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General Sessions

Ecohydraulics in practice

  1. Environmental flows
  2. Fish passage and movement
  3. Hydropeaking
  4. River channel management and restoration
  5. Wetland management and restoration
  6. Riparian zone management and restoration
  7. Floodplain rehabilitation
  8. Hydrological connectivity of river ecosystems
    Shanghong Zhang, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China
    Silke Wieprecht, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
    Yujun Yi, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China
    Sebastian Schwindt, University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
    Jin Zhang, Yantai University, Yantai, China
  9. Catchment/river basin restoration
  10. Riverscape design and riverfront space utilization
  11. Planning, implementation processes and citizen participation
  12. Ecosystem based disaster risk reduction (Eco-DRR)
  13. Water-food-energy nexus
  14. Sustainable design in ecohydraulics
  15. Inter-basin water transfer
  16. Landsurface processes and environment changes in Alpine river source region
  17. Eco-environmental impact of high dam and large reservoir/ (Environmental issue of international river)
  18. Any other aspect of ecohydraulics in practice

Fundamentals of ecohydraulics

  1. Experimental hydraulics and hydrodynamics
  2. Remote sensing and underwater sensing
  3. Hydrogeomorphology
  4. Hydraulics-ecology interactions
  5. Hydrology-ecology interactions
  6. Vegetation and fluvial processes
  7. Sediment-ecology interactions
  8. Ice-ecology interactions
  9. Surface-groundwater interactions
  10. Ecological processes in the hyporheic zone
  11. Estuarine and coastal ecohydraulics
  12. Physical, chemical, and biological aspects of transport processes in aquatic ecosystems   
    Zi Wu, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
    Marwan Hassan, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
    Li Zeng, China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, Beijing, China
    Ping Wang, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, China
  13. Dryland flow-ecology
  14. Catchment/river basin-scale ecohydraulics
  15. Aquatic ecology
  16. Genomics and bioinformatics in ecohydraulics
  17. Big data and data analysis
  18. Data-driven and knowledge-based modelling
  19. Predictive modelling and uncertainty management
  20. Ecosystem services from aquatic systems
  21. Human impacts on aquatic ecosystems
  22. Any other aspect of fundamental ecohydraulics

Special Sessions

  1. Organism-scale interaction with hydraulic conditions
  2. The key hydraulic drivers of populations, communities and ecosystem processes
  3. Ecohydraulic landscapes: spatial and temporal dynamics
  4. Physical modelling of ecohydraulic interactions
  5. Life cycle modelling in aquatic systems
  6. Environmental flows from catchment to coast
  7. Ecohydraulics of hyporheic zone in river, estuarine and coastal sediments
    Alessandra Marzadri, University of Trento, Italy
    James Stegen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
    Xiaobing Chen, Hohai University, China
    Daniele Tonina, University of Idaho, USA
  8. Advances in fish passage research
  9. Integrating Ecohydraulics and Ecohydrology in Environmental Flow Assessment and implementation
    Francisco Martinez-Capel, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
    Shinji Fukuda, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
    Michael McClain, IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, the Netherlands
    Daniele Tonina, University of Idaho, USA
  10. Securing Sustainable Hydropower in the 21st Century
  11. Sustainability of ecology and hydrology of floodplain lake systems of the large river basins under rapidly changing climatic and social dimensions    
    Giri R Kattel, School of Geographical Sciences, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing, China; Department of Infrastructure Engineering, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
    Zhiguo Yu, School of Hydrology and Water Resources, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing, China
    Hong Yang, Department of Geography and Environmental Science; University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom