FOR WATER REMEDIATIONJulien Reboud, Hang Zhao, Kimia Mohammadi, David Paterson, Ellie Puleine, Huabing Yin, Jonathan M. Cooper
ARSENIC REMOVAL FROM WATER USING INDUSTRIAL STEEL WOOLFernando Yonni (Ciudad Autonoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina), Alejandro Moschetto, Hector Fasoli, Horacio Alvarez, Alberto Parizzia, Alberto Parizzia
ARGS IN WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN GLASGOW: DOES THE PROBLEM REALLY EXIST?Charles Knapp, SADIA KHAN, Tara Beattie
ARE PARTICIPANTS IN WATER MARKETS MORE EFFICIENT IN THE USE OF WATER THAN NON-PARTICIPANTS?: A CASE STUDY FOR LIMARí VALLEY (CHILE)Guillermo Donoso
ARAL SEA BASIN: IRRIGATED LANDS AND SALT ACCUMULATION PROCESSES RYSBEKOV YU.KHAI HEAD OF TRAINING CENTER OF SCIENTIFIC-INFORMATION CENTER OF ICWC OF CENTRAL ASIA <YUSUPRYSBEKOV@ICWC-ARALYusup Rysbekov (Tashkent,, Uzbekistan), Yusup Rysbekov
AQUEDUCT GLOBAL FLOOD RISK ANALYZER - ASSESSING CURRENT AND FUTURE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF RIVER FLOOD WORLDWIDETianyi Luo, Hessel Winsemius, Philip Ward
APTITUDE OF TREATED WASTEWATER AND SEWAGE SLUDGE OF WWTP OF MEDEA TO THE REUSE IN AGRICULTUREAhmed KETTAB (Algiers, Algeria), Salah KAREF
APPROACH TO SMALL DAM'S SILTATION STUDY IN ARID AREAS OF MOROCCO: PARAMETERS IDENTIFICATION AND STATISTICAL ANALYSISNaima Alahiane, Ahmed Elmouden, Abderrahmane Aitlhaj
APPLYING THE DPSIR FRAMEWORK FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT OF THE AFLAJ SYSTEM IN AL JABAL AL AKHDAR, SULTANATE OF OMANMohammed Al-Kalbani (PH NX, UK)
APPLICATIONS OF MICROFLUIDICS IN WATERBORNE PATHOGEN MONITORINGDr Helen Bridle
APPLICATION OF FORWARD OSMOSIS ON MICROALGAE HARVESTING XUE JIN (GLASGOW, UK), Mathieu Larronde-Larretche
APPLICATION OF AN UNMANNED SURFACE VESSEL WITH ULTRASONIC, ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY SYSTEM TO (MAP AND) CONTROL BLUE-GREEN ALGAE (CYANOBACTERIA) Lisa Brand (Zoetermeer, Netherlands), Mark Haffey
APPLICATION OF A 2D HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL FOR FLOOD INUNDATION MAPPING
ANALYZING AGRICULTURE-WATER LINKS AT BASIN SCALERoberto Ponce (Concepcion, Chile), Felipe Vasquez, Diego Rivera
ANALYSIS OF WATER TARIFF STRUCTURE IN SANTA CRUZ ISLAND (GALAPAGOS ARCHIPELAGO) Maria Reyes, MSc.
ANALYSIS OF THE UNCERTAINTY IN THE MONETARY VALUATION OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES -- A CASE STUDY AT THE RIVER BASIN SCALEGuy Ziv, Laurie Boithias, Marta Terrado, Lluis Corominas, Vikas Kumar, Montse Marquéss, Marta Schuhmacher, Vicenç Acuña
ANALYSIS OF HEAVY METALS IN CANAL SEDIMENTS TO GAIN A BETTER INSIGHT INTO CURRENT AND FUTURE CANAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGIESIan Clark (Nottingham, UK)
AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION STRATEGIES
AN INNOVATIVE SUSTAINABLE UTILIZATION OF NATURAL WATER RESOURCES AND SUCCESSFUL STRATEGY OF INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES FOR POVERTY REDUCTION BY INLAND FISHERIES PRACTICES IN PAKISTANMuhammad Wasif Bashi Babar
AN EXPERIENCE OF MODELING THE WINTER WHEAT YIELD IN UKRAINE USING SATELLITE-BASED VEGETATION INDICESInna Semenova (Odessa, Ukraine)
AN ECONOMIC MODEL FOR WATER UTILITIES FACING WATER LOSS: A COST MINIMIZATION APPROACHElissa Cousin, Emmanuelle Taugourdeau
AN ASSESSMENT OF WATER RESOURCES WITH REGARD TO ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITYNecati Gi¼lbahar (Istanbul), Necati Gi¼lbahar
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE WATER QUALITY IN THE BERG RIVER BASINSAMUEL AKINSEYE
AN ASSESSMENT OF BASIC PARAMETERS OF DOMESTIC WATER QUALITY IN SOME RURAL COMMUNITIES OF SOUTHEAST NIGERIAOliver Odikamnoro (Abakaliki, Nigeria), Obinna Uguru
ALTERNATIVE INSTITUTIONS FOR EFFICIENT REALLOCATION OF CANAL IRRIGATION WATER -- A CASE STUDY OF MALAPRABHA IRRIGATION PROJECT IN INDIADurba Biswas, Sarbani Mukherjee
AGRICULTURE-URBAN WATER TRANSFERS: WILL SCARCE WATER RESOURCES RESHAPE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION?RESHAPING THE WESTERN UNITED STATES, FROM AG TO URBAN DURING THE DROUGHTTherese Ure (Reno, USA), Laura Schroeder
AGRICULTURE AND WATER: EXEMPLARY ALFALFAJean-Philippe Carise (Cande sur Beuvron, France), Eric Guillemot
AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN TURKEY Aynur Fayrap, Şerife Pınar Güvel
ADVERSARIES INTO PARTNERS: APPLYING A MUTUAL GAINS APPROACH TO THE GOVERNANCE OF INTERNATIONAL WATERGlen Hearns (Garibaldi Highlands, Canada)
ADVANCING ADAPTATION : TESTING A PORTAL OF ADAPTATION OPTIONSJackson
ADVANCED PLANT-BASED, INTERNET-SENSOR TECHNOLOGY INCREASES WATER EFFICIENCY IN AGRICULTURE: A PROACTIVE RESPONSE TO WATER SHORTAGES AND CLIMATE CHANGESimon Rueger (Hennigsdorf, Germany)
ADOPTING RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES IN EMERGING ECONOMIES: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGESSujata Hazarika (Guwahati, India)
ADDRESSING WATER POLICY CHALLENGES -- HOW DO WE EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF RESEARCH?Emily Hastings, Sue Morris, Kirsty Blackstock, Jannette MacDonald, Bob Ferrier
ADDRESSING GLOBAL WATER SECURITY THROUGH IWRM: THE EIGHTH PHASE OF THE INTERNATIONAL HYDROLOGICAL PROGRAMME, 2014--2021Blanca Jimenez-Cisneros
ADAPTIVE, MULTI-LEVEL LEARNING IN FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING THROUGH STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENTAlan Diduck (Winnipeg, Canada)
ADAPTIVE, MULTI-LEVEL LEARNING IN FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENTAlan Diduck
ADAPTIVE SHALLOW GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT IN AFRICA: LINKING REGIONAL AND LOCAL SCALE RESOURCE ASSESSMENTSGeoff Parkin (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK), David Walker, John Gowing, Nathan Forsythe, Demis Alamirew, Alamseged Haile
