Joom!Fish config error: Default language is inactive!
Please check configuration, try to use first active language

Technical Program
Technical Program | Print |




1          Hydrology, Hydraulics & Water Quality

1a.           Hydrology & Hydraulics

1b.           Water Quality

2          Sediment Transport, Material Fluxes & River Morphology

2a.           Sediment Transport & Material Fluxes

2b.           River Morphology & Morphodynamics


3          Ecology & Restoration

3a.           Ecology (Fish Passages, Environmental Flows, etc.)

3b.           River Restoration


4         Integrated River Management

4a.           Land Use & Population Growth

4b.           Climate Change, Water Security & Natural Disasters

4c.           Hydropower, Navigation, Flood Control & Protection, Water Resources & Irrigation

4d.           Women's Role in Water Management, Community Engagements & Education

4e.           Integrated Management & Shared Benefit


5         Indian Rivers (Special session for research related to the Indian Rivers.)





What is a large river?

or: Is my work relevant for the conference?


The definition of “large river” isn’t that easy and can be related to river length, river basin area, discharge, importance to human activity, etc.

Therefore, we have left this definition intentionally open to a certain degree. Of course, all rivers with a length of more than 1.000 km are surely considered as large rivers, but we also want to encourage researchers and practioneers to present their work on smaller rivers if the results can be transferred to a larger scale.

If you are not sure if your topic fits to the conference program, please, send us a short email
( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).










(c) 2017 World's Large Rivers Conferences
(webpage hosted by BOKU - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna)