22nd Canadian Hydrotechnical Conference, April 29- May 2, 2015, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee and the Hydrotechnical Council of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, it is my great pleasure to invite all interested persons to participate in the 22nd Canadian Hydrotechnical ConferencE to be held in Montreal (Quebec, Canada) during April 29 – May 2, 2015.

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Theme 1. Water and Climate Change

  • 1.1. Climate extremes and variability
  • 1.2. Climate change projections at regional scale
  • 1.3. Trends in hydrologic processes and their link to climate variability
  • 1.4. Hydrologic extremes: floods, droughts, and extreme precipitations
  • 1.5. Modeling hydrologic processes in a changing climate
  • 1.6. Downscaling methods
  • 1.7. Risks and design of hydraulic structures in a changing climate
  • 1.8. Climate change impacts and adaptation

Theme 2. Environmental Hydraulics and Hydrology

  • 2.1. Fluvial hydraulics
  • 2.2. Lake hydraulics
  • 2.3. Sediment and transport modeling
  • 2.4. Dam and levee breach modeling
  • 2.5. Flood forecasting modeling
  • 2.6. Experimental and computational hydraulics
  • 2.7. Modeling hydrologic processes in the context of climate and land use changes
  • 2.8. Green infrastructure design, performance and practice

Theme 3. Coastal Hydraulics

  • 3.1. Coastal, port, harbour, and ocean engineering
  • 3.2. Marine structures
  • 3.3. Coastal zone management
  • 3.4. Modeling coastal ecosystems in a changing climate
  • 3.5. Coastal hydrodynamics
  • 3.6. Wave-structure interactions
  • 3.7. Coastal monitoring
  • 3.8. Physical and numerical modeling

Theme 4. Sustainable Water Management

  • 4.1. Decision support systems
  • 4.2. Hydroinformatic tools
  • 4.3. Ad vances in water monitoring techniques
  • 4.4. Smart technology for water management
  • 4.5. Integrated water resources management
  • 4.6. Strategies for efficient water resources planning and management
  • 4.7. Flood control, management and risk assessment
  • 4.8. Water security
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