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Port Elizabeth, South Africa 10–14 July 2017

Water and Development : scientific challenges in addressing societal issues

IAHS 2017 Scientific Assembly

Water and Development : scientific challenges in addressing societal issues

Lieu et date : Port Elizabeth, South Africa 10–14 July 2017

Organisation  : The South African National Committee of the International Association of Hydrological Scientists (SANCIAHS)

Scientific programme
* Water security and the food-water-energy nexus : drivers, responses and feedbacks at local to global scales
* Hydrology and the Anthropocene
* Understanding spatio-temporal variability of water resources and the implications for IWRM in the semi-arid east and southern Africa
* Water Balance and Crop Water Productivity Through Remote Sensing and Modelling
* Land use change impacts on water resources
* Water resources management and the competition/balance between humans and ecosystems (eco-hydrology)
* Measurements in the 21st century : innovation in hydrological observations
* Environmental and artificial tracers as indicators in hydrology
* Innovative ICT tools for water management and science
* Prediction in ungauged basins
* Modelling hydrological processes for prediction under change
* Probabilistic forecasts and land-atmosphere interactions to advance hydrological predictions
* Extreme events : links between science and practice
* Advances in cold-region hydrological models : Integration of process understanding and application to climate and landcover changes
* Operational snowmelt runoff modelling : Advances and prospects for water management
* Water quality and sediment transport issues in surface water
* Long-term evolution in catchment water quality
* Changing biogeochemistry of aquatic systems in the Anthropocene : inter-comparison of data and models for predicting water quality
* Advancements in modeling and characterization of aquifer
* Methodologies for risk assessment of groundwater contamination
* Quantifying uncertainty in hydrological systems : A Bayesian point of view
* Nonstationarity in Hydrology : Theories, Methods and Applications
* Multivariate statistics for hydrological application
* Stochastic hydrology : simulation and disaggregation models
* Graduate Schools in Water Sciences
* Facilitating Scientific contributions in water diplomacy and cooperation processes

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