Congress Proceedings: Papers, posters and presentations

20172015201120082003

XV World Water Congress, 25-29 May 2015, Edinburgh, Scotland


Number of abstracts: 358
Theme
Title
Author(s)
Paper
Poster
Presentation
1. Global challenges for water governanceTHE INTERFACE BETWEEN ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND HUMAN RIGHTSDr Stephen Turner
1. Global challenges for water governanceINTEGRATIVE LOCAL WATERSHED GOVERNANCE IN THE CANADIAN PRAIRIESMargot Hurlbert (Regina
Canada)
1. Global challenges for water governanceTHE 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)
1. Global challenges for water governanceOECD PRINCIPLES ON WATER GOVERNANCEAziza Akhmouch (OECD)
1. Global challenges for water governanceWATER GOVERNANCE AS CONNECTIVE CAPACITYProf.dr. Jurian Edelenbos
1. Global challenges for water governanceBUILDING CAPACITIES FOR IMPROVED WATER INTEGRITYDr. Håkan Tropp - Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI)
1. Global challenges for water governanceIWRA CONTRIBUTIONS IN THE FIELD OF KNOWLEDGE OF GLOBAL WATER - CLOSING PLENARY MAY 29, 2015Lilian del Castillo Laborde
1. Global challenges for water governancePROTECTING VITAL HUMAN WATER NEEDS IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSBOUNDARY RIVER BASINSCHRISTINA LEB
1. Global challenges for water governanceSCALAR POLITICS - WITH EXAMPLES FROM TURKEY AND THE METHERLANDSJeroen Warner
1. Global challenges for water governanceREADING WATER GOVERNANCE: IMPORTANCE OF INSTITUTIONSDr Christina Cook
1. Global challenges for water governanceKNOWLEDGE AND WATER CONSERVATION BEHAVIOUR IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: A CROSS-COUNTRY COMPARISONLuiza Toma (Edinburgh
UK)
Joana Ferreira
Bethan Thompson
1. Global challenges for water governanceIMPLEMENTING OPTIMAL AND RESILIENT FRESHWATER SUPPLY IN TIMES OF CLIMATE CHANGE Stijn Reinhard (The Hague
Netherlands)
Nico Polman
Andre Wooning
1. Global challenges for water governanceEFFICIENCY OF MODIFIED CLAYS IN WATER SOFTENINGRoberto Lima (Natal/RN
Brazil)
Vitor Greati
ilex Santos
Rayane Medeiros
Paulo Lima
Valter Fernandes Junior
1. Global challenges for water governanceDOMESTIC WATER USES AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES: A CASE STUDY IN CATALONIA Maria Vallès Casas
David Saurí­ Pujol
1. Global challenges for water governanceHYDROPHILANTHROPY IN HONDURAS: POTABLE WATER SYSTEMS IN RURAL NORTHWESTERN HONDURASMichael Campana (Oregon
USA)
1. Global challenges for water governanceWATER AND WELLBEING: IS THERE A LINK?Jonathan Chenoweth (Guildford
UK)
Alma Lopez-Aviles
Stephen Morse
Angela Druckman
1. Global challenges for water governanceDIURNAL 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
1. Global challenges for water governanceWATER RESOURCES SECURITY ASSESSMENT OF CHINAShaofeng Jia (Beijing
China
Peoples Republic)
2. Revisiting water paradigmsIMPROVING WATER QUALITY SECURITY THROUGH BENEFIT SHARING TOWARDS A NEW PARADIGMBimo Nkhata
Charles Breen and Duncan Hay
2. Revisiting water paradigmsIMPACT OF INLAND WATER ON BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLE THROUGH DEVELOPMENT OF ADVANCED PROCESS-BASED MODELTadanobu Nakayama
Shamil Maksyutov
2. Revisiting water paradigmsGROUNDWATER INSTITUTIONS AND GOVERNANCE IN CHINA AND INDIA IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE: EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS LEARNTFalendra Sudan (Jammu
Jammu and Kashmir
India)
Ishita Singh
2. Revisiting water paradigmsIMPACT 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
2. Revisiting water paradigmsCONNECTING THE DOTS: A UNIFYING THEORY FOR WATER ENGINEERINGProfessor Vijay P. Singh
2. Revisiting water paradigmsCHALLENGES OF WATER GOVERNANCE: DEVELOPING SHALLOW GROUNDWATER RESOURCES FOR SMALL-SCALE IRRIGATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAJohn Gowing
Geoff Parkin
Jaime Amezaga
Liz Oughton
Nathan Forsyth
2. Revisiting water paradigmsUSING COMMUNITY PRESCRIBED DRUG DATA TO PREDICT EMERGING POLLUTANTSMoyra McNaughtan
John MacLachlan
Joanne Roberts
2. Revisiting water paradigmsA REVIEW OF 20 YEARS OF SUDS IN SCOTLANDGaye McKay
Alison Duffy
2. Revisiting water paradigmsSPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF PHARMACEUTICAL POLLUTION WITHIN A RIVER CATCHMENTKarin Helwig (Glasgow
UK)
Joanne Roberts
Ole Pahl
Colin Hunter
Moyra McNaughtan
Kiana Kargar
Karin Helwig
3. Management of water resourcesHYDROLOGIC PARTITIONING AND VEGETATION RESPONSE IN SELECTED MOIST ZONE CATCHMENTS OF ETHIOPIA: ANALYZING SPATIOTEMPORAL VARIABILITYFasil Worku
Guiling Wang
3. Management of water resourcesFLOW GAUGING STRATEGY FOR WATER RESOURCE ASSESSMENT IN SCOTLANDOwen Bramwell
Paul Rodgers
Charles Malcolm
3. Management of water resourcesDROUGHT CHARACTERISTICS CORRESPONDING TO LARGE-SCALE TELECONNECTIONJoo-Heon Lee
Jong-Suk Kim
Young-Il Moon
3. Management of water resourcesDECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR PREDICTION OF EARTHWORKS FAILURESGeorgia Elafoudi
Christos Tachtatzis
Lina Stankovic
Ivan Andonovic
3. Management of water resourcesBASIN IS CLOSEDWalter Ubal Giordano
3. Management of water resourcesUNDERGROUND WATER MANAGEMENT IN BRAZILMARIA LUIZA MACHADO GRANZIERA
BEATRIZ MACHADO GRANZIERA
3. Management of water resourcesPASSAGE AND FLOW CONSIDERED ANEW – WILD SALMON RESTORATION VIA HYDRO RELICENSINGPAUL STANTON KIBEL
3. Management of water resourcesHYDROLOGIC MODELING IN THE WESTERN AMAZON BASIN USING SATELLITE DATARicardo Zubieta
Augusto Getirana
Jhan Carlo Espinoza
Waldo Lavado
3. Management of water resourcesSUSTAINABLE WATER & AGRICULTURE MANAGEMENTPhilippe Rohner
3. Management of water resourcesSCOTTISH WATER – OUR JOURNEYDouglas Millican
3. Management of water resourcesSCOTTISH WATER - REGULATORY INNOVATIONSimon Parsons
3. Management of water resourcesA NEW DYNAMIC GENETIC ALGORITHM FOR OPTIMISING RESERVOIR OPERATING RULE CURVES: A CASE STUDY OF THE UBONRATANA RESERVOIR, THAILANDAdebayo Adeloye
C Chiamsathit
B Soundharajan
3. Management of water resourcesIMPACT OF RAINFALL CHARACTERISTICS ON RUNOFF QUALITY FROM THE M1Julia Zakharova
Andrew Wheatley
John Bridgeman
3. Management of water resourcesEMPIRICAL 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
3. Management of water resourcesCRYPTOSPORIDIUM IN THE CAIRNGORMS – A WHOLE CATCHMENT APPROACH
3. Management of water resourcesMANAGING URBAN DIFFUSE POLLUTIONDr Mark Williams Head of Environmental Science and Regulation
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks WATER AND FOOD SECURITY: EMERGING POLICY ISSUESProf Per Pinstrup-Andersen
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks SPATIAL VARIATION OF PHARMACEUTICAL CONCENTRATIONS IN THE RIVER ALMONDHelwig
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks APPLICATIONS OF MICROFLUIDICS IN WATERBORNE PATHOGEN MONITORINGDr Helen Bridle
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks FLOOD RISK: WHAT ROLE FOR NATURAL FLOOD MANAGEMENT MEASURES?GARETH PENDER AND CATHERINE MORGANHERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITYGarry Pender (Edinburgh
UK)
Catherine Morgan
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks WATER SECURITY, DEVELOPMENT AND PROSPERITYBenedito Braga President
World Water Council
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks LOCALIZING WATER AND FOOD SECURITYRabi H. Mohtar
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks WATER AFFORDABILITY AND REDUCING POVERTY IN POST- CONFLICT ANGOLAAllan Cain
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks THE WATER FOOD ENERGY NEXUSSCOTT O. MCKENZIE
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks CHALLENGES AND STRATEGY FOR WATER SECURITY IN CHINALI Yuanyuan
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks PROVISION OF SUSTAINABLE SAFE DRINKING WATERRichard Allan
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks RE-EVALUATING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF HYDROELECTRIC DAMS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: INDIRECT IMPACTS THROUGH LIVELIHOOD ALTERNATIONSKristofer Chan (London
UK)
4. Key vulnerabilities and security risks ADDRESSING GLOBAL WATER SECURITY THROUGH IWRM: THE EIGHTH PHASE OF THE INTERNATIONAL HYDROLOGICAL PROGRAMME, 2014--2021Blanca Jimenez-Cisneros
5. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifers COLLABORATION AT ITS BEST -- HOW TO ACHIEVE A SUCCESSFUL KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER PARTNERSHIPDeborah Gee (Dunfermline
UK)
Graeme Blair
Travis Poole
5. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifers THE IMPACT OF ADOPTING A WATER INFORMATION PLATFORM ON A UTILITIES BUSINESS MODELSander Smit
Mireia Tutusaus
Klaas Schwartz
Edward Curry
Thomas Messervey
Riccardo Puglisi
5. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifers THE (INTERNATIONAL) ARCHITECTURE FOR TRANSBOUNDARY WATER MANAGEMENTDr Marian Neal (Patrick)
5. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifers ΗOW DOES THE UNECE WATER CONVENTION SUPPORT TRANSBOUNDARY WATER COOPERATION ON THE GROUNDDr. Alexandros Kolliopoulos
5. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifers THE (UN)CERTAINTIES OF HYDROPOWER DEVELOPMENT: DO HIGH RISKS TRANSLATE INTO HIGH REWARDS?Ineke Kleemans
Rhodante Ahlers
Vincent Merme
6. Non-conventional sources of waterIMPACTS OF COAL MINING ON WATER RESOURCES AND MITIGATION MEASURESYangwen Jia
Chunfeng Hao
Yaqin Qiu
Cunwen Niu
6. Non-conventional sources of waterASSESSING 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
6. Non-conventional sources of waterHEAT ENERGY RECOVERY FROM WASTE WATER IN THE GLASGOW SUBWAY SYSTEMKonstantinos Ninikas
Nicholas Hytiris
Rohinton Emmanuel
Paul L. Younger
Bjorn Aaen
6. Non-conventional sources of waterWATER CONSUMPTION AND DIRECT ENERGY USE IN THE IRISH DAIRY PROCESSING INDUSTRYWilliam Finnegan (Galway
Ireland)
Jamie Goggins
Eoghan Clifford
Xinmin Zhan
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsPOLICY SUPPORT SYSTEMS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF BENEFIT-SHARING MECHANISMS FOR WATER-RELATED ECOSYSTEM SERVICESMark Mulligan
Silvia Benitez
Juan Sebastian Lozano & Jorge Leon
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsECOSYSTEM SERVICES-BASED APPROACHES TO WATER MANAGEMENT : WHAT OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR BUSINESS?
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsOPTIMISING WATER USE IN SCOTLAND: VALUATION, TRADABILITY AND PORTFOLIO THEORYNazli Koseoglu
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsBUILDING COMMUNITY FLOOD RESILIENCE THROUGH INNOVATIVE COMMUNICATION Grant Wright (Edinburgh
UK)
Debi Garft
Lorna Bryce
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsSUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC POLICY: METHODOLOGY TO PRIORITIZE ACTIONS ON WATER POLICYAlex Godoy-Faundez (Santiago)
Douglas Aitken
Lorenzo Reyes-Bozo
Diego Rivera
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsASSESSMENT OF DISPROPORTIONATE COSTS IN WATER MANAGEMENT IN THE LIGHT OF EU WFDJan Machac
Jirina Jilkova
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsBEYOND IWRM: ENABLING COLLABORATIVE WATERSHED SCALE DECISION MAKINGDavid Hill (Lethbridge
Canada)
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsCHALLENGES OF DOING SOMETHING NEW:BARRIERS TO NATURAL FLOOD MANAGEMENTKirsty Holstead
Jonathan Hopkins
Kerry Waylen
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsEXPLORING ALTERNATIVE SPACES OF WASH BEHAVIORS AMONG MIGRANTS IN UKEmmanuel Akpabio (Uyo)
Kaoru Takara
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsA GLOBAL COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF WATER MARKETSGuillermo Donoso (Santiago
Chile)
Jennifer Maller-Gulland
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsCAPACITY-BUILDING NEEDS IN ALBERTA'S WATER GOVERNANCE STRUCTUREWei Xu
Henning Bjornlund
Amber Zary
Tom Johnston
Ivan Townshend
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsTHE SOLAR CYCLE OR EL NIñO SOUTHERN OSCILLATION (ENSO) AS A CRITERION FOR THE DEFINITION OF PUBLIC POLICIESJuan Rodrí­guez
Gerardo Zavala
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsWATER FOR ALL: THE CASE AGAINST THE COMMODIFICATION OF HUMAN RIGHTSManuel Branco (i‰vora
Portugal)
Pedro Henriques
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsWATER FOOTPRINT AND ITS APPLICATION IN AGRICULTURAL WATER MANAGEMENT Wu
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsLOCAL GOVERNANCE PREPAREDNESS TO CLIMATE CHANGES IMPACTS ON DROUGHT IN NORTH-WEST EUROPEISABELLE LA JEUNESSE (Tours
France)
HANS BRESSERS
ALISON BROWNE
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsANALYSIS OF WATER TARIFF STRUCTURE IN SANTA CRUZ ISLAND (GALAPAGOS ARCHIPELAGO) Maria Reyes
MSc.
