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Presentations held at the International Conference "Water Resources Assessment & Seasonal Prediction” (downloadable pdf-documents)
Tuesday 13 October 2015
Session 1 “Water Diplomacy – means of developing good neighborhood relations”
Water Diplomacy – means of developing good neighborhood relations: The Mekong River Basin
Anoulak Kittikhoun, Mekong River Commission, presenter: Dr. Wolfgang Grabs
Water diplomacy issues in the Lower Mekong Basin – some comments
Dr. Wolfgang Grabs, Federal Institute of Hydrology, Koblenz, Germany
A regional approach to climate adaption in the Nile basin
Dr. Michael Brian Butts, DHI, Denmark
Conflict resolution in Euphrates basin by Bankruptcy Method
Dr. Mohammad Reza Jarkeh, University of Zabol, Iran
Post conflict water management: learning from the past for recovery planning in the Orontes River basin
Dr. Myriam Saadé-Sbeih, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland
Water Resources Assessment and Seasonal Prediction: To what extent do they sway decision making in water management in Australia?
Dr. Maureen Papas, Macquarie University, Australia
Session 2 “Data and observations as basis for the conduct of water balances”
Water resources observation using satellite altimeters and future capabilities with the SWOT satellite
Dr. Alice Andral, CNES, France
Monitoring changes in groundwater storage over East Africa using satellites and models
Jamiat Nanteza, University of California, Irvine and Makerere University Uganda
The new portfolio of global precipitation data products of the Global Precipitation Climatology Centre suitable to assess and quantify the global water cycle and resources
Dr. Andreas Becker, Deutscher Wetterdienst, Germany
Rainfall as proxy for evapotranspiration predictions
Dr. Bruno Collischonn, National Water Agency, Brazil
Can Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition extract useful information to improve precipitation forecasts of a neural network model
Prof. Rim Ouachani, Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tunis (ENIT), Tunisia
Session 3 “Drivers of change: changes in the elements of the water cycle and the water balance at global and regional levels”
Crystal balls into the future: Are water balance models ready
Prof. Dr. Balázs M. Fekete, CUNY Environmental CrossRoads Initiative and NOAA-CREST, USA
Development of Dynamic Water Resources Assessment System
Dr. Sung Kim, Hydro Science and Engineering Research Institute, Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology, Republic of Korea
Variations of global and continental water balance components including anthropogenic effects and climate forcing uncertainty
Hannes Müller Schmied, Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany
Impact of climate change and anthropogenic pressure on the water resources of India: Challenges in management
Dr. Krishnapillai Shadananan Nair, Nansen Environmental Research Centre, India
Integrated climate and land use change scenarios for water resources assessment in Ta Chin River Basin, Thailand
Dr. Sathaporn Monprapussorn, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand
Wednesday 14 October 2015
Session 4 “Scientific and methodological approaches for water resources assessments”
Water resources monitoring in Germany - current status and challenges
Dr. Enno Nilson, Peter Krahe, Federal Institute of Hydrology, Germany
Integrated water resource assessment for the Adelaide region, South Australia
Prof. James Cox, South Australian Research and Development Institute, Australia
Rivers: Water resources of the Russian Federation and their changes
Dr. Mikhail Georgievsky, State Hydrological Institute, Russia
Water resources assessment and monthly runoff forecasting in China
Dr. Wang Guangsheng, Bureau of Hydrology of Ministry of Water Resources, China
A tentative discussion on the monitoring of water resources in China
Dr. Jianqing Yang, Bureau of Hydrology of Ministry of Water Resources, China
Conjunctive operation of river facilities for integrated water resources management in Korea
Dr. Hwirin Kim, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, Republic of Korea
Applied water monitoring software through a practical example: Development and implementation of a monitoring and information system for increasing water use efficiency in arid and semi-arid areas in Limarí, Central Chile
Mr. Erich Berger, Ribeka GmbH, Germany
Session 5 “Capability of countries to conduct water resources assessments (Case studies)”
Developing hydro-sources for environment and sustainability in Turkey: The Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) as a case study
Dr. Bülent Açma, Anadolu University, Turkey
Construction and evaluation of a toolbox for the formulation of the hydrologic component of the basin management plans in Colombia
Mr. Victor Hernán Garzón Rodríguez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Hydrology and water resources in Caspian Sea
Dr. Kourosh Haddadi Moghaddam, International Sturgeon Research Institute, Iran
Development Seasonal Flow Outlook Model for Ganges-Brahmaputra Basin in Bangladesh
Mr. Hossain Sazzad, Flood forecasting and Warning center, Bangladesh
East African wetland-catchment data base for sustainable wetland management
Dr. Constanze Leemhuis, University of Bonn, Germany
The Relationship between Agricultural Drought and Irrigation Water Demand in the Yellow River Basin
Dr. Yu Wang, Yellow River Engineering Consulting Co .Ltd, China
Water balance, an important and simple concept with practical complexities. Case Study: Jovain Watershed
Dr. Seyed Mohammad Reza Alavi Moghaddam, Ehsan Azimi Ghalibaf, Azad University of Mashad, Iran
Hydrological observing system of Russia – the main source of water resources and hydrological regime data
Valery Vuglinsky, State Hydrological Institute, Russia
Thursday 15 October 2015
Session 6 “Seasonal forecasting strategies and methodologies for climate and water”
The limits of seasonal forecasting for the maximal runoff
Dr. Elena Asabina, Yugra State University, Russia
Seamless Water forecasting in Australia
Dr Dasarath Jayasuriya, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia; presenter: Dr. Wolfgang Grabs
Seasonal Forecast of Kharif Flows from Upper Jhelum Catchment
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bogacki, University of Applied Sciences Koblenz, Germany; Muhammad Fraz Ismail, Pakistan
A snow and ice melt seasonal prediction modeling system for Alpine reservoirs
Dr. Kristian Förster, alpS GmbH, Austria
Monthly and Seasonal Forecasting of Rhine water-levels and streamflow based on hydrologic, atmospheric and oceanic data
Dr. Monica Ionita, Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Germany
Territorial long-term forecasting of spring flood characteristics in the present climatic conditions
Anhelina Kazakova, Prof. Dr. Zhannetta Shakirzanova, Odessa State Environmental University, Ukraine
Assessment of water resources and seasonal prediction of rainfall in India
Dr. Pukhraj Rakhecha, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, India
Comparison of cross-validation and bagging for building a seasonal runoff forecast model
Simon Schick, University of Bern, Switzerland
Water resources assessment and seasonal prediction
Dr. Muhammad Ajmal Shad, Flood Forecasting Division, Pakistan
Atmospheric teleconnection based seasonal prediction for hydro-meteorological variables over the Korean Peninsula
Dr. Sun-kwon Yoon, APEC Climate Center, South Korea
A review on climate-model-based seasonal hydrologic forecasting
Prof. Dr. Xing Yuan, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Seasonal forecast of Nile Floods Over Ethiopian Plateau
Dr. Tama Nada, Egyptian Meteorological Authority, Egypt
Friday 16 October 2015
Session 7 “Water quality assessments and forecasting of water quality”
Development of integrated method for long-term water quality prediction using seasonal climate forecast
Dr. Jaepil Cho, APEC Climate Center, Republic of Korea
Space based, harmonized water quality monitoring services for inland and coastal waters
Dr. Thomas Heege, EOMAP GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
River water quality modelling under drought situations. The Turia River case.
Edgar Belda, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Decadal oscillations of the aquatic chemistry of river waters in Latvia
Dmitry Porshnov, University of Latvia, Latvia
Water Quality in Reservoirs: Assessment and Seasonal Prediction
Prof. Dr. Aleksandr A. Tskhai, Altai State University, Russia; presenter: Valery Vuglinsky

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