Congress Proceedings: Papers, posters and presentations

20172015201120082003

XVI World Water Congress, 29 May- 3 June 2017, Cancun, Mexico

IWRA World Water Congress 2017 Cancun Mexico


Number of abstracts: 266
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IWRA WORLD WATER CONGRESS - OPENING CEREMONYPatrick Lavarde, Ing. Ramón Aguirre Diaz, Mr Diéne Faye, Mr Benedito Braga, Mr Hak-Soo Lee
1. Water, sanitation and health A QUALITATIVE STUDY ON THE INTERCONNECTED NATURE OF HIV, WATER, AND FAMILYTara Zolnikov
1. Water, sanitation and health MY WALK TO WATERTara Zolnikov
1. Water, sanitation and health A LOW-COST HYDRATION INDICATOR FOR URINALS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIESJake Larsson
Leon Williams
1. Water, sanitation and health IMPACTS CAUSED BY SUBSTANCES PRESENT IN ELECTRONIC WASTE IN YOUR CONTACT WITH WATERLuiz Carlos Pereira
1. Water, sanitation and health UNDERSTANDING THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF KNOWLEDGE INTERCHANGE BETWEEN THE SCIENTISTS AND POLICY MAKERS IN THE WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE SECTOR IN NIGERIA.Emmanuel Akpabio
1. Water, sanitation and health TECHNICAL OPTION BROUGHT SOLUTION FOR SAFE WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT IN URBAN PUBLIC TOILET AND IMPROVED GROUND WATER TABLE. Chandan Kumar
1. Water, sanitation and health TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DRINKING WATER TREATMENT - THE USE OF NATURAL COAGULANT IN THE REMOVAL OF MICROALGAELivia Oliveira Ruiz Moreti
Daniel Mantovani
Marcelo F Vieira
Angélica M S Vieira
Laiza B Beltran
Giovana Telles
Fatima J Basset
1. Water, sanitation and health SHARING WATER: WATER CONFLICT MANAGEMENT AND BUILDING RELATIONS, THE CASE STUDY OF THE CITY OF BRAZLâNDIA, BRAZIL - THE DESCOBERTO BASINJuliana Pinheiro Gomes
Miguel de Freitas Sartori
1. Water, sanitation and health THE POLLUTION OF BRAZILIAN URBAN RIVERS, A STUDY ABOUT RIO DAS BOMBAS RIVER, JOAO PESSOA/PARAíBA-BRAZILBruna Leticia Oliveira da Silva
Romulo Henrique Teixeira do Egito
Janyelle Santos Soares
Rafael Aguiar de Miranda
Gilcean Silva Alves
1. Water, sanitation and health WATER, ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH: THE IMPACT OF THE OPEN DUMP IN BRASILIA-DF, BRAZILVanessa Cruvinel
Lucijane Monteiro
elaine Nolasco
Izabel Zaneti
Aldira Domiguez
1. Water, sanitation and health IDENTIFICATION ARSENIC (V) BY CYCLIC VOLTAMMETRY AND RECOVERY OF ARSENIC BY ELECTRODEPOSITION.Haydeana Isabel Navarro Solis
Aline del Carmen Gonzalez Canchola
Genoveva Rosano Ortega
Sofia Esperanza Garrido Hoyos
Pedro Avila Pérez
1. Water, sanitation and health DESIGN CHALLENGES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE USER INTERFACE OF LOW-WATER TOILETS IN URBAN ENVIRONMENTSross tierney
Leon Williams
Alison Parker
Sean Tyrell
Ewan McAdam
Athanasios Kolios
1. Water, sanitation and health IMPORTANCE OF WATER QUALITY INSIDE PERU BY LABORATORIES CERTIFIED IN THE NTP ISO/IEC 17025:2006Jorge O. Echevarria
1. Water, sanitation and health ISOTOPE BASED ASSESSMENT OF DEEP GROUNDWATER RESOURCES FOR SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT IN THE COASTAL AREAS OF BANGLADESH – CRISIS IN OVEREXPLOITATION AND SALINIZATIONNasir Ahmed
Pradeep Aggarwal
1. Water, sanitation and health WATER QUALITY INDEX OF LAKE CHAPALA IN MEXICO AND ITS POTENTIAL RISK TO PUBLIC HEALTHRamiro Vallejo-Rodríguez
Elizabeth León-Becerril
José de Jesús Díaz-Torres
Leonel Hernández-Mena
Jorge del Real-Olvera
Valentín Flores-Payán
1. Water, sanitation and health SPATIAL PREDICTION OF ARSENIC ON GROUNDWATER PERFORATIONS OF SANTA ROSA BASIN, CATAMARCA, ARGENTINA.Monica Morvillo
Romina Battistella
Irene Ortega Paredes
1. Water, sanitation and health MUNICIPAL SANITATION PLANS IN BRAZIL: ANALYSIS OF PLANS AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO IMPROVE PLANNING SANITATION IN BRAZIL.Rafaella Oliveira Baracho
Rita Claire Klees
1. Water, sanitation and health SITUATIONAL STUDY OF THE DRINKING WATER QUALITY IN QUILOMBOLA COMMUNITIES IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF SãO LUíS GONZAGA, MA, BRAZILMárcia Araújo van der Boor
Raimundo Rodrigues dos Santos Filho
Júlio César Reis da Silva
Jaiza Lima Leite Lira
1. Water, sanitation and health MICROBIOLOGICAL WATER QUALITY MONITORING THAT FUELS HOSPITALS SUPPLY FROM MARANHÃO STATE MUNICIPALITIES ALTERNATIVE OR NOT.PATRICIA Figueiredo
GEORGE CAMPOS
MARCIA BOOR
1. Water, sanitation and health WATER MANAGEMENT IN A HIGH MOUNTAIN COMMUNITYCristina Torres
Patricia Rojas
María Pérez
Gloria Jaime
Marcela Medina
Juana Albarracín
Cintia Mariana Romero
Marí
1. Water, sanitation and health WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION IN THE COMMUNITY OF JARAQUIEL, MONTERÍA-COLOMBIA, USING MORINGA OLEIFERA AS COAGULANT AND COCONUT SHELL TO OBTAIN ACTIVED CARBONCarlos Andrés Burgos Galeano
Paula Andrea Estrada Palencia
Álvaro Javier Arroyo Arango
Diana Carolina Pérez Vergara
Jaime Enrique Sánchez García
1. Water, sanitation and health THE EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF BASIC SANITATION INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE US-MEXICO BORDERMaria Elena Giner
Felipe Vazquez
Mario Vazquez
Tomas Balarezo
Ana Cordova
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse “WELL RECHARGING” THROUGH ROOF RAINWATER SUPPORTS DESALINATION OF COASTAL ECOSYSTEMSJos Raphael
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse DESALINATION TECHNOLOGY IN THE US – POTENTIALS FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND SUSTAINABLE WATER SUPPLYJad Ziolkowska, Reuben Reyes
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse OPTIMIZATION OF ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS THROUGH ENERGY SAVINGRamón Merino Loo, Aída Velasquez Fonseca
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse PLASMON ENHANCED DEGRADATION OF METHYLENE BLUE VIA PHOTOCATALYSIS (SOLAR AND ULTRAVIOLET) AND SONOCATALYSIS USING HETERO-NANOCATALYSTS BASED ON ZNO AND AU NANOPARTICLES.George Ricardo Santana Andrade
Cristiane Cunha Nascimento
Elias Cordeiro Silva Júnior
Douglas Thainan Silva Lima Mendes
Iara F. Gimenez
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse RIVERS OF TUCUMAN CONTAMINATION BY VINASSE SPILLS. ALTERNATIVE TO REDUCE THE LEVELS OF THIS POLLUTANT AND PROMOTE ITS USES.María Laura Muruaga
María Gabriela Muruaga
Cristian Andres Sleiman
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse GREEN SYNTHESIZED COPPER NANOPARTICLES INTO GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON OF BABASSU COCONUT BY HIBISCUS SABDARIFFA FLOWERS FOR REMOVAL OF NITRATERebecca Paixão
Isabela Reck
Marcelo Vieira
Rosângela Bergamasco
Angélica Vieira
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse BIODEGRADATION OF FREE CYANIDE BY BACTERIAL SPECIES ISOLATED FROM CYANIDE-CONTAMINATED ARTISANAL GOLD MINING CATCHMENT AREA IN BURKINA FASOLovasoa Christine RAZANAMAHANDRY
Harinaivo Anderson ANDRIANISA
Hela KAROUI
Hamma YACOUBA
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse CYANIDE BIODEGRADATION KINETICS AND FACTORSLovasoa Christine RAZANAMAHANDRY
Hela KAROUI
Harinaivo Anderson ANDRIANISA
Hamma YACOUBA
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse PREDICTION MODEL FOR CYANIDE ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION IN ARTISANAL GOLD MINING AREA BY USING GEOSTASTICAL APPROACHES Lovasoa Christine RAZANAMAHANDRY
Harinaivo Anderson ANDRIANISA
Hela KAROUI
Joel PODGORSKI
Hamma YACOUBA
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse ENVIRONMENTAL FATE AND BEHAVIOR OF TRANSFORMATION PRODUCTS OF PESTICIDES USED IN AGRICULTURAL AND URBAN AREASBirte Hensen
Oliver Olsson
Klaus Kuemmerer
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse ENVIRONMENTAL OCCURRENCE OF OXYTETRACYCLINE AND THE POTENTIAL FORMATION OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN BACTERIAMelisabel Munoz
Robin Autenrieth
Itza Mendoza-Sanchez
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ZINC AND CUPPER MOFS DERIVED FROM DIAZO AND OXIM LIGANDS FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENTRodrigo Alonso Chan-Navarro
Margarita Loredo-Cancino
Nancy Elizabeth Dávila-Guzmán
David Alejandro De Haro-Del Río
Marlene Vázquez-Mozencahuatzi
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse DEMONSTRATION OF CARBON BASED MULTI-FUNCTIONAL AND AFFORDABLE WATER FILTERS: A SUSTAINABLE AND COMPACT DRINKING WATER FACILITIES FOR RURAL INDIAShivaraju Harikaranahalli Puttaiah
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse USING IN-STREAM WET-LAND TECHNIQUE TO ENHANCE AGRICULTURE DRAINAGE WATER QUALITYEmad Ibrahim
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse PHOTOCATALYTIC DEGRADATION OF METHYLENE BLUE (MB) DYE UNDER UV/VISIBLE LIGHT BY TIO2 NANOPARTICLE SELF-ASSEMBLED COMMERCIAL POLYETHERSULFONE ULTRAMEMBRANERosangela Bergamasco
Priscila F Coldebella
Franciele Camacho
Driano Rezende
Leticia Nishi
Marcia R F Klen
Angelica M S Vie
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse EFFECT OF EFFLUENT FROM SOAP INDUSTRY ON THE PHYSICO- CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF NEARBY WELL WATERMuideen Ayotunde LIASU
Adetutu Aderonke OKOYA
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse ASSESSMENT OF EFFLUENT FROM HERBAL MIXTURE INDUSTRY ON THE PHYSICO- CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF NEARBY WELL WATERMuideen Ayotunde LIASU
Adetutu Aderonke OKOYA
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse ADSORPTION CAPACITY STUDY OF ACTIVATED CARBON OF BABASSU COCONUT TO REMOVE YELLOW DYE TARTRAZINE FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION Isabela Reck
Rebecca Paixão
Raquel Gomes
Rosângela Bergamasco
Marcelo Vieira
Angélica Vieira
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse CHROMIUM RECOVERY FROM ELECTROPLATING RINSING WATERS USING A NOVEL METAL EXCHANGE TECHNOLOGYABDELAZIZ GHERROU
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY USING PRINCIPAL COMPONENT ANALYSIS: A CASE STUDY OF THE AçUDE DA MACELA, SERGIPE, BRAZILCarlos Alexandre Borges Garcia
Helenice Leite Garcia
Maria Caroline Silva Mendona
Anamália Ferreira da Silva
José do Patrocínio Hora Alves
Silvânio Silvéri
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse ASSESSMENT OF WATER QUALITY OF THE NOSSA SENHORA DAS DORES-SE RESERVOIRCarlos Alexandre Borges Garcia
Anamália Ferreira da Silva
Maria Caroline Silva Mendonça
Helenice Leite Garcia
Ana Carla Santos Andrade
Silvânio Silvério
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse EFFICIENT SUNLIGHT DRIVEN PHOTOCATALYTIC DEGRADATION OF ORGANIC DYES BY CDS/BENTONITE NANOCOMPOSITEErick C. Neves
Jamiel M. Oliveira
Cristiane C. Nascimento
George Ricardo S. Andrade
Iara F. Gimenez
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse ALTERNATIVE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT IN DOMESTIC WASTE WATER TREATMENT: OXIDATION PONDS CASE IN THE UNIVERSIDAD DE PIURA - PERúIgnacio Benavent
Adriadna Chavez
Miguel Castro
Milagros B. Pasache
Doris Peña
Diego Rey
Victor Hugo Vivanco
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse RESEARCH ON BIOLOGICAL INDICES FOR ECOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF WATER BODIES IN TURKEYHümeyra Bahçeci
Nesibe Turan
Tolga Çetin
Burcu Cömert
Seda Arı
Müge Erkan Aydar
Nida Bakır
Hale
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse INVESTIGATION OF THE HYDRAULIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RECTANGULAR SEDIMENTATION TANK BY USING SST K- ω TURBULENCE MODELHasim A. M. Heikal
Aida Abd El-Hafiz
Ahmed El Baz
Sherif Farghaly
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse STUDY THE PERFORMANCE OF CIRCULAR CLARIFIER IN EXISTING POTABLE WATER TREATMENT PLANT BY USING COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS.Hasim A. M. Heikal
Aida Abd El-Hafiz
Ahmed El Baz
Sherif Farghaly
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse USING BACTERIAL SOURCE TRACKING TO DEVELOP WATERSHED RESTORATION PLANSKevin Wagner
George DiGiovanni
Terry Gentry
Elizabeth Casarez
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse EVALUATING ENZYME PERFORMANCE IN THE FACE OF PROCESS OR WATER MATRIX COMPLEXITY AND VARIABILITYKristoffer Still
Rachel L. Gomes
Anca Pordea
Stephen Hall
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse MANAGING WATER QUALITY IN TRANSBOUNDARY RIVERPILAR SALDAÑA
Jorge Izurieta
Antonieta Gómez
Luis Bravo
Javier Sánchez
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse APPLICATION OF CONSISTENT CONTACT RECREATION WATER QUALITY STANDARDS ACROSS HYDROLOGICAL EXTREMES: REASONABLE OR RIDICULOUS? Lucas Gregory
Stephen Muela
Kevin Wagner
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse ORGANIC POLLUTION OF OUéMé RIVER IN BENIN REPUBLICRebecca Annick LAWANI
Nelly Carine KELOME
Micheline AGASSOUNON TCHIBOZO
Jechonias HOUNKPE
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse ENVIRONMENTAL DIAGNOSIS OF THE AQUIFER FREE OF THE NORTH ZONE OF ARACAJU-SERGIPE THROUGH METAL, IONS AND BTEX CONCENTRATIONSCarlos Alexandre Borges Garcia
Nathália Krissi Novaes Oliveira
Ranyere Lucena de Souza
Helenice Leite Garcia
Maria Caroline Silva Mendonça
José do Patrocín
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse BIOSORPTION POTENTIAL EVALUATION OF ATRAZINE BY MORINGA SEED HUSKS IN FIXED BEDMarcelo Fernandes Vieira
Natália Cândido Homem
Angelica Salcedo Vieira
Rosângela Bergamasco
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK MANAGEMENT OF ACCUMULATION OF CHEMICAL POLLUTION IN SEASONAL SNOW AND GLACIERS AND THEIR TRANSPORTATION BY WATERWAYSParviz Normatov
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse STRATEGIES FOR WATER QUALITY RESERVOIR ASSESSMENT: WATER QUALITY INDEX, TROPHIC STATE INDEX AND FUZZY LOGICHelenice Leite Garcia
Carlos Alexandre Borges Garcia
Maria Caroline Silva Mendonça
Igor Santos Silva
Silvânio Silvério Lopes da Costa
Rennan Geovanny
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse EVALUATION OF THE WATER QUALITY IN SERGIPE HINTERLAND RESERVOIRS, NORTHEAST BRAZIL. Cristiane Cunha Nascimento
Silvanio Costa
Anairam Melo
Maria Caroline Mendonça
Helenice Garcia
Jose do Patrocinio Alves
Carlos Alexan
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse “NUTRIENT REMOVAL OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS IN AN ARTIFICIAL WETLAND SUBSURFACE FLOW UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF MACROPHYTE CHRISSOPOGON ZIZANIODES ".Hugo Arangoitia Valladares
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse HYDROCHEMICAL AND SPATIAL GROUPING OF GROUNDWATER OF SANTA ROSA VALLEY, CATAMARCA, ARGENTINARomina Battistella
Irene Ortega Paredes
Monica Morvillo
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse BOOSTING DIRECT POTABLE REUSE: MEASURES TO BE TAKEN TO HELP SHORTEN THE KNOWLEDGE GAPS AND UNCERTAINTIES SURROUNDING THIS TECHNOLOGY Jessica Rodrigues Pires da Silva
Albert MacHlin
Marcel Henrique Amaral Ribeiro
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse WATER REUSE FOR IRRIGATION AS PART OF THE WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT FOR THE SANITATION OF THE ATOYAC RIVER BASIN, MEXICO: AN ALTERNATIVE FROM A HYDRAULIC POINT OF VIEWVictor Ortiz
Judith Ramos-Hernandez
Jesus Gracia
Edgar Mendoza
2. Water quality, wastewater and reuse ANALYSIS OF THE PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES TO IMPROVE ARSENIC SLUDGE DEWATERING AND DISPOSALGarrido Hoyos Sofía Esperanza
García Mendoza Karina
Miranda Zamora Estefanía
3. Water security in a changing worldADAPTATION PROGRAM ON CLIMATE RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURES IN COASTAL ZONE OF BANGLADESHMd. Sarafat Hossain Khan
3. Water security in a changing worldASSESSMENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON THE VARIABILITY OF FUTURE STREAMFLOW IN A SELECTED CONTRIBUTING CATCHMENT OF THE AUSTRALIAN HYDROLOGIC REFERENCE STATIONSHashim Alsafi
Ranjan Sarukkalige
3. Water security in a changing worldHISTORIC DROUGHTS IN THE UK: WHAT CAN WE LEARN TO IMPROVE AGRICULTURAL DROUGHT MANAGEMENT IN THE FUTURE?Dolores Rey
Ian Holman
Jerry Knox
3. Water security in a changing worldSUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT IN TAMIL NADU, INDIA THROUGH WATER SECURITY PATHWAYS Natarajan Pachamuthu Muthaiyah
Shambu Kallolikar
3. Water security in a changing worldCLUSTERING FLUCTUATION PATTERNS OF GROUNDWATER LEVELS IN TOKYO CAUSED BY THE GREAT EAST JAPAN EARTHQUAKE USING SELF-ORGANIZING MAPSAkira Kawamura
Shigeyuki Ishihara
Hideo Amaguchi
Tadakatsu Takasaki
3. Water security in a changing worldDEVELOPMENT OF THE INTEGRATED APPROACH OF THE FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT: THE UKRAINIAN EXPERIENCEViacheslav Manukalo
3. Water security in a changing worldPILOT PROJECT OF GROUNDWATER OVEREXPLOITATION CONTROL IN THE NORTH CHINA
3. Water security in a changing worldESTIMATION OF THE DAMAGE COST ON COMPOUND WATER RELATED DISASTER IN JAPAN USING 2D NON-UNIFORM FLOW MODELYukako Tanaka
So Kazama
Daisuke Komori
Masahiro Akima
3. Water security in a changing worldCOMMUNITY BASED- FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT: EXPERIENCES AND CHALLENGES IN MALAWIRobert Sakić Trogrlić
Grant Wright
Adebayo Adeloye
Melanie Duncan
Faidess Mwale
3. Water security in a changing worldACHIEVING PERMANENT WATER SECURITY TO COLORADO BASIN IS A DREAM, WITHOUT TRANSBASIN DIVERSION FROM MISSISSIPPI RIVERNatarajan Pachamuthu
3. Water security in a changing world“WATER SECURITY”- THROUGH TECHNO-SUSTAINABLE MECHANISMamrisha pandey
3. Water security in a changing worldPLANNING FOR DESALINATION: A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY Adriana Zuniga
America Lutz-Ley
Janaina Pasqual
Rodolfo Peon
Yulia Peralta
3. Water security in a changing worldUSING THE WATER-ENERGY-FOOD NEXUS TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE MEKONG RIVER BASINMan Yang
Rabi Mohtar
Qiong Su
3. Water security in a changing worldTHE MECHANISM OF SALTY TIDE INTRUSION IN PEARL RIVER ESTUARY AND THE SUSTAINABLE USE OF WATER RESOURCES IN PEARL RIVER DELTAxinfeng zhang
Desheng yang
ran jiang
3. Water security in a changing worldCRITERIA FOR THE SELECTION AND DESIGN OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION MEASURES FOR MEXICOPEDRO ANTONIO GUIDO-ALDANA
ADRIANA MARÍA RAMÍREZ-CAMPEROS
3. Water security in a changing worldQUO VADIS AQUA MUNDI? THE FUTURE OF WATER.Yoram Eckstein
3. Water security in a changing worldASSESSING THE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE WATER-ENERGY NEXUS: CASE STUDY FOR SHANXI’S ENERGY BASES, CHINAYongnan Zhu
Yong Zhao
Haihong Li
Lizhen Wang
Lei Li
Jiaqi Zhai
3. Water security in a changing worldALIGNING WATER SECURITY POLICY WITH INCREASING DROUGHT PERSISTENCE.Robert Dick
3. Water security in a changing worldMEDITERRANEAN WETLANDS: NATURAL SOLUTIONS TO DEAL WITH CLIMATE CHANGECéline Dubreuil
Juliette Balavoine
Nicolas Dutreix
Pierre Bégat
Rabab Yassine
3. Water security in a changing worldA FRAMEWORK TO ASSESS EFFECTIVENESS AND RISKS OF INTEGRATED RESERVOIR OPERATION FOR FLOOD MANAGEMENT CONSIDERING ENSEMBLE HYDROLOGICAL PREDICTIONDaisuke Nohara
Tomoharu Hori
Hiroki Saito
3. Water security in a changing worldFACTORS IDENTIFYING AQUIFERS WITH A HIGH PROBABILITY OF MANAGEMENT SUCCESSEric Garner
3. Water security in a changing worldMAKING SMART RAINWATER HOUSE
3. Water security in a changing worldTRANSITIONING TO EVIDENCE BASED, PROACTIVE AND RESILIENT WATER RESOURCES PLANNING: A CASE STUDY FROM SEYCHELLES.Mark Futter
Evan Dollar
3. Water security in a changing worldCHALLENGES AND ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES OF WATER RESOURCES CHANGE IN THE YELLOW RIVER BASIN UNDER THE CHANGING ENVIRONMENTYangwen Jia
Cunwen Niu
Yaqin Qiu
Chunfeng Hao
3. Water security in a changing worldSTEPPING OUT OF THE ‘WATER-BOX’ - RE-THINKING TRANSBOUNDARY WATER COOPERATION-Yumiko Yasuda
3. Water security in a changing worldGLOBAL VALUE CHAINS AND INTERNATIONAL WATER SECURITY: A CRITICAL STUDYKleverton Melo de Carvalho
Maria Elisabete Pereira dos Santos
3. Water security in a changing worldSTUDY ON SNOW MELTING PROCESS IN LAND SURFACE MODEL IN HIGH ALTITUDES IN ZERAVSHAN RIVER BASINYoshiya Touge
Kenji Tanaka
Eiichi Nakakita
So Kazama
3. Water security in a changing worldTRUTH BEHIND NOAH’S DELUGE – AN IMPLICATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATIONSaswati Roy
Malay Mukhopadhyay
3. Water security in a changing worldWATER QUALITY AND EXTREME EVENTS IN THE FACE OF CLIMATE CHANGE: DOES SCIENCE SUPPLY MEET DEMAND?Meghan Klasic
Julia Ekstrom
Mark Lubell
Louise Bedsworth
3. Water security in a changing worldWATER SECURITY AND CHARGING FOR THE USE OF WATER IN RIVER BASINS: A CASE STUDY IN SãO PAULO, BRAZILIna Thome Picoli
Roberto Luiz do Carmo
3. Water security in a changing worldTHE COOPERATION UNITED NATIONS IN CASE OF DISASTERS CAUSED BY NATURAL EVENT IN TRANSBOUNDERY BASIN AND ISLAND STATES.Fátima de Jesús Moreno Merlo
3. Water security in a changing worldHOW DO WE BUILD DROUGHT RESILIENT DRINKING WATER UTILITIES? LEARNING FROM CALIFORNIAN UTILITIES’ DROUGHT RESPONSESAmanda Fencl
Julia Ekstrom
Mark Lubell
Louise Bedsworth
3. Water security in a changing worldTRENDS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF WATER-ENERGY-FOOD NEXUS METHODS Tamee Albrecht
Arica Crootof
Christopher Scott
3. Water security in a changing worldECONOMIC VALUE OF WATER IN THE ACONCAGUA RIVER BASIN, A COMPARISON BETWEEN AGRICULTURE AND MINING SECTORSEric Figueroa
Neil McIntyre
Jim Smart
3. Water security in a changing worldEFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WATER AVAILABILITY IN A HYDROLOGICAL WATERSHED LOCATED IN AN ARID REGION IN THE NORTH-CENTRAL PORTION IN MEXICO. Humberto Silva-Hidalgo
Guadalupe Estrada-Gutiérrez
Martha Lorena Calderón-Fernández
Fernando Rafael Astorga-Bustillos
María de Lourdes Villalba
3. Water security in a changing worldDAM MANAGEMENT IN MEXICO CAJON DE PEñA DAM, JALISCO STATERoberto Ramírez de la Parra
Dr. Víctor Hugo Alcocer Yamanaka
Óscar Sánchez Montufar
Horacio Rubio Gutiérrez
3. Water security in a changing worldSPECIAL SESSION - WATER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT: KEY FOR THE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AGENDA AND MEETING THE SDGS (WWF)Karin M. Krchnak
4. Water policy and governanceINTERNATIONAL WATER RIGHTS ON THE WHITE NILE OF THE NEW STATE OF SOUTH SUDANAndreas Wendl
4. Water policy and governanceTHE DISCUSS OF SOME LEGAL QUESTION ABOUT THE PEARL RIVER ESTUARY RIVER AND SEA BOUNDARIESli Yan
men-wu wu
zhi-peng ma
4. Water policy and governanceDROUGHT RESPONSE AND IRRIGATION: OVERCOMING LACUNAE IN IMPACT ASSESSMENT AND DECISION MAKINGCarlos Dionisio Pérez-Blanco
Elco Koks
Elisa Caliari
4. Water policy and governanceGOVERNANCE OF WATER RESOURCES IN THE HIGHLANDS OF JALISCO, MEXICO: THE CASE OF THE MICROWATERSHED OF JIHUTE IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF TEPATITLáN DE MORELOSAldo Castañeda
Hugo Flores
Rogelio Martinez
4. Water policy and governanceEQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION OF POTABLE WATER AND REALIZATION OF WATER CHARGES FOR SELF SUSTAINABLE WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS IN SOUTH EAST ASIAN COUNTRIES OF CAMBODIA, LAOS, THAILAND AND VIETNAMPooja Kapoor
R K Gupta
4. Water policy and governanceTHE MICROECONOMICS OF WATER DEMAND UNDER DEFICIT IRRIGATION: A CASE STUDY IN SOUTHERN SPAIN.Alfonso Exposito
Julio Berbel
4. Water policy and governanceWATER PRICING AND PARTICIPATORY IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT UNDER INTEGRATED WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR, INDIA: EXPERIENCES AND LESSONS LEARNTIshita Singh
4. Water policy and governanceTHE FUTURE OF DOMESTIC WATER LAW: TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS REVISITEDStefano Burchi
4. Water policy and governanceCLOSING THE WATER CYCLE: A COMPARISON OF THE INSTITUTIONAL SETTINGS FOR WASTEWATER REUSE IN 4 COUNTRIES WITH A FOCUS ON THE AGRICULTURAL SECTORstijn speelman
4. Water policy and governanceTHE NEED TO PROVE THE EXISTENCE OF SUFFICIENT WATER RESOURCES AS A PREREQUISITE FOR THE AUTHORIZATION OF NEW URBAN DEVELOPMENTS: THE SPANISH MODELRoberto Bustillo Bolado
Laura Movilla Pateiro
4. Water policy and governanceLEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR GROUNDWATER REGULATION IN THE STAMPRIET TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFER SYSTEM – A CASE STUDY OF NAMIBIABertram John Swartz
4. Water policy and governanceCHANGING TIDES OF EGYPTIAN HYDRO-HEGEMONYShawna Moore
4. Water policy and governanceNAVIGATING THE CONFLUENCE: SOURCES OF RECONCILIATION FLOWING BETWEEN THE HUMAN RIGHT TO WATER AND ECONOMIC EFFICIENCYBrett A. Miller
4. Water policy and governanceSUSTAINABLE CONTRIBUTION: CONSUMER AND ACCESS OF FRESHWATERDaniela Bitencourt
Maria José Soares
Ana Rocha Santos
4. Water policy and governanceTARIFF CREATION PROCESSES IN THE AMAZON: A CASE STUDY FROM AN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITYGisselle Vila Benites
4. Water policy and governanceRELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERFORMANCE MEASURES OF INDIAN WATER SUPPLY SERVICES AND THEIR DETERMINANTS Sai Amulya Nyathikala
Mukul Kulshrestha
4. Water policy and governanceTHE NUBIAN SANDSTONE AQUIFER SYSTEM (NSAS): A CASE OF COOPERATION IN THE MAKING Elena Quadri
4. Water policy and governanceWATER-NOMICS OF THE YANGTZE RIVER ECONOMIC BELT: STRATEGIES & RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GREEN DEVELOPMENT ALONG THE RIVERFeng Hu
Debra Tan
Qian Yang
Xiaolan Zhang
4. Water policy and governanceADAPTATION EFFECT FOR FLOOD IN WHOLE JAPAN USING GCMS WITH SCENARIOSSo Kazama
4. Water policy and governanceTHE WATER-ENERGY-FOOD NEXUS IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBEEAN. PLANNING, LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND PRIORITY INTERCONNECTIONS.Liber MARTIN
Antonio EMBID IRUJO
4. Water policy and governanceTHE TRANSBOUNDARY DISPUTE OVER THE WATERS OF THE SILAL/SILOLI (BOLIVIA V. CHILE)Christopher Rossi
4. Water policy and governanceWATER PRODUCER PROJECT IN THE PIPIRIPAU RIVER BASIN, FEDERAL DISTRICT - DF, BRAZILJosé Bento Da Rocha
Antônio José Andrade Rocha
Juliana Santos Vianna
Hudson Rocha de Oliveira
4. Water policy and governanceWATER PLANNING AND GOVERNANCE: IMPLEMENTATION IN THE RIO AMECAMECA SUB BASIN, VALLEY OF MEXICOMoisés Hernández
4. Water policy and governance THE MEDIATION FOR WATER IN LATIN AMERICA, AN ANALYSIS FROM THE ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICEJulián Andrés Álvarez Restrepo
4. Water policy and governanceSHARING OF BENEFITS IN THE DRAFT ARTICLES ON THE LAW OF TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMISSIONRaya Marina Stephan
4. Water policy and governanceINDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES' WATER RIGHTS, INTERNATIONAL LAW AND WATER SECURITYAlexander Otte
Blanca Jimenez-Cisneros
Mona Polacca
Darlene Sanderson
Mara Tignino
4. Water policy and governanceSOLVING WATER CONFLICT IN CANADA THROUGH HUMAN RIGHTS, PUBLIC TRUST, AND COMMUNITY PLANNINGMargot Hurlbert
4. Water policy and governanceINSTITUTIONAL CHANGES AND GOVERNANCES OF DRINKING WATER IN MEXICOFernando Gumeta-Gomez
Elvira Duran Medina
Gustavo Hinojosa-Arango
4. Water policy and governanceDO INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ RIGHTS TO LANDS AND NATURAL RESOURCES EXTEND TO TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS CONTAMINATED BY MINING PRODUCTION WITHIN THE LAKE TITICACA REGION? Pauline Robert
4. Water policy and governanceACCOUNTING FOR WATER IN DRY REGIONS: A COMPARATIVE REVIEWAlvar Escriva-Bou
Henry McCann
Ellen Hanak
Brian Gray
Jay Lund
4. Water policy and governanceMANAGING WATER RESOURCES IN THE PUBLIC INTERESTLiber Martin
Mark Squillace
4. Water policy and governanceFORESTRY MANAGEMENT AND WATER LAW: COMPARING THE PAUTE BASIN IN ECUADOR AND THE VERDE BASIN IN ARIZONAAndres Martinez Moscoso
4. Water policy and governance"PARTICIPATION AND SOCIAL CAPITAL FOR WATERSHED MANAGEMENT: EVALUATION OF WATER SAFETY ORGANISMS IN LOWER BALSAS (MICHOACáN)"Ana Burgos
Sara Medrano
4. Water policy and governanceUSE AND MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES: LINKING LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT FROM THE BOTTOM UP AND TOP DOWNLuis Alberto Labra Hernandez
Alex Manetta
4. Water policy and governanceCLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND THE PIVOTAL ROLE OF WATER: PROPOSED POLICY RESPONSE FOR AUSTRALIA?Maureen Papas
4. Water policy and governanceSTRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF AN INTEGRATED DRINKING-WATER MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES AT THE ALTIPLANO POTOSINOJuan Carlos Tejeda-González
Ma. Catalina Alfaro-de la Torre
Pedro Medellín-Milán
4. Water policy and governanceWATER RESOURCES POLICY FOR THE BRAZILIAN SEMIARID REGIONMaria Edelcides Gondim de Vasconcelos
Bruna Letícia Oliveira da Silva
Henrique de Castro Silva
Iran Oikawa Cordeiro
Rafael Aguiar de Miranda
Rômulo Henriqu
4. Water policy and governanceRESEARCH ON COMPENSATION OF HYDROLOGICAL PROJECT REGULATION FOR ECO-ENVIRONMENTAL FLOW GUARANTEE IN THE WEIHE RIVER BASIN, CHINACunwen Niu
Yangwen JIA
Yaqin QIU
Chunfeng HAO
Wenhai ZHANG
4. Water policy and governanceINCREASING BLOCK RATE TARIFFS AND WATER CONSERVATION: A CASE STUDY OF INDIVIDUALLY METERED DWELLINGS IN MULTI-STOREY BUILDINGS IN THE FEDERAL DISTRICT, BRAZIL.Patrícia Silva Cáceres
Lúlio Descartes Silva Azevedo
Kaoara Batista de Sa
Daniel Richard Santana
4. Water policy and governanceGEO-HYDROLOGY OF TRANSBOUNDARY CONFINED AQUIFERS AND INTERNATIONAL WATER LAWMalebo Matlala
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Oscar de Moraes Cordeiro Netto
4. Water policy and governancePOLITICAL ECONOMY OF ENERGY SUBSIDIES FOR GROUNDWATER IRRIGATION IN SEMI-ARID AREA IN ARGENTINA
4. Water policy and governanceSTUDY OF POTENTIAL INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES IN LAS VEGAS VALLEYHaroon Stephen
Yoohwan Kim
Sajjad Ahmad
4. Water policy and governanceTOWARDS A WATER GOVERNANCE INDEX (WGI) FOR ANDEAN MICRO-WATERSHEDS USING PRESSURE-STATE-RESPONSE INDICATORS AND FUZZY LOGIC SYSTEM. STUDY CASE IN COLOMBIAVIVIANA VARGAS-FRANCO
INES RESTREPO-TARQUINO
4. Water policy and governanceDOMESTIC WATER ACCESS AND PERIURBAN POVERTY IN THE METROPOLITAN ZONE OF MEXICO CITY. WHAT CAN WE LEARN TO IMPROVE WATER ACCESS POLICY DECISIONS?Esthela Sotelo
4. Water policy and governanceSHARING WATER RESOURCES AND WATER ALLOCATIONJuliana Santos Vianna
Hudson Rocha de Oliveira
José Bento da Rocha
4. Water policy and governanceCOMPARISON AND EVOLUTION OF WATER INSTITUTIONS IN THE U.S. MIDWESTYubing Fan
Laura McCann
4. Water policy and governanceFACTORS PREVENTING FINALIZATION OF THE DRAFT ARTICLES IN THE 2008 UNGA RESOLUTION ON THE LAW OF TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERS Malcolm J. Gander
4. Water policy and governancePROPOSAL OF CONTINUOUS WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS IN URBAN MEXICORodolfo Salvador Delgadillo
4. Water policy and governanceAIDA SPECIAL SESSION - MODULE C - TRAINING COURSE ON THE GREENING OF WATER LAWMarcella Nanni (2016)
4. Water policy and governanceAIDA SPECIAL SESSION - TRAINING COURSE ON THE GREENING OF WATER LAW: NO SIGNIFICANT HARM AND TRANSBOUNDARY ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT - GROUP EXERCISEDr Mara Tignino
4. Water policy and governanceAIDA SPECIAL SESSION - MODULE E - THE GREENING OF WATER LAW - PROTECTION OF GROUNDWATER SYSTEMSGabriel Eckstein
4. Water policy and governanceAIDA SPECIAL SESSION - MODULE A - THE GREENING OF WATER LAW - PROTECTION OF GROUNDWATER SYSTEMS: WATER LAW AND ENVIRONMENTStephano Burchi
4. Water policy and governanceSPECIAL SESSION - OECD - TOWARDS A SPECIAL ISSUE OF WATER INTERNATIONAL ON THE OECD PRINCIPLES ON WATER GOVERNANCEAziza Akhmouch and Delphine Clavreul (OECD)
4. Water policy and governanceSPECIAL SESSION - OECD WATER GOVERNANCE - THE EVOLUTION OF WATER GOVERNANCE IN FRANCE FROM THE 60S: DISPUTES AS MAJOR DRIVERS FOR DRASTIC CHANGES WITHIN A CONSENSUAL FRAMEMarine Colon, Sophie Richard, Pierre-Alain Roche
4. Water policy and governanceSPECIAL SESSION - PRESENTATION 1. WATER IN THE WORLD WE WANT - POLICY AND PLANNING FOR ACCELERATED SGD SUCCESSVladimir Smakhtin
4. Water policy and governanceSPECIAL SESSION - PRESENTATION 2. WATER IN THE WORLD WE WANT - POLICY AND PLANNING FOR ACCELERATED SGD SUCCESSUnited Nations University - Institute for Water, Environment and Health (UNU-INWEH)
4. Water policy and governanceSPECIAL SESSION - PRESENTATION 4. WATER IN THE WORLD WE WANT - POLICY AND PLANNING FOR ACCELERATED SGD SUCCESS (GHANA)Joseph Ampofo Addo
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesMODERN STATE OF THE TRANSBOUNDARY AMUDARYA MAIN TRIBUTARIESInom Normatov
Parviz Normatov
Bakhtiyor Markaev
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesHYDROLOGICAL MODELING AND CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT USING HBV-LIGHT MODEL: A CASE STUDY OF KARNALI RIVER BASIN OF NEPALSagar Shiwakoti