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsNAVIGATING FROM ABUNDANCE TO SCARCITY: THREE DECADES OF WATER GOVERNANCE REFORM IN THE MURRAY-DARLING BASINGary Jones (Bruce
Australia)
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsTHE CUSTOMER FORUM: A SCOTTISH CONTRIBUTION TO A HYDRO WORLDStephen Littlechild
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsPRESENTING THE JOINT PROGRAMMING INITIATIVE "WATER CHALLENGES FOR A CHANGING WORLD" AIMS AND OPPORTUNITIES Giuseppina Monacelli (Rome
Italy)
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsIN THE QUEST OF A SOFT PATH FOR WATER IN THE FOOD INDUSTRYCatalina Silva-Plata
Elsa João
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsGLOBAL 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
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsRIVER BASIN ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE IN AFGHANISTANLaura Schroeder (Portland
USA)
Therese Ure
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsRIVER RESTORATION: A STRATEGIC APPROACH TO PLANNING AND MANAGEMENTDAVID TICKNER (WOKING
UK)
Robert Speed
Yuanyuan LI
Gang LEI
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsCLIMATE CHANGE, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GOOD WATER GOVERNANCEFrancesco Sindico
Stephanie Switzer
Mallory Orme
Zoi« Cuthbert
Julie Gibson
Friederike During
Nicola Crook
Andrew Walters
Renice
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsWATER USE AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT UNDER SOCIETAL AND CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS IN MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIESConsuelo Varela-Ortega
Paloma Esteve
Irene Blanco-Gutiérrez
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsA STUDY ON CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ON THE LIVELIHOODS OF THE PEOPLE IN TANGUAR HAOR, BANGLADESHMuhammad Mizanur Rahaman
Kamrul Islam Sajib
Intekhab Alam
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsPARTICIPATIVE CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT - THE ROLE OF TRUSTED INTERMEDIARIES IN DELIVERING INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT USING AN ECOSYSTEMS APPROACH. LEARNING FROM THE TWEED UNESCO HELP BASIN, UKChristopher Spray (DUNDEE
UK)
Luke Comins
7. Valuing water : monetary and non-monetary dimensionsLOSS AND DAMAGE DEBATE AND THE GLOBAL FOOTPRINTNandan Mukherjee (Dundee
UK)
John Rowan
Ainun Nishat
8. Water law at the national and international levelsA TEXAS CASE STUDY: PARADIGMS LOSTThomas Linton
8. Water law at the national and international levelsECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND WFD IMPLEMENTATION IN SCOTLANDDr Rebecca Badger Environmental Economist Scottish Environment Protection Agency
8. Water law at the national and international levelsCATCHMENT SYSTEMS SCIENCE: UNDERPINNING COMPLEX MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORKSPaul Quinn (Newcastle upon Tyne
UK)
Kit Macleod
8. Water law at the national and international levelsBEYOND THE DRAINAGE BASIN Julie Howden (Tomasjord
Norway)
8. Water law at the national and international levelsWATER REGULATION – THE ITALIAN CASE AND THE EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE (WAREG)Alberto Biancardi
8. Water law at the national and international levelsPARTINGTON CREEK INTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN: CASE STUDY IN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT AND URBAN PLANNING COLLABORATION IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA.Craig Sutherland (Victoria
British Columbia
Canada)
Crystal Campbell
8. Water law at the national and international levelsFROM WATER TO LAND: THE HYDRO-SOCIAL CYCLE WADI FUKIN LEGAL IMPLICATIONSStephanie Hawkins
8. Water law at the national and international levelsINTERNATIONAL WATER LAW AND SUPPORTING WATER MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL TRANSBOUNDARY AGREEMENT BETWEEN RIPARIANS IN INTERNATIONAL RIVER BASINSMalcolm J. Gander
8. Water law at the national and international levelsREVISITING WATER PARADIGMS: GREEN WATER PRODUCTIVITY AND THE ROLE OF RAINWATER HARVESTING IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICAJohn Gowing
Lisa Bunclark
Liz Oughton
8. Water law at the national and international levelsHISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF WATER FOOTPRINT OF CROPS AND BLUE WATER SCARCITY IN THE YELLOW RIVER BASINLa Zhuo
Mesfin Mekonnen
Arjen Hoekstra
Yoshihide Wada
8. Water law at the national and international levelsARTIFICIAL PROTOCELLS FOR WATER REMEDIATIONJulien Reboud
Hang Zhao
Kimia Mohammadi
David Paterson
Ellie Puleine
Huabing Yin
Jonathan M. Cooper
8. Water law at the national and international levelsEXPLORING WATER TENURE AND THE BENEFITS OF A WATER TENURE APPROACH Stephen Hodgson (Rixensart
Belgium)
8. Water law at the national and international levelsSYSTEMIC WATER GOVERNANCE AS INTEGRATION: RETHINKING CONCEPTS AND PRACTICESKevin Collins (Milton Keynes
UK)
Ray Ison
8. Water law at the national and international levelsSS20 STRENGTHENING ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE: THE PANORAMIC FRAMEWORK OF WATER JUSTICESarah Wade (Edinburgh
UK)
8. Water law at the national and international levelsSTRATEGIC DIRECTIONS -- ENCOURAGING THE NATIONAL UPTAKE OF SOURCE CONTROL SUDS Alison Duffy (Dundee
UK)
Brian D'Arcy
Neil Berwick
Rebecca Wade
Roshni Jose
8. Water law at the national and international levelsREVISITING RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT IN THE MEDITERRANEANMULTI-LEVEL GOVERNANCE OF THE DURANCE RIVER SYSTEM (FRANCE).Sophie Richard (Montpellier cedex
France)
Thierry Rieu
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersCOMPARING THE INCOMPARABLE: VALUING WATER ALLOCATED TO THE ENVIRONMENTBrian Davidson (Melbourne
Australia)
Hector Malano
Yong Ping Wei
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersASIA'S GROWTH IN GLOBAL AGRICULTUREMartin Keulertz
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersNEW GOVERNANCE SCHEMES FOR FRONTIERS OF LAND AND WATER GOVERNANCEThomas Hartmann
Tejo Spit
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersBALANCING ECOSYSTEM RECOVERY AND WATER SUPPLY IN A HIGHLY MODIFIED ENVIRONMENT: THE CALIFORNIA STORYDavid Zippin
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersHYDROPOWER VERSUS OTHER RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCESElcin Kentel
Emre Gok
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersSCARCITY, IRRIGATION EFFICIENCY AND THE PARACOMMONS OF SAVED RESOURCESBruce Lankford
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersANALYSIS 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
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersAGRICULTURE-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
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersTRADITIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE, MODERN FLOWS: WATER GOVERNANCE IN THE KATHMANDU VALLEYOlivia Molden (Eugene OR
USA)
Nicholas Griffin
Aditi Mukherji
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersWATER 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
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersENERGY AND WATER - SCOTTISH WATER'S APPROACH TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENTChristopher Toop (Dunfermline
UK)
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersPOLITICAL ECOLOGY OF IRRIGATION AGRICULTURE IN DRYLAND SRI LANKASören Köpke
Sisira Withanachchi
Chandana Withanachchi
Pathiranage Ruwan
Angelika Ploeger
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersREINVENTING THE WHEEL: THE WATERWHEELPenelope Carruthers (Perth
UK)
Ross Carruthers
William Harvey
Alison Duffy
Rebecca Wade
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersUNINTENDED WATER ALLOCATION - GAINING SHARE FROM THE UNGOVERNED SPACES OF LAND AND WATER TRANSFORMATIONS
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersPOTENTIAL FOR WATERSHED SERVICES MARKET CREATION IN MALAWI: CONSTRAINTS, OPPORTUNITIES AND MODELLING OF SCHEME UPTAKEJoana Ferreira
Patrick Abbot
Andrew Barnes
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersWATER PRICING FOR SLUM DWELLERS IN DHAKA METROPOLITAN AREA: IS IT AFFORDABLE?Muhammad Mizanur Rahaman
Tahmid Saif Ahmed
Abdullah Al Hadi
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersSEFFICIENCY (SUSTAINABLE EFFICIENCY) AND REALLOCATION OF WATER USING AGRICULTURAL AND URBAN SCENARIOS Naim Haie
Rui Pereira
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersCOMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ENVIRONMENTAL FLOWS AND ECOLOGICAL FLOWS IN THE CHINCHINA RIVER BASIN, COLOMBIAJorge Velez
Olga Ocampo
Matthew Wahl
Diana Giraldo
Elizabeth Sanchez
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersIDENTIFYING PREVALENCE OF HOUSEHOLDS DRINKING WATER CONSUMPTION PATTERN IN DEVELOPING COUNTRY, INDONESIASri Rachmad (Tj. Priok
Indonesia)
IGede Prayasa
9. Water allocation among competing uses and usersIDENTIFYING 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
10. Management of water resourcesCURRENT POLICIES AND PRACTICES OF WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN CHINAYiwen Wang
Hongxian Liu
Chao Ma
10. Management of water resourcesTAKING WATER TO WETLANDS: AN EXPERIMENT WITH SMALL IRRIGATION FOR RESOURCE POOR FARMERSGabriel Umoh
10. Management of water resourcesSUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT, BY INDIGENOUS WOMEN GROUPS -- BUILDING UP FROM EFFECTIVE WATER MANAGEMENT.HARI GUPTA (Ranchi
India)
10. Management of water resourcesCAN COLLABORATIVE GOVERNANCE HELP REDUCE FORESTRY IMPACT ON WATER QUALITY? A STUDY IN NORTH SWEDEN Katarina Eckerberg
Hjalmar Laudon
Ragna Lestander
Irina Mancheva
10. Management of water resourcesGEOINFORMATICS IN WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AT MICRO WATERSHED LEVEL; DANGRA A CASE, WEST BENGALKartic Bera
Jatisankar Bandyopadhyay
10. Management of water resourcesGREAT EXPECTATIONS: ACHIEVING SECURITY, LIVELIHOODS AND GROWTH THROUGH ENHANCED WATER MANAGEMENTSimon Howarth
Yi Zhang
10. Management of water resourcesTRANSDISCIPLINARY BRIDGES TO WATERSHED SCIENCE AND HUMAN SYSTEMS IN TEXAS, USAThomas Arsuffi (Junction
USA)
10. Management of water resourcesWHY INVESTING IN IRRIGATION WELLS? ANALYSIS FOR 6 INDIAN VILLAGESstijn speelman (gent
Belgium)
10. Management of water resourcesFLOOD AND SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT IN KOSI RIVER DIlip Kumar (Patna
India)
10. Management of water resourcesREFLECT, A NSS TO SUPPORT HARMONIZING SPATIAL DEVELOPMENTSCors van den Brink
Willem Jan Zaadnoordijk
Bert Groenhof
Rini Bulterman
Carolien Steinweg
10. Management of water resourcesGROUNDWATER BASED RICE FARMING IN GANGA BASIN- A SUSTAINABILITY STUDYDhananjoy Dutta
Sanmoy Kumar Patra
Dhananjoy Dutta
10. Management of water resourcesTIPPING POINTS AND DIVERGENT PATHS: WATER STRATEGIES IN HONG KONG AND SINGAPOREJames E. Nickum
Y. S. Frederick Lee
10. Management of water resourcesANALYSIS OF HEAVY METALS IN CANAL SEDIMENTS TO GAIN A BETTER INSIGHT INTO CURRENT AND FUTURE CANAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGIESIan Clark (Nottingham
UK)
10. Management of water resourcesIMPLICATIONS OF WATER TARIFF STRUCTURE ON WATER 2 DEMAND IN SANTA CRUZ ISLAND (GALAPAGOS ARCHIPELAGO)Maria Reyes Perez
Nemanja Trifunovic
Saroj Sharma
Maria Kennedy
10. Management of water resourcesGROUNDWATER RESOURCES -- CRITICAL FOCAL POINTS REQUIRING CONJUNCTIVE VISION & MANAGEMENTStephen Foster (OXFORD
UK)
10. Management of water resourcesSIMULATION MODELING OF RIVER/RESERVOIR SYSTEM WATER ALLOCATION AND MANAGEMENTRalph Wurbs (College Station
USA)
10. Management of water resourcesDECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR PROACTIVE MAINTENANCE OF EARTHWORKS ASSETSLina Stankovic
Georgia Elafoudi
Christos Tachtatzis
Ivan Andonovic
George Cassels
Andrew Fickling
10. Management of water resourcesEXTENDING MUNICIPAL WATER DEMAND FORECASTING CAPACITIES BY INCORPORATING BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSES TO PRICING AND OTHER POLICY MEASURESSteven Renzetti (St Catharines
Canada)
Diane Dupont
James Price
10. Management of water resourcesTRANSLATING 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.
10. Management of water resourcesTRANSITION OF IRRIGATION GOVERNANCE IN SOUTHERN TURKEYHironori Hamasaki (Nagasaki
Japan)
Ufuk Gultekin
10. Management of water resourcesMOLECULAR METHODS FOR EVALUATING EU BATHING WATER QUALITY: A ROADMAP OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC RESEARCH NEEDSDavid Oliver (Stirling
UK)
Richard Quilliam
10. Management of water resourcesIMPROVING STRATEGIC GROUNDWATER RESERVES IN UAE VIA MANAGED AQUIFER RECHARGE USING RECYCLED WATER Mohamed Mohamed
Saleh Qaran
10. Management of water resourcesWATER MANAGEMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND THE USE OF DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS. , Leo Lentsch (Georgetown
USA)
Amy Rucker
10. Management of water resourcesWATER 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
10. Management of water resourcesSPATIAL TARGETING OF CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT INTERVENTIONS TO IMPROVE RAW DRINKING WATER QUALITY USING THE CARPOW FRAMEWORKJack Bloodworth
Ian Holman
Paul Burgess
Sarah Gillman
10. Management of water resourcesADDRESSING WATER POLICY CHALLENGES -- HOW DO WE EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF RESEARCH?Emily Hastings
Sue Morris
Kirsty Blackstock
Jannette MacDonald
Bob Ferrier
10. Management of water resourcesEVALUATING THE INFORMATION VALUE OF THE SCOTTISH HYDROMETRIC NETWORK FOR SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN SCOTLAND.Richard Gosling
Richard Morris
10. Management of water resourcesDIFFUSION OF SMALL-SCALE PUMP IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGIES: EVALUATING ADOPTION PROCESSES IN MALAWIJean Mtethiwa (Bedfordshire
UK)
Keith Weatherhead
Jerry Knox
10. Management of water resourcesA DECISION SUPPORT FRAMEWORK FOR PROACTIVE MAINTENANCE OF WATER AND WASTEWATER SYSTEMSKamila Nieradzinska
Christos Tachtatzis
Robert Atkinson
Jakub Konka
Amar Seeam
Lina Stankovic
Ivan Andonovic
Robert White
Mark Haffey
10. Management of water resourcesDAIRYWATER: 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
10. Management of water resourcesGROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT IN BRAZILMaria Luiza Granziera (São Pulo
Brazil)
Beatriz Granziera
10. Management of water resourcesA 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
10. Management of water resourcesEQUITY IN ECO-SERVICES FOR IMPROVED MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES FOR COMMUNITY, INDUSTRY AND THE ENVIRONMENT.Neil Coles
Linda Reid
Mark Rivers
Neil McIntyre
10. Management of water resourcesBUILDING ROBUST STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT THROUGH STAKEHOLDER-INFORMED SCENARIO DEVELOPMENTIrene Blanco-Gutiérrez
Paloma Esteve
Consuelo Varela-Ortega
10. Management of water resourcesCREATING POLICY AROUND HOW CITIES OUTSOURCE WATER: DISAGGREGATING VIRTUAL WATER TRADE TO THE WATERSHED LEVEL TO INCREASE MUNICIPAL RESILIENCERichard Rushforth (Phoenix
USA)
10. Management of water resourcesADAPTIVE 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
10. Management of water resourcesPEATLAND RESTORATION IN SCOTTISH DRINKING WATER CATCHMENTS(FOR CONSIDERATION FOR POSTER ONLY)Zoe Frogbrook
10. Management of water resourcesWATER 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
10. Management of water resourcesTOWARDS ESTABLISHING WATER MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMIN CENTRAL ASIAViktor Dukhovny
Dinara Ziganshina
Iskander Beglov
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksEMERGENT URBAN HYDRO (IN)SECURITIES AROUND THE WORLDChad Staddon
Sean Langberg and Robert Sarkozi
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksNEXUS OR SECURITY? WATER, ENERGY AND FOOD
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksECONOMIC COSTS OF WATER POLLUTION ON RURAL LIVELIHOODSRAJENDRA PODDAR (DHARWAD
India)
SHWETA BYAHATTI
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksASSESSMENT OF VULNERABILITY OF ARUNACHAL PRADESH (INDIA) TO FLOODS Aditi Bhadra
Arnab Bandyopadhyay
Sanayanbi Hodam
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksDEALING WITH POOR DRINKING WATER QUALITY IN PRIVATE WELLS: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A COMMUNICATION STRATEGY IN INFLUENCING BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE.Darragh Page
Margaret Keegan
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksAUGMENTED REALITY FOR VISUALISATION OF FLOODSPaul Haynes
Eckart Lange
Sigrid Hehl-Lange
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksMANAGING FLOODS AND DELIVERING BENEFITS TO THE WATER ENVIRONMENTTim Ellingham (Peterborough
UK)
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksMAKING MITIGATION OF RURAL DIFFUSE POLLUTION WORK: FACTS AND GAPS REGARDING STAKEHOLDER'S VIEWS AND PERCEPTIONSJulia Martin-Ortega
Paula Novo
Kirsty Holstead
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksMICROBIOLOGICAL CONTAMINATION OF POND WATER AND ASSOCIATED DRINKING WATER RISK IN RURAL COASTAL AREAS OF BANGLADESHRaju Sarkar (Karlsruhe
Germany)
Zahid Hayat Mahmud
Rezaul Karim
Joachim Vogt
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksEXPLORING 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
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksVULNERABILITY OF URBAN DRAINAGE NETWORKS TO SPATIO-TEMPORAL RAINFALL VARIABILITY: A CASE STUDY IN SEOUL, SOUTH KOREAYongwon Seo
Son Kwang Ik
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksENTERPRISE 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
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksESSENTIAL TOOLS TO ESTABLISH A COMPREHENSIVE DROUGHT MANAGEMENT PLAN: KONYA CLOSED BASIN AS A CASE STUDYEmre KOKEN (Ankara
Turkey)
Mustafa Berk DUYGU
Bilal KIRMENCIOGLU
Maruf ARAS
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksCATCHMENT MODELLING OF PESTICIDE CONTAMINATION RISK IN EAST ANGLIA, UKNicola Nineham
Frances Elwell
Jenny Naicker
Simon Eyre
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksSS21 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
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksURBAN FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT: TOWARDS A HOLISTIC APPROACH -- THE CONCEPTUALISATIONRobert Bertsch
Vedrana Kutija
Vassilis Glenis
Dawn Lochhead
Mark Haffey
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksADAPTIVE, MULTI-LEVEL LEARNING IN FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENTAlan Diduck
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksSERVICE, QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENT: BUILDING A SUSTAINABLE SERVICEMark Williams (Dunfermline
UK)
Mark Williams
11. Key vulnerabilities and security risksCHALLENGES IN FLOOD DISASTERS MANAGEMENT IN MALAYSIAWeng Chan (Minden
Malaysia)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersINTEGRATED MODELING IN SUPPORT OF TRANSBOUNDARY WATER COOPERATION IN CENTRAL ASIA: ILI-BALKHASH WATERSHED.Aziza Baubekova (Budapest
Hungary)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersIDENTIFYING AND CHARACTERIZING TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS ALONG THE MEXICO-US BORDER: AN INITIAL ASSESSMENTRosario Sanchez
Gabriel Eckstein
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersINTERNATIONAL FRESHWATER COOPERATION IN EUROPE - A SUCCESS STORY?Gôtz Reichert (Freiburg im Breisgau
Germany)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersSS27 THE GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIESSalman Salman
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersDEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL TRANSBOUNDARY AGREEMENT Malcolm Gander
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersLAW AND GOVERNANCE OF THE NORTH AMERICAN GREAT LAKESNoah Hall
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersTRANSBOUNDARY GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT: THE GUARANI AQUIFER SYSTEMManohar Patole (Brooklyn
USA)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersWATER ALLOCATION TOWARDS CONSTRUCTIVE ENGAGEMENT ALONG THE JORDAN RIVER BASINMuatsem El-Fadel
Rola Quba'a
Ibrahim Alameddine
Majdi Abou Najm
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersPAVING THE WAY FOR RULE-BASED WATER DIPLOMACY IN CENTRAL ASIA Dinara Ziganshina (Tashkent
Uzbekistan)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersRECONCILING THE INTERESTS OF UPSTREAM AND DOWNSTREAM RIPARIAN STATES IN TRANSBOUNDARY BASINS: THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF Owen McIntyre (Cork
Ireland)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersRESCALING WATER GOVERNANCE IN LA PLATA HYDROPOLITICS: THE CASES OF TRANSBOUNDARY APA (BRAZIL -- PARAGUAY) AND QUARAI BASINS (BRAZIL -- URUGUAY)Luis Paulo Silva (Norwich
Brazil)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersDATA AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN TRANSBOUNDARY WATER GOVERNANCETHE MAURI RIVER CASEPaula Pacheco Mollinedo (La Paz
Bolivia)
Juan Carlos Sanchez
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersTRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFER MANAGEMENT: DOES ONE SIZE FIT ALL?Renee Martin-Nagle (Washington DC
USA)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersTHE HYDRO-INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE OF MANAGING WATER ECONOMIES OF TRANS-BOUNDARY RIVERS:A STUDY OF NARMADA BASIN, INDIAM. Dinesh Kumar
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersWATER CHALLENGES IN THE IGAD REGION: TOWARDS NEW LEGAL FRAMEWORKS FOR COOPERATIONMarcella Nanni (Bologna
Italy)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersWORLDWIDE ASSESSMENT OF TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS WITH A FOCUS ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENTGeert-Jan Nijsten
Laura del Val Alonso
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersTHE GOVERNANCE OF TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS: TOWARDS A MULTICOUNTRY CONSULTATION MECHANISM, THE CASE OF THE STAMPRIET AQUIFERAndrew Ross (Paris
France)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersRULES, NORMS AND CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT IN THE GOVERNANCE OF TRANSBOUNDARY RIVERS: A CASE FROM THE MEKONG RIVERYumiko Yasuda (Dundee
UK)
12. Transboundary river basins and shared aquifersSS27 POWER TRADE ASSESSMENT IN EASTERN NILE BASIN COUNTRIESHaytham Awad (Alexandria
Egypt)
13. Non-conventional sources of waterREVEALING 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
13. Non-conventional sources of waterNIGERIA'S WATER & SANITATION:SPACES OF RISK & THE CHALLENGES OF DATAEmmanuel Akpabio (Uyo)
Aniekan S. Brown
Iniubong E. Ansa
Ekerette S. Udom
Abasi-ifreke S. Etok
Eti-ido S. Udofia
Imoh E. Ukpong
13. Non-conventional sources of waterARGS IN WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IN GLASGOW: DOES THE PROBLEM REALLY EXIST?Charles Knapp
SADIA KHAN
Tara Beattie
13. Non-conventional sources of waterDESIGNING 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
13. Non-conventional sources of waterIMPLEMENTING WATER REUSE FOR LONDON: TWO CASE STUDIESMartyn Tupper (Reading
UK)
Marie Raffin
Paul Rutter
Christopher James
13. Non-conventional sources of waterTOWARDS 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
13. Non-conventional sources of waterNON CONVENTIONAL WATER SOURCE - A STRATEGIC RESOURCES FOR SINGAPORE SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLYPuah Aik Num
13. Non-conventional sources of waterRESTORING WATER RESOURCES THROUGH SOIL REMEDIATION: A CASE STUDY ON SMOULDERING REMEDIATIONChristine Switzer (Glasgow
UK)
Mara Knapp
Andrew Robson
Rossane DeLapp
David Kosson
13. Non-conventional sources of waterSS27 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
13. Non-conventional sources of waterA NEW FRONTIER IN TEXAS? MANAGING AND REGULATING BRACKISH GROUNDWATERKatherine Zodrow
Regina Buono
13. Non-conventional sources of waterNON-CONVENTIONAL WATER SOURCE - STRATEGIC RESOURCES FOR SINGAPORE SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLYAik Num Puah
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsGLOBAL 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
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsUTILITY ALCHEMY: IMPROVING REVENUE WHILE SAVING WATERGraham Symmonds (Phoenix
USA)
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsBLUE GOLD: HOW VALUABLE IS WATER REALLY? A CASE STUDY IN AUSTRALIAHenning Bjornlund (Adelaide
Australia)
Sarah Wheeler
Zuo Alec
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsTHE COCA-COLA COMPANYUlrike Sapiro
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsLATIN AMERICA: TRADING VIRTUAL WATER, CARBON AND BIODIVERSITYMark Mulligan
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsTOWARDS IMPROVED SANITATION IN PERI-URBAN AREAS - RESULTS OF A CASE STUDY ON PARTICIPATORY SANITATION PLANNING IN THE CITY OF DARKHAN, MONGOLIAKatja Sigel (Leipzig
Germany)
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsSCOTLAND'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
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsESTIMATING THE VALUE OF WATER IN THE CHILEAN INDUSTRY: A MARGINAL PRODUCTIVITY APPROACHleonardo vargas ovando
Felipe vasquez lavin
Roberto Ponce Oliva
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsTHE 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
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsFOOD TRADE RELATIONS OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsARE PARTICIPANTS IN WATER MARKETS MORE EFFICIENT IN THE USE OF WATER THAN NON-PARTICIPANTS?: A CASE STUDY FOR LIMARí VALLEY (CHILE)Guillermo Donoso
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsMARKETING CONSERVED WATER: LESSONS FROM AUSTRALIA FOR THE WESTERN UNITED STATESProfessor Mark Squillace
Anthony McLeod
14. Valuing water: monetary and non-monetary dimensionsFOOD AND VIRTUAL WATER IN THE GREAT LAKES STATESMelissa K. Scanlan and Jenny Kehl (co-author
not presenting)
15. Water lawTHE U.N. WATERCOURSE CONVENTION AND TECHNOLOGICAL GOVERNANCERhett Larson (Tempe
USA)
15. Water lawCOMPULSORY LICENSING UNDER SOUTH AFRICA'S NATIONAL WATER ACTMichael Kidd (Scottsville)
15. Water lawTHE INTEGRATED REGULATION OF WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN ENGLAND AND THE EUROPEAN UNIONWilliam Howarth
15. Water lawSECURING FISHERY BENEFITS VIA HYDROELECTRIC FACILITY RELICENSINGPaul Kibel (California
USA)
15. Water lawINCREASING THE POTENTIAL OF SMALL HYDROPOWER GENERATIONGina Warren (Fort Worth
USA)
15. Water lawUNDERSTANDING ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY FOR EFFECTIVE WATER MANAGEMENT: THE CASE OF WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION IN MALTA.Francesca Xerri
Paul Jeffrey
Heather Smith
15. Water lawTHE 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)
15. Water law"GLACIER RESOURCES LAW AND POLICY: A CASE OF TRANSBOUNDARY MANAGEMENT"Mauricio Riesco
15. Water lawTRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS IN WATER RESOURCES LEGISLATION REVISITEDStefano Burchi (Rome
Italy)
15. Water lawEXPLORING THE POTENTIAL OF WATER RIGHTS AND ENERGY PRICING FOR SUSTAINABLE USE OF GROUNDWATER FOR IRRIGATION IN INDIANitin Bassi
15. Water lawCOMMUNITY 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
15. Water lawDOMESTIC GROUNDWATER EXEMPT USESCOMPETING 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
15. Water lawWATER ECOSYSTEM SERVICES - THE INTERFACE WITH HUMAN RIGHTSStephen Turner (Lincoln
UK)
Stephen Turner
15. Water lawMANAGING WATER IN THE FRAME OF A REGIONAL LEGAL FRAMEWORK : THE BARCELONA CONVENTION AND RELATED PROTOCOLSRaya Stephan (Verneuil sur Seine
France)
15. Water lawADAPTING WATER LAWS TO INCREASING DEMAND AND A CHANGING CLIMATEEric Garner (Los Angeles
USA)
15. Water lawBUILDING THE DIFFICULT BALANCE BETWEEN DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT: THE KISHENGANGA CASE (PAKISTAN V INDIA)Lilian Laborde (Buenos Aires
Argentina)
15. Water lawWATER GOVERNANCE REFORM IN THE CONTEXT OF INEQUALITY: SECURING RIGHTS OR LEGITIMISING DISPOSSESSION?Helle Munk Ravnborg
15. Water lawMANAGED AQUIFER RECHARGE WITH TREATED WASTEWATER: OLD LAWS FOR NEW USESD'Andrea
15. Water lawBULK WATER TRANSFERS: PANACEA OR TEMPORARY PATCH?Gabriel Eckstein
Renee Martin-Nagle
15. Water lawMAPPING A NEW GOVERNANCE SPACE: MANAGING WATER SCARCITY IN THE UKBettina Lange (Oxford
UK)
Bettina Lange
Christina Cook
Christopher Decker
15. Water lawTHE FLUID NATURE OF WATER RIGHTS IN INVESTMENT ARBITRATIONAna Maria Daza Vargas
15. Water lawFARMERS' PERCEPTIONS OF SCOTLAND'S DIFFUSE WATER POLLUTION REGULATIONS IN THE EYE WATER AND PEASE BAY PRIORITY CATCHMENTKimberly McLeod (Geneva
Switzerland)
15. Water lawFROM PIONEER TO PRAGMATIST OR PARIAH: ARE SOUTH AFRICA'S RECENT WATER LAW DEVELOPMENTS COMPATIBLE WITH ITS OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE UN WATERCOURSES CONVENTION?Remy Kinna
15. Water lawOF RAINFORESTS AND RAIN, LAND TITLES, BOSONS (THE HIGGS), ALBATROSS DEATHS AND MOREJane Cohen (Austin
Texas
USA)
15. Water lawIMPLEMENTATION AND ACHIEVEMENT OF WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE 60/2000/EC PRINCIPLES IN SPAIN AND ITS PROVINCES.Alexandra Campbell - Ferrari (Madrid
Spain)
15. Water lawREGULATOR AND OPERATOR COLLABORATION - SCOTLAND'S APPROACH TO WFD IMPLEMENTATIONMarcia Banks
Caroline Olbert
16. Public and private sector managementASSESSING THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP ON SUSTAINABILITY OF DRINKING WATER SANITATION HEALTH IN LAHORE PAKISTANMuhammad Wasif Bashir Babar (Mr)
16. Public and private sector managementCONTRIBUTIONS OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR TO SUSTAINABLE WATER AND AGRICULTURE MANAGEMENTDave Grant
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationASSESSING THE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WATER RESOURCES OF JORDANNezar Hammouri
Fayez Abdulla
Hani Abu Qudais
Muwafaq Freiwan
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationTHE DUTCH DELTA MODEL TO SUPPORT NATIONAL POLICY ANALYSISErik Ruijgh (Delft
Netherlands)
Timo Kroon
Edwin Snippen
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationPERFORMANCE COMPARISON OF TEMPORAL PRECIPITATION DOWNSCALING METHODSHUA BAI
XIN DONG
SIYU ZENG
JINING CHEN
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationIMPLICATIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE FOR WATER MANAGEMENT IN CANTERBURYBryan Jenkins (Christchurch
New Zealand)
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationCLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT AND ADAPTIVE WATER MANAGEMENT FOR MAJOR RIVER BASINS IN CHINAJun Xia (Wuhan
China
Peoples Republic)
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationCLIMATE CHANGES CHALLENGES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION: WHAT ABOUT LOCAL AWARENESS?ISABELLE LA JEUNESSE (Tours
France)
Claudia Cirelli
Philippe Quevauviller
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationADVANCING ADAPTATION : TESTING A PORTAL OF ADAPTATION OPTIONSJackson
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationHYDROPOWER – FACTORING IN CLIMATE CHANGERichard M. Taylor
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationWATER SCARCITY & DROUGHTS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: THE SPECIAL CASE OF THE TAJO-SEGURA AQUADUCT IN SPAINMaria Milanes Murcia (Murcia
Spain)
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationENVIRONMENTAL 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
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationGLOBOLAKES; GLOBAL COHERENCE OF LAKE WATER QUALITYRuth O'Donnell
Claire Miller
Marian Scott
Chris Merchant
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationHYDROPOWER – FACTORING IN CLIMATE CHANGERichard M. Taylor
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationPARTNERSHIPS FOR BUILDING A CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION PLAN IN A HIGHLY URBANIZED BASIN IN CENTRAL CHILESebastian Vicuna (Santiago
Chile)
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationTHE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE CHILEAN AGRICULTURAL SECTOR. A NON-LINEAR AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY MODELRoberto Ponce Oliva (concepcion
Chile)
Maria Blanco
Carlo Giupponi
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationWATER 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
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptation"SMART CITY CLIMA" AN APPROACH FOR REDUCING VULNERABILITY TO CLIMATE CHANGE AND INCREASING RESILIENCE IN CITIES - A CASE STUDY FOR BUENOS AIRES CITYPablo Bereciartua (Buenos Aires
Argentina)
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationDIVERSIFICATION OF FLOOD RISKS MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES, AN EXPLORATION OF GOVERNANCE CHALLENGESCarel Dieperink
Peter Driessen
Dries Hegger
Marloes Bakker
17. Climate change, impacts and adaptationCLIMATE RESILIENCE -- UNDERSTANDING AND ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE WATER SECTOR Mark Williams (Dunfermline
UK)
Special session 1: Aqueduct water risk assessmentSS1 RATIFICATION OF THE UN WATERCOURSES CONVENTION: PERSPECTIVES FROM AROUND THE WORLDGabriel Eckstein
Special session 2: Water grabsSS2 THE SEARCH FOR LEGITIMACY: THE ROLES OF REGULATION AND COMPETITIONGordon Downie (chair)
Céline Kauffmann
Alan Sutherland
Stephen Littlechild
Liz McRobb
Special session 3: Climate changeSS3 OVERVIEW OF FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FLOODS DIRECTIVE IN SPAINCarlos M. Escartín
Special session 3: Climate changeSS3 FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF CHANGE: A UK PERSPECTIVEGarry Pender
Lindsay Beevers
Lilla Collet
Michael Stewart
Ailsa Strathie
Special session 3: Climate changeSS3 FLOOD HAZARD AND A CHANGING CLIMATE: ADAPTING TO CHANGE, CHANGING TO ADAPTMark McLaughlin
Special session 3: Climate changeSS3 ASSESSING FUTURE FLOOD RISKS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADAPTATION IN THE UKPaul Sayers
Special session 3: Climate changeSS3 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
Special session 3: Climate changeSS3 RESILIENCE AND CHANGE IN THE AFTERMATH OF FLOODS: THE CASE OF SOMERSETDr Catherine Butler and Dr Kate Walker-Springett
Special session 4: Transboundary aquifer systemsSS4 INTERNATIONAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND APPLICATION - INTRO AND START OF SESSIONConvened by the UK Committee for National and International Hydrology
Special session 4: Transboundary aquifer systemsSS4 INTERNATIONAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND APPLICATION - GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTS IN INTEGRATED FLOOD MANAGEMENTGiacomo Teruggi Scientific Officer
Climate and Water Department
WMO
Special session 4: Transboundary aquifer systemsSS4 INTERNATIONAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND APPLICATION - RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT IN SCOTLANDDavid Harley Water & Land Manager SEPA
Special session 4: Transboundary aquifer systemsSS4 INTERNATIONAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND APPLICATION - LOCAL ENGAGEMENT: ECOHYDROLOGY AT LAKE NAIVASHA, KENYADavid Harper
Emeritus Professor
University of Leicester
Special session 4: Transboundary aquifer systemsCATCHMENT MANAGEMENT - MOVING FORWARDBob Ferrier
Alan Jenkins
Special session 4: Transboundary aquifer systemsSS4 INTERNATIONAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND APPLICATION - QUESTION AND ANSWER PANEL SESSIONChair: Alan Jenkins
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Special session 5: Trends of water and food securitySS5 CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT FOR DRINKING WATER PROTECTIONMarc Stutter
Special session 6: Scientific and technical innovation in water managementINTEGRATION OF SCIENCE AND POLICY – WHERE TO FOR INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ON TWEED? – MAY 27TH 2015Prof Chris J Spray
Special session 6: Scientific and technical innovation in water managementSS6 TEN YEARS SINCE THE MILLENNIUM ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENTS: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON WATER ECOSYSTEMS SERVICES.Julia Martin Ortega
Special session 7: Risk Management for waterSS7 THE (TRANSBOUNDARY) GROUNDWATER RESOURCES OF AFRICA -- THE ENGINE TO STIMULATE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY.Robert Kalin
Special session 9: Water Framework DirectiveIMPLEMENTATION OF THE EUROPEAN WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE: WHAT DOES TAKING AN ECOSYSTEMS SERVICES-BASED APPROACH ADD?Kirsty Blackstock
Julia Martin-Ortega and Chris Spray
Special session 9: Water Framework DirectiveTHE 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
Special session 9: Water Framework DirectiveSS9 1. SEMINAR WATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT: A NEW FRONTIER IN WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENTDr. A. Chapagain
Science Director
Water Footprint Network
Special session 9: Water Framework DirectiveSS9 THE WATER FOOTPRINT OF PRODUCTS, COMPANIES AND CONSUMERS: WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE, EFFICIENT AND FAIR?Arjen Hoekstra
Special session 9: Water Framework DirectiveSS9 WATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE USE OF FRESHWATER IN SOUTH AFRICAH Jordaan
Special session 9: Water Framework DirectiveSS9 ROLE OF EXTERNAL WATER FOOTPRINT IN INFLUENCING CHINA’S WATER STRESSJunguo Liu
Special session 9: Water Framework DirectiveSS9 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
Special session 9: Water Framework DirectiveSS9 WATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT: A NEW FRONTIER IN WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - CONFERENCE AGENDA
Special session 10: Water and energySS10 CLIMATE CHANGE AND WATER IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIESMark Redwood
Special session 12: Infectious Diseases and Water Health SS12 WATER AND INFECTION DISEASE/WATER HEALTH - SESSION PROGRAMMEJon Cooper (session chair)
Special session 18: Scene-settingSS18 SCENE-SETTING: A NEW READING OF WATER GOVERNANCE THROUGH THE LENS OF ACTORS, INSTITUTIONS, AND SCALENaho Mirumachi
Andrea Gerlak
Special session 18: Scene-settingSS18 ACTORS: WHY POWER MATTERS AND HOW WE UNDERSTAND IT IN WATER GOVERNANCERobert G. Varady
Special session 19: Re-examining Policy For Transboundary Water Allocation And Governance SS19 RE-EXAMINING POLICY FOR TRANSBOUNDARY WATER ALLOCATION AND GOVERNANCE Naho Mirumachi
Special session 20: Strengthening Transboundary Water Security Adaptive Management To Reduce Climate Change VulnerabilitySS20 WHAT’S IN A WORD? REFLECTIONS ON THE STRUGGLE FOR SUSTAINABLE STEWARDSHIP OF WATER RESOURCES IN SOUTH AFRICA SINCE DEMOCRACY IN 1994Dr John Colvin
Special session 20: Strengthening Transboundary Water Security Adaptive Management To Reduce Climate Change VulnerabilitySS20 STRENGTHENING TRANSBOUNDARY WATER SECURITY ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT TO REDUCE CLIMATE CHANGE VULNERABILITYRobert G. Varady
Christopher A. Scott
Special session 21: The Battle To Frame Water SecuritySS21 A NORMATIVE FRAMEWORK FOR THE WATER FOOD ENERGY ENVIRONMENT NEXUSBruce Lankford
Special session 21: The Battle To Frame Water SecuritySS21 NEW-WAVE SOCIAL INTERVENTIONS FOR SHARED WATER SECURITY: INSIGHTS FROM AFRICANick Hepworth
Water Witness International
Special session 21: The Battle To Frame Water SecuritySS21 CREATING EARTH DAMS AND WATER PANS THROUGH FOOD-FOR-ASSETS: DOES THE LOGIC WORK?Dorice Agol
Special session 21: The Battle To Frame Water SecuritySS21 CHINA WATER SECURITY ASSESSMENT AT A PROVINCIAL LEVEL: APPLYING THE AWDO 2013 FRAMEWORKDr. Fu Sun
Special session 21: The Battle To Frame Water SecuritySS21 GROUNDWATER SECURITY: TENURE, EQUITY AND TRADE-OFFSElena Lopez-Gunn ICATALIST
Special session 21: The Battle To Frame Water SecuritySS21 DOES THE INTERNATIONAL WATER STEWARDSHIP STANDARD DELIVER WATER SECURITY FOR SOME, OR FOR ALL? EVIDENCE FROM THE FIRST IMPLEMENTATION IN AFRICATyler Farrow
Special session 21: The Battle To Frame Water SecuritySS21 WATER SECURITY OF THE GROUNDWATER-DEPENDENT SANTA CRUZ ACTIVE MANAGEMENT AREA ARIZONA, USASharon B. Megdal
Ph.D
Special session 21: The Battle To Frame Water SecuritySS21 THE BATTLE TO FRAME WATER SECURITYMark Zeitoun
Special session 22: Community Energy: Lessons For Adaptive Water GovernanceSS22 AGREEMENTS & ADAPTATION - SPECIAL SESSION ON GOVERNANCE OF SHARED WATERS: ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGEGabriel Eckstein
Professor of Law
Special session 22: Community Energy: Lessons For Adaptive Water GovernanceSS22 CLIMATE CHANGE AND AQUIFERS: ADAPTIVE GOVERNANCERenee Martin-Nagle
Special session 22: Community Energy: Lessons For Adaptive Water GovernanceSS22 ADAPTATION IN THE CONTEXT OF TRANSBOUNDARY WATERS: THE CASE OF BANGLADESH
Special session 22: Community Energy: Lessons For Adaptive Water GovernanceSS22 CASE: LAKE TITICACA, DESAGUADERO RIVER, LAKE POOPó AND COIPASA SALT LAKE (TDPS) SYSTEM (BOLIVIA-PERU)IDRC
CRDI
Special session 22: Community Energy: Lessons For Adaptive Water GovernanceSS22 COMMUNITY ENERGY: LESSONS FOR ADAPTIVE WATER GOVERNANCEJosh Roberts
Special session 23: Water And Mountains (icimod)SS23 WATER AND MOUNTAINS (ICIMOD)David Molden
Special session 24: Water Policy, Practice And Science InterfaceSS24 WATER POLICY, PRACTICE AND SCIENCE INTERFACE: DELIVERING RELEVANT AND MEANINGFUL RESEARCH IN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY SECTORRichard Allan
Special session 25: Water Identity, Intercultural Dialogue, And The Implications Of FinancingSS25 WATER IDENTITY, INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE, AND THE IMPLICATIONS OF FINANCING: DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF ASSESSING LARGE WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTSPoh-Ling Tan
Poh-Ling Tan
Special session 26: The Water-energy-food Nexus In The Middle East And Central AsiaSS26 THE WATER-ENERGY-FOOD NEXUS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND CENTRAL ASIAMikiyasu Nakayama
Kazimierz Salewicz
Sameh El Khatib
Risa Kikuchi
Maiko Sakamoto
Special session 27: An Equitable And Reasonable Use Of Nile Waters And ResourcesSS27 FILLING THE GRAND ETHIOPIAN RENAISSANCE DAM: IMPLICATIONS FOR RIPARIAN COUNTRIESPaul Block
Special session 27: An Equitable And Reasonable Use Of Nile Waters And ResourcesSS27 GERD AND THE CHANGING HYDROPOLITICAL DYNAMICS IN THE NILE BASIN
Special session 27: An Equitable And Reasonable Use Of Nile Waters And ResourcesSS27 A HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE TO THE BLUE NILE CHALLENGEPROF. DR. DIRK HANSCHEL
Special session 27: An Equitable And Reasonable Use Of Nile Waters And ResourcesSS27 AN EQUITABLE AND REASONABLE USE OF NILE WATERS AND RESOURCES: IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND COOPERATION IN THE REGIONZeray Yihdego
Special session 28: Water StewardshipSS28 WATER STEWARDSHIP - THE PRIVATE SECTOR'S LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITYMalcolm Gander
Malcolm Gander
Special session 30: Governance Capacity For WaterSS30 GOVERNANCE CAPACITY FOR WATERArwin van Buuren
Geert Teisman
Special session 31: Ict, Water And Climate ChangeSS31 A FOREST OPTIMIZATION MODEL TO MINIMIZE THE RISK OF HURRICANE DAMAGE EASTERN NICARAGUADr. Fernando J Mendoza Jara
Special session 31: Ict, Water And Climate ChangeSS31 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
Special session 31: Ict, Water And Climate ChangeSS31 ICT, WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGELaban MacOpiyo
Trang Bui
Special session 31: Ict, Water And Climate ChangeSS31 ICT, WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGE (2)Laban MacOpiyo
Special session 33: China's Water Resource ManagementSS33 WATER SECURITY ISSUE AND ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT TO CLIMATE CHANGEJun XIA
Special session 33: China's Water Resource ManagementSS33 WATER-ENERGY NEXUS IN CHINA: NEW CHALLENGE FOR WATER MANAGEMENTProf. Yangwen JIA
Special session 33: China's Water Resource ManagementSS33 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
Special session 33: China's Water Resource ManagementSS33 WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM IN CHINA
Special session 33: China's Water Resource ManagementSS33 WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES FOR AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM IN CHINAHuojian Huang
Special session 34: Habitat Restoration And Natural Flood ManagementSS34 STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT IN THE WATER SECTOR: EVIDENCE FROM OECDDelphine Clavreul
OECD Water Governance Programme
Special session 34: Habitat Restoration And Natural Flood ManagementSS34 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
Special session 34: Habitat Restoration And Natural Flood ManagementSS34 ESTABLISHING THE EVIDENCE BASE: QUALITY REQUIREMENTS FOR MONITORING NETWORKSE Marian Scott
Special session 34: Habitat Restoration And Natural Flood ManagementSS34 HABITAT RESTORATION AND NATURAL FLOOD MANAGEMENTDr Roy Richardson
Special session 34: Habitat Restoration And Natural Flood ManagementSS34 BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN POLICY AND PRACTICE - THE ROLE OF THE TRUSTED INTERMEDIARYTWEED FORUM
Special session 34: Habitat Restoration And Natural Flood ManagementSS34 INCORPORATING STAKEHOLDER VIEWS IN POLICY PLANNING THROUGH SCENARIOS: ESPA DELTAS EXPERIENCE IN BANGLADESHAndrew Allan
Special session 34: Habitat Restoration And Natural Flood ManagementSS34 ECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND POLICY DEVELOPMENTSally Thomas Scottish Government
Special session 36: Down The River – Out To Sea… And In Some Cases Back AgainSS36 DOWN THE RIVER – OUT TO SEA… AND IN SOME CASES BACK AGAINProf Colin Moffat
Special session 36: Down The River – Out To Sea… And In Some Cases Back AgainSS36 BARRIERS AND OPPORTUNITIES TO ADDRESS IMPACTS OF LAND-BASED ACTIVITIES ON THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT: GPA PERSPECTIVEVincent Sweeney Coordinator
GPA
Special session 36: Down The River – Out To Sea… And In Some Cases Back AgainSS36 RIDGE TO REEF - IUCN’S FRAMEWORK FOR MANAGING RIVER BASINS AND COASTAL AREAS AS A CONTINUUMDr James Dalton & Dr Isabelle Fauconnier
Special session 36: Down The River – Out To Sea… And In Some Cases Back AgainSS36 IMPORTANCE OF CONSIDERING COASTAL AQUIFERS AS PART OF THE SOURCE TO SEA CONTINUUM: EXAMPLE FROM THE MEDPARTNERSHIP PROJECTRaya Marina Stephan
Special session 37: Smart Water Management For Green GrowthSS37 WATER AND GREEN GROWTHTaesun Shin
Special session 37: Smart Water Management For Green GrowthSS37 LAKE SIHWA RESTORATION PROJECT WATER AND GREEN GROWTH CASE STUDY
Special session 37: Smart Water Management For Green GrowthSS37 INTELLIGENT WATER GRID RESEARCH PROJECT - MAY 28, 2015Dr. Hosun LEE
Special session 37: Smart Water Management For Green GrowthSS37 SMART WATER MANAGEMENT FOR GREEN GROWTHKiyoung Park
Special session 38: Young Professionals WorkshopSS38 YOUNG PROFESSIONALS WORKSHOP: FUTURE WATER CHALLENGES AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALSPierre Balzergue
Special session 40: Ten Years After The Millennium Ecosystem AssessmentTEN YEARS AFTER THE MILLENNIUM ECOSYSTEM ASSESSMENT: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON WATER ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
Special session 40: Ten Years After The Millennium Ecosystem AssessmentDEFINING ECOSYSTEM SERVICES-BASED APPROACHESKlaus Glenk
Julia Martin- Ortega
Didac Jorda- Capdevila & Kirsty Holstead
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