Innovative approaches to water management challenges are needed more than ever to ensure sustainable and resilient societies worldwide. Under the overall theme "From Snow to Sea", the 39th IAHR World Congress focused on the importance of an integrated and intelligent approach to managing the whole water cycle to address the global challenges people and the environment face. The Congress highlighted IAHR's commitment to the critical role that sound understanding of the water cycle plays in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Agenda 2030.
The papers included in this volume were part of the 39th IAHR World Congress which took place in Granada, Spain, from 19 to 24 June 2022. Papers were selected and subjected to review by the Editor and the International Scientific Committee and followed a revision process with the following steps: (1) The committees involved in the organisation of the Congress established a set of technical criteria for the committee in charge of the revision. (2) Submitted papers were sent to one or two experts in the field. (3) Authors were asked to include the necessary amendments and follow the reviewers´ comments, and (4) Their work was reviewed until the final version was approved by the Editor.
In addition to the technical criteria, IAHR publications follow the Ethical Guidelines and Code of Conduct provided by the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE). A Publication Ethics and a Publication Malpractice statement are publicly available throughout the entire review process.
Besides the peer-reviewed papers, this volume contains the reports of the High-Level Panels.
The 39th IAHR World Congress proceedings are long-term preserved following the IAHR Policy of digital preservation archives.
The International Scientific Committee (ISC) and the Advisory Board provide counsel and support to the Congress Organising Group (COG) for the scientific and technical coordination of the congress.
Theme 1: Human-water relationships (42)
Theme 2: Snow, river and sediment management (132)
Theme 3: Environmental hydraulics and urban water cycle (129)
Theme 4: Hydraulic structures (108)
Theme 5: Water resources management, valuing and resilience (109)
Theme 6: Computational and experimental methods (256)
Theme 7: Coasts, estuaries, shelves and seas (81)
Theme 8: Extreme events: from droughts to floods (177)
High-level panels reports
From Snow to Sea — Managing Enclosed Seas Under Climate Threat
Nature-based Solutions and Ecohydraulics
Coastal Resilience in a Changing Climate: the CoastPredict Solution
Water Challenges in Spain
Machine Learning for Scientific Discovery, with Examples in Fluid Mechanics
Reservoir sedimentation in semi-arid and arid environments. A comparative analysis from vulnerability of climate change in sensitive environments
Integrating ecohydraulics and ecohydrology in environmental flow assessments
Environmental hydraulics related to aquaculture
Ecohydraulics 2021: Novel methods to investigate flow-biota interactions numerically, in the lab and in the field
Green infrastructure and sustainable urban drainage systems
Implementing Nature Based Solutions – bringing science to practice
The shallow water model intercomparison session: Benchmarking overland flow simulations
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|20711||Co-Occurrence of Fluoride and Arsenic in the Groundwater of the Aguascalientes Valley Aquifer, Mexico - State of the Art||
Roxana Nicte-Ha Hughes Lomelin; Sonia Tatiana Sanchez Quispe; Mario Alberto Hernandez Hernandez; Liliana Garcia Romero
|20712||Codile - Collaborative Digital Learning||
Leon Janicke; Felix Schmid; James Shucksmith; Rita F. Carvalho; Saugata Datta; Jorge Leandro
|20713||Evaluating Knowledge Management Parallel to Nature-Based Solutions-Project Marker Wadden||
Marijn Stouten; Michael Duijn; Stephanie Ijff; Jeroen Veraart; Lieke Husken
|20714||Making a Case for an Interdisciplinary Approach to Water Education Towards Sustainable Development||
Modupe Olufunmilayo Jimoh
|20715||SARS-Cov-2 Detection in Wastewater as an Early Warning Indicator for COVID-19 Pandemic. Madrid Region Case Study||
Antonio Lastra De La Rubia; Jaime Botello; Alejandro Pinilla
|20716||A Sea to City Approaching Pattern||
Maria Piedad Herrera; Roberto Pillado; Jorge Martin; Pablo Arjona; Amparo Fidel; Antonio Bayo; Juan Carlos Sanchez-Canete; Daniel Etreros
|20717||Assessing Tap Water Awareness||
Stijn Brouwer; Nicolien Van Aalderen; Stef Koop
|20718||Preliminary Study of Large Wood Motion Near a Channel Confluence||
Yuchen Zheng; Yihong Chen; Jiawei Lin; Saiyu Yuan
|20719||Hydraulic Anatomy of Guadiana Springs. Part II. Hydropower Genesis||