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesRELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PROBABILITY OF LANDSLIDE AND SEDIMENT YIELD IN THAILANDPrem Rangsiwanichpong
So Kazama
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesHOLISTIC APPROACH TO CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT, CONSERVATION AND RECUPERATION OF FRESHWATERS. CASE STUDYRebeca González-Villela
Luis A. Bravo-Inclán
Marco A. Mijangos-Carro
Jorge Izurieta-Dávila
Ana Cecilia Tomasini Ortiz
Gabriela Mantilla-Morales
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesHETEROGENEITY EFFECTS IN SOIL WATER TRANFERENCES PROCESS UNDER UNSATURATED CONDITIONS IN ALLUVIAL SOIL IN THE MESOSCALERodrigo Peronico
Ana Emília Rabelo
Artur Coutinho
Severino Santos Neto
Tassia Melo
José Angelim Silva Neto
Edevaldo Alves
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesTHE WATER ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE FOR TIDAL LAKES BASED ON WATER ECOLOGY MODELFang Yang
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesBEHAVIOR PATTERN MODELS OF THE MONTHLY RAINFALL AGAINST MEAN HISTORICAL TEMPERATURE UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOSIng. Gonzalo Daniel Mejia Santana
Dra. Maritza Liliana Arganis Juárez
M.I. Eliseo Carrizosa Elizondo
Ing. José Carlos Ramírez García
Jacquelinne Mariles Gutiérrez<
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesPALEOHYDROLOGY RECORD OF THE STROMATOLITES OF THE BACALAR LAGOON: NEW INSIGHT FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ASSESSMENT IN THE MEXICAN CARIBBEANNidia Tobon
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesIDENTIFICATION OF SUITABLE AREAS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF EUCALYPTUS CULTIVATION IN THE ESPIRITO SANTO STATE, BRAZILMicael de Souza Fraga
Eduardo Morgan Uliana
Demetrius David da Silva
Flávio Bastos Campos
Maria Lúcia Calijuri
Diego Magalhães de Souza Santos<
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesDETERMINING THE RAINFALL INDICES EXPECTED IN A RETURN PERIOD FOR THE REGION OF GUARATINGUETÁ – SP - BRAZILJoão Ubiratan Lima e Silva
Nathália Pivatto Erberelli
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesTHE IMPACT OF EUCALYPTS PLANTATION ON SOIL MOISTURE AND GROUND VEGETATION COVER AT ST. MICHAELS IN THE ROMA VALLEY, LESOTHOTsepo Stephen Tiisetso Sekaleli
Adesola Olaleye
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesEFFECTS OF BURROWING ANIMALS ON SEEPAGE BEHAVIOR OF EARTHEN DAMSMelih Calamak
Gizem Bilgin
Halit Demirkapu
Asli Kobal
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesLONGITUDINAL AND SEASONAL PROFILES OF CONCENTRATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL DNA FOR STREAM INVERTEBRATES IN FRESH WATERNoriko Uchida
So Kazama
Kengo Kubota
Kei Nukazawa
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesANALYSIS OF THE VEGETATION-SOIL-WATER INTERACTION AND EXTERNAL FACTORS ON THE WATER AVAILABILITY IN A RAIN FOREST Judith Ramos-Hernandez
Jesus Gracia Sanchez
Sergio Ortiz-Blancarte
Jose Luz González-Chávez
Maria del Rosario Iturbe-Argüelles
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesAN APPROACH FOR MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT OF HYDROMORPHOLOGICAL WATER QUALITY AT DIFFERENT WATERBODY TYPES BY USING STANDARD METHODMuhammet AZLAK
Ersin YILDIRIM
Emine FAYDAOĞLU
Nermin ANUL
Bilal DİKMEN
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesPARAMETERS ESTIMATION IN LUMPED MODELS FOR AQUIFERS DISCHARGE STUDYYoel Martínez González
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesADAPTATION MECHANISMS FOR EXTREME EVENTS IN THE CAPIBARIBE RIVER BASIN - BRAZILLarissa Ferreira David Romão Batista
Alfredo Ribeiro Neto
Suzana Maria Gico Lima Montenegro
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesHYDROLOGICAL VARIABILITY IN THE CAPIBARIBE RIVER BASIN IN THE 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIESMicaella Moura
Alfredo Ribeiro Neto
Maria Clara Santana
Bruna Campos
Suzana Montenegro
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesEVALUATION OF ALGAL GROWTH POTENTIAL IN WATER RESOURCES RESERVOIRS UNDER FUTURE CLIMATE CHANGESMakoto Umeda
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesDEVELOPMENTAL STRATEGIES AND ITS IMPACT ON AN ISLAND’S ECOSYSTEM AND BIO-DIVERSITY: A GEOGRAPHICAL APPRAISAL ON LITTLE ANDAMAN ISLAND, ANDAMAN ARCHIPELAGO, INDIASaswati Roy
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesSURFACTANTS ON OIL/WATER INTERFACE STUDIED BY MODIFIED SCHELUDKO-CELLMaryam Razi
Behnam Sadri
Mohtada Sadrzadeh
Thomas Thundat
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesANATOMICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND WATER RELATIONS IN COFFEA CANEPHORA L.josé angelim da silva neto
Artur Paiva Coutinho
Rodrigo Lustosa Peronico
Severino Martins do Santos Neto
Ana Emilia Carvalho de Gusmão da Cunha Rabelo
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesSPATIAL AND TEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF WATER POLLUTION IN CAJITITLáN LAKE, JALISCO,MEXICOLuis Manuel Martinez Rivera
Demetrio Meza Rodriguez
Ramiro Lujan Godinez
Ana Rosa Montano
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesEVALUATION OF THE GENERATED IMPACT BY THE CITY OF MONTERIA ABOUT WATER QUALITY IN THE SINU RIVER THROUGH BIOINDICATION AND ESTIMATION OF ICA-NSF, ICA-ROJAS AND ICAUCA INDEXESCarlos Andrés Burgos Galeano
Paula Andrea Estrada Palencia
Álvaro Javier Arroyo Arango
Diana Carolina Pérez Vergara
Jaime Enrique Sánchez García
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesIMPACT OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF MONTERIA IN DIVERSITY AND COMPOSITION OF RIVER MACROINVERTEBRATES SINÚCarlos Andrés Burgos Galeano
Álvaro Javier Arroyo Arango
Paula Andrea Estrada Palencia
Diana Carolina Pérez Vergara
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesNUMERICAL MODEL OF THE NETZAHUALCÓYOTL DAM EMERGENCY SPILLWAY AND HYDRAULIC VALIDATION OPERATION WITH THE PHYSICAL MODELAntonio Nicolás Gómez Arteaga
Edwin Fernando Zetina Robleda
Victor Hugo Alcocer Yamanaka
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesSEASONAL IMPACT OF A MEGA-DROUGHT (2010-2015) ON THE WATER QUALITY OF BIOBíO RIVER, CENTRAL CHILEMariela Yévenes
Ricardo Figueroa
Oscar Parra
Laura Farías
5. Water ecosystems and physical regimesDROUGHT IN SLOVAKIA IN THE 21ST CENTURY - OCCURRENCE, IMPACTS AND MEASURES Marian Fendek
Livia Labudova
Valeria Slivova
Tobias Gauster
Zuzana Danacova
6. Water and sustainable growthSOLUTIONS FOR OFF GRID FOOD-ENERGY-WATER Clive Lipchin
6. Water and sustainable growthESTIMATION OF WATER FOOTPRINT OF AN INDUSTRIAL PROCESSING PLANT OF GOLD MINERALS IN THE TOWN OF VETAS COLOMBIAwalter pardave
6. Water and sustainable growthASSESSMENT OF CROP WATER REQUIREMENTS FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE IN WESTERN AUSTRALIARanjan Sarukkalige
Kyle Jones
6. Water and sustainable growthLAKE SIHWA WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTKyung Jin Min
Thaesun Shin
Woojin Song
Seungho lee
Dogan Altinbilek
6. Water and sustainable growthSUSTAINABILITY OF THE GEDIZ BASIN-TURKEY: A WATER, ENERGY AND FOOD NEXUS APPROACHAdnan Degirmencioglu
Rabi H. Mohtar
Bassel T. Daher
Gulden Ozgunaltay Ertugrul
6. Water and sustainable growthLESSONS LEARNED FROM LONG TERM WATER RESOURCES PLANS: TOP DOWN VS. BOTTOM UPZhuping Sheng
Shaofeng Jia
Ari Michelsen
Shalamu Abudu
6. Water and sustainable growthPROBABILISTIC DROUGHT FORECASTS BASED ON ENSEMBLE TECHNIQUE USING THE IMPROVED SURFACE WATER SUPPLY INDEX IN KOREASuk Hwan Jang
Jae-Kyoung Lee
Ji Hwan Oh
Jun Won Jo
6. Water and sustainable growthEVALUATING CONSUMER CHOICE IN CONSERVING WATER RESOURCES VIA USE OF THE WATER-ENERGY-FOOD NEXUSD.L. Marrin
6. Water and sustainable growthDECISION SUPPORT TOOLS FOR UNDERSTANDING AND MANAGING THE WATER ENERGY FOOD NEXUSDaniel Gilmour
Ruth Falconer
Liz Varga
6. Water and sustainable growthSUPPORTING WATER INFRASTRUCTURE DECSION MAKING FOR SUSTAINBLE RURAL COMMUNITIESDaniel Gimour
David Blackwood
Ruth Falconer
Juliette Okeeffe
6. Water and sustainable growthTHE US-MEXICO BORDER COMMUNITIES GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE INITIATIVEMaria Elena GIner
Joaquin Marruffo
Felipe Adrian Vazquez
6. Water and sustainable growthENERGY EFFICIENCY AS A METHOD TO IMPROVE WATER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AT THE LOCAL LEVELFernando Ortiz
Maria Elena Giner
6. Water and sustainable growthAN URBAN RIVER ON A GASPING STATE: DILEMMA ON PRIORITY OF SCIENCE, CONSCIENCE AND POLICY
6. Water and sustainable growthGAPS AND CHALLENGES OF FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT IN WEST AFRICAN COASTAL CITIESBlandine Ouikotan
Hans van der Kwast
6. Water and sustainable growthADDRESSING DECREASING WATER AVAILABILITY FOR THE MINING INDUSTRY USING COST-BENEFIT ANALYSISDouglas Aitken
Alex Godoy-Faundez
Marcelo Vergara
Fernando Concha
Neil McIntyre
6. Water and sustainable growthURBAN STORMWATER RUNOFF UNDER CHANGING CLIMATIC CONDITIONS Ranjeet Thakali
Ajay Kalra
Sajjad Ahmad
6. Water and sustainable growthDRINKING WATER AND URBAN GROWTH: ANALYSIS OF THE INTEGRATION OF THE LAND-USE AND WATER SUPPLY PLANNING INSTRUMENTS IN BIOBIO REGION, CHILE.Cristian Palma
Constanza González-Mathiesen
Cesar Jara
Richard Zapata
6. Water and sustainable growthMODELING THE WATER-ENERGY-FOOD NEXUS: A 7-QUESTION GUIDELINEBassel Daher
Rabi Mohtar
Sanghyun Lee
Amjad Assi
6. Water and sustainable growthEFFECT OF THE FUNCTIONAL FORM ON THE RESIDENTIAL WATER DEMAND UNDER BLOCK TARIFFS: ESTIMATION USING DISCRETE-CONTINUOUS CHOICE MODELSFelipe Vasquez lavin
Ignacio Hernandez
Roberto Ponce
6. Water and sustainable growthENVIRONMENTAL INDICATORS TO ASSIST SUSTAINABLE INTENSIFICATION PRACTICES IN ESPíRITO SANTO, BRAZILBarbara Moreto Fim
Edmilson Costa Teixeira
6. Water and sustainable growth WATER EDUCATION ASSESSMENT STANDARDS: THE PIPELINE TO CONSERVING WATER IN URBAN CITIESNathan Glavy
Lindsey Aldaco-Manner
6. Water and sustainable growthWATER AVAILABILITY ASSESSMENT FOR HYDRAULIC FRACTURING IN MEXICOCarlos Galdeano
Margaret A. Cook
Michael E. Webber
6. Water and sustainable growthESTIMATION OF IRRIGATION EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMIC VALUE OF ENVIRONMENTAL TRADE-OFFS IN GRAPEVINE PRODUCTION IN MENDOZA, ARGENTINASebastian Riera
6. Water and sustainable growthSUSTAINABILITY OF DRINKABLE WATER PROJECTS IN THE RURAL MILIEU OF BAFOUSSAM, WEST CAMEROON Daniel Nkue Nouwezem
6. Water and sustainable growthSUSTAINABILITY INDEX AND INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT OF THE WATER-STRESSED BASIN IN BRAZILEdson de Oliveira Vieira
Samuel Sandoval-Solis
6. Water and sustainable growthPOTENTIAL OF RAINWATER HARVESTING IN MEETING THE DOMESTIC OUTDOOR DEMAND: A STUDY IN DRY AND WET REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATESKazi Tamaddun
Ajay Kalra
Sajjad Ahmad
6. Water and sustainable growthLOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT BENEFIT QUANTIFICATION FOR URBAN STORMWATER MANAGEMENTJeffrey Cheng
6. Water and sustainable growthECO-EFFICIENCY ASSESSMENT OF THE WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN THE COLOMBIAN TERRITORIES IN THE CARIBBEAN SEACamilo Lesmes Fabian
Ferney Smith Prieto Amado
Jose Wilson Ibañez Gil
Ferney Chaparro
Carlos Andres Caro Camargo
6. Water and sustainable growthINSTITUTIONAL SEARCH FOR EQUITY, EFFICIENCY AND SUSTAINABILITY IN WATER MANAGEMENT IN LATIN AMERICAMiguel Ricardo Solanes Guiard
6. Water and sustainable growthPIPIRIPAU SKY: FROM THE TRAGEDY OF COMMONS TO WATER SUSTAINABILITYOsmar Coelho Filho
6. Water and sustainable growthOPTIMAL WATER ALLOCATION PLANNING USING A WEF NEXUS APPROACH: THE CASE OF MATAGORDA COUNTY, TEXASMuhammed Kulat
6. Water and sustainable growthMODELING FOR SMALL HYDROPOWER: POLICY AND TECHNOLOGYKendra Sharp
Gina Warren
Thomas Mosier
6. Water and sustainable growthWATER AND SANITATION INTERLINKAGES IN THE 2030 - AGENDA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTFederico Properzi
6. Water and sustainable growthSPECIAL SESSION - 1. WATER MANAGEMENT IN CHINA: INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENTMr. CHEN Mingzhong
6. Water and sustainable growthSPECIAL SESSION - 3. WATER MANAGEMENT IN CHINA: SCIENTIFIC SUPPORT FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN CHINAYuanyuan LI
6. Water and sustainable growthSPECIAL SESSION - 2. WATER MANAGEMENT IN CHINA: ECO-ENVIRONMENT ORIENTED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN CHINADr and Prof Yangwen Jia
6. Water and sustainable growthSPECIAL SESSION - SMART WATER MANAGEMENT: ITS APPLICATION AND CASEMun Hyun Ryu (Water Economy Team, K-Water
6. Water and sustainable growthSPECIAL SESSION - SWM: BRIDGE TO WGG AND SDGS - THE TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION NEEDED FOR WATER FOR ALLMr Seong Han Kim (K-Water), Prof Dogan Altinbilek (WWC)
A. Bridging science and policyUSE OF HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL SCIENCE BY DECISION - MAKERS IN WATER-DEPENDED SECTORS OF ECONOMY SHOULD BE ENHANCED: CASE STUDY OF UKRAINEViacheslav Manukalo
A. Bridging science and policyLIMITATIONS OF REGULATORY RISK ASSESSMENTS OF CHEMICALSStefanie Wieck
Oliver Olsson
Klaus Kuemmerer
A. Bridging science and policyTRANSLATING SCIENCE INTO POLICY: SETTING NUTRIENT LIMITS FOR AGRICULTURAL LAND USEBryan Jenkins
A. Bridging science and policyPLANNING OF DROUGHT MANAGEMENT BY INTEGRATING SCIENCE AND POLICYMustafa Berk Duygu
Bilal Kirmencioğlu
Maruf Aras
A. Bridging science and policyTITLE: INNOVATION TO SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT IN RWANDAAimable Twahirwa
A. Bridging science and policyREALITY CHECK: THE SCIENCE-POLICY NEXUS IN EUROPEAN WATER LAWGoetz Reichert
A. Bridging science and policyUNDERSTANDING THE SCIENCE-POLICY GAP: PROPOSING A FORMAL DELEGATION PRINCIPAL - AGENT MODELBassel Daher
Austin Mitchell
A. Bridging science and policyBINATIONAL EFFORTS TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY ALONG THE U.S – MEXICO BORDERWayne Belzer
A. Bridging science and policyTHE TRANSITION TO DYNAMIC RESERVOIR OPERATIONS FOR MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLYAlberto Quiroz
Steven Nebiker
A. Bridging science and policyIMPROVING BINATIONAL WATER MANAGEMENT POLICY THROUGH SCIENCEEdward Drusina
Suzanne Tillery
Adrian Cortez
William Finn
A. Bridging science and policyWATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT: INNOVATION TOOL IN BRAZILIAN WATER GOVERNANCEThaís Moreira de Classe
Celso Bandeira de Melo Ribeiro
Wadson Sebastião Duarte da Rocha
Marcelo Henrique Otênio
A. Bridging science and policyBRIDGING SCIENCE AND POLICY IN THE FIELD OF TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFERSFrancesco Sindico
Robert Kalin
Renee Martin-Nagle
Stephanie Hawkins
Christina Fraser
Donald John MacAllister
A. Bridging science and policyIDENTIFICATION OF RIVER BASIN SPECIFIC POLLUTANTS AND DERIVATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY STANDARDS UNDER WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE: TURKISH EXPERIENCEEsra Şıltu
Aybala Koç Orhon
Sibel Mine Güçver
Yakup Karaaslan
A. Bridging science and policyTRANSBOUNDARY WATER CONFLICT RESOLUTION MECHANISMS: TOWARD CONVERGENCE BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICEAhmed Tayia
Kaveh Madani
A. Bridging science and policyHYDROMETEOROLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT FOR CROPS IN CHILEGabriel Candia
Roberto Ponce
Diego Rivera
Alex Godoy-Faúndez
A. Bridging science and policyALLENDE – PIEDRAS NEGRAS TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFER: AN INITIAL MODELING ASSESSMENTLaura Rodriguez Lozada
Rosario Sanchez
Hongbin Zhan
A. Bridging science and policyDEFINING FUTURE CLIMATE CONDITIONS FOR A RIVER BASIN IN NORTHEAST BRAZIL: COMBINING GCMS PREDICTIONS, PROMOTING SCENARIO PLANNING AND EMBRACING UNCERTAINTY Layla Lambiasi
Alexandre Gross
Mário Monzoni
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Alexandre Gross
Mário Mozoni
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Inci Guneralp
Burak Guneralp
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Bradley Doorn
Richard Lawford
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A. Bridging science and policyECONOMIC EVALUATION OF CLIMATIC CHANGE IMPACTS ON WATER RESOURCES AT RIVER BASIN SCALE: INSIGHTS FROM THE VERGARA RIVER BASIN – CHILE.Felipe Vásquez-Lavín
Roberto Ponce
Sergio Orrego
Eduardo Letelier
Alejandra Stehr
Diego Rivera
Francisco Fernandez
A. Bridging science and policyTOWARDS A WATER QUALITY INDEX (WQI) FOR ANDEAN MICRO-WATERSHEDS USING PRESSURE-STATE-RESPONSE INDICATORS AND FUZZY LOGIC SYSTEM. STUDY CASE IN COLOMBIAVIVIANA VARGAS-FRANCO
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A. Bridging science and policyTHE OVERLOOKED PERSPECTIVE OF MIDRIVER STATES IN TRANSBOUNDARY BASINSClaire "Aletta" Brady
B. Building capacityDETERMINATION OF DIGITAL ELEVATION MODEL IN A PLAIN SURFACE OF MEXICO USING GENETIC PROGRAMMING AND ESTIMATION OF FLOOD VOLUMESJACQUELINNE MARILES GUTIÉRREZ
FAUSTINO DE LUNA CRUZ
MARITZA LILIANA ARGANIS JUÁREZ
MARGARITA PRECIADO JIMÉNEZ
ELISEO CARRIZOSA ELIZONDO
B. Building capacityQUANTIFICATION OF MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY AND ROLE OF METERING IN LARGE INDIAN CITIESPankajkumar Sampat
B. Building capacityIMPLEMENTATION OF AN OUTCOME FOCUSED, COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO BUILDING CAPACITY: A CASE STUDY FROM THE SEYCHELLES WATER SECTORMark Futter
Evan Dollar
B. Building capacityFUTURE WATER STEWARDSHIP AND FACT-BASED WATER POLICY: AN AQUATIC SCIENCE EDUCATION PATHWAY MODELRudolph Rosen
Erin Scanlon
Johnnie Smith
B. Building capacityLOCALIZING THE SDG'S: POOLING RESOURCES FOR WATERManohar Patole
B. Building capacityWATER SCARCITY MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHERN KPK: LESSONS IN CAPACITY BUILDING OF FARMERS FOR SECURING WATER FOR DRYLAND ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENTSahibzada Irfanullah Khan
B. Building capacityFIELD STATIONS AS AMBASSADORS AND AGENTS FOR BRIDGING SILOS: ENGAGEMENT IN WATERSHED PROTECTION, RESEARCH AND NATURAL RESOURCE LITERACY IN A LAND OF PRIVATE PROPERTY Tom Arsuffi
Tyson Broad
B. Building capacityINSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY AND PERFORMANCE IN WATER UTILITIES IN THE NORTH OF MEXICOAlerjandro Salazar Adams
Edmundo Loera Burnes
Noemi Haro Velarde
B. Building capacityHYDROLOGICAL TOOLS FOR FLOODING EARLY WARNING SYSTEMS Adriana Maria Erazo Chica
B. Building capacityLA EXPERIENCIA DE CAPACITACIóN EN MéXICO (30 MAYO 2017)Luis Felipe Alcocer Espinosa (CONAGUA)
C. Stakeholder participationMULTIPLE STAKEHOLDERS ROLE IN SUSTAINABLE WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH ASIA REGION (A CASE STUDY FROM LAHORE PAKISTAN)Muhammad Wasif Bashir Babar
C. Stakeholder participationCOLLECTIVE ACTION AGAINST WATER INSECURITY IN PERI-URBAN AREAS: LEARNINGS FROM THE GLOBAL SOUTHArvind Lakshmisha
C. Stakeholder participationWATER PRICING FOR CONSERVATION, SUSTAINABILITY & CLIMATE CHANGE
C. Stakeholder participationMANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE SUPPORT TO THE WATER STEWARDSHIP INITIATIVE WATER FUND – CUENCAVERDE (MEDELLIN), COLOMBIACarmen Fernandez
Jacopo Gamba
C. Stakeholder participationDROPS OF DIPLOMACY: QUESTIONING THE SCALAR POSSIBILITIES OF HYDRO-DIPLOMACY THROUGH A MOROCCAN FOG-HARVESTING PROJECTRebecca L Farnum
C. Stakeholder participationWATER USERS ASSOCIATIONS IN TANZANIA: LESSONS FOR IWRM POLICYNathalie Richards
C. Stakeholder participationTHE NATURALIZATION OF UNEQUAL WATER ACCESS IN CAMPINA GRANDE, NORTHEAST BRAZILMaria Helena Del Grande
Lemuel Guerra Sobrinho
Carlos de Oliveira Galvao
LIvia Izabel Bezerra de Miranda
C. Stakeholder participationENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR ADULTS BASED ON PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCHAlejandra Mayorga Rodríguez
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