ADAPTING WATER LAWS TO INCREASING DEMAND AND A CHANGING CLIMATEEric Garner (Los Angeles, USA)
ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN TAMPERE REGION, FINLANDTom Frisk (Tampere, Finland)
ADAPTATION AT THE SUB-BASIN LEVEL: INNOVATION AND TRIBULATION IN THE TISZAShanna McClain (Carbondale, USA)
ACHIEVING URBAN WATER SECURITY IN EUROPE THROUGH DEMAND MANAGEMENTRobert BREARS (Christchurch, New Zealand)
ACCOUNTING FOR WATER: INSTITUTIONAL, CULTURAL AND IDEOLOGICAL BARRIERS TO WATER REPORTING BY MAJOR AUSTRALASIAN CORPORATE AND PUBLIC BENEFIT ENTITIESSusan Wild (Christchurch, New Zealand)
ACCOUNTING FOR THE GREY WATER FOOTPRINT IN THREE FRESHWATER SITES IN SCOTLAND: NURTURE OR NATURE? Paula Novo, Alejandro Sereno, Antonio Alvarez-Valero
A WATER SECURITY FRAMEWORK TO ADDRESS CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION OF URBAN WATER SYSTEMSSebastian Vicuna (Santiago, Chile), Mark Redwood
A WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATIONHector Malano (Melbourne, Australia), Brian Davidson, Paul Pavlic, - Anshuman, Savita Patwardhan, Nayana Despande, Aswini Kulkarni
A TEXAS CASE STUDY: PARADIGMS LOSTThomas Linton
A STUDY ON WATER CONSUMPTION IN MEDIUM SIZED VILLAS WITHIN GATED COMMUNITIES IN ABU DHABI -- THE RESIDENTIAL END-USE OF WATER PROJECTKhadija Bin Braik, Matthew Griffiths, Oriana Correia, Ali Al Marzouqi
A STUDY ON CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ON THE LIVELIHOODS OF THE PEOPLE IN TANGUAR HAOR, BANGLADESHMuhammad Mizanur Rahaman, Kamrul Islam Sajib, Intekhab Alam
A REVIEW OF 20 YEARS OF SUDS IN SCOTLANDGaye McKay, Alison Duffy
A REMOTE SENSING BASED FRAMEWORK TO CHARACTERIZE AND VISUALIZE HYDROCLIMATIC STRESSES AND CHANGE IN TRANSBOUNDARY RIVER AND AQUIFER SYSTEMSAli S Akanda, Antarpreet Jutla
A PROPOSAL FOR AN INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF FRESHWATER DISPUTESMatthew Draper, John Draper
A PRACTICAL METHODOLOGY FOR JUSTIFYING LESS STRINGENT ENVIRONMENTAL OBJECTIVES ACCORDING TO THE EC WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE WITH DISPROPORTIONALLY HIGH COSTS Bernd Klauer, Johannes Schiller, Katja Sigel, Nina Hagemann, Katharina Kern
A NOVEL METHODOLOGY FOR ANALYSIS OF IWRM ACHIEVEMENTS IN STORMWATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENTDeonie Allen (Edinburgh, UK), Scott Arthur, Heather Haynes, Jen Morse, Alan Yeakley, Jenny Mant
A NEW PARADIGM FOR PUBLIC-PRIVATE-PARTNERSHIPS: DEVELOPMENT IMPACT BONDS AND MONETISING THE SDGS AND THE HUMAN RIGHT TO WATERJulie King
A NEW MANUAL TO INSPIRE AND GUIDE TRANSITIONS TOWARDS ENERGY EFFICIENT SUSTAINABLE URBAN DRAINAGE SOLUTIONS IN MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIESAlison Duffy, Sara Perales
A NEW FRONTIER IN TEXAS? MANAGING AND REGULATING BRACKISH GROUNDWATERKatherine Zodrow, Regina Buono
A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR DROUGHT RISK MANAGEMENTPaul Sayers, Catherine Moncrieff, Yuanyuan Li, Gang Lei
A NEW DYNAMIC GENETIC ALGORITHM FOR OPTIMISING RESERVOIR OPERATING RULE CURVES: A CASE STUDY OF THE UBONRATANA RESERVOIR, THAILANDAdebayo Adeloye, C Chiamsathit, B Soundharajan
A LOCK-IN TRANSBOUNDARY WATER MANAGEMENT REGIME: THE CASE OF THE RIO GRANDE/BRAVO BASIN Luzma Fabiola Nava, Samuel Sandoval-Solis
A GLOBAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WATER MARKETSGuillermo Donoso (Santiago, Chile), Jennifer Maller-Gulland
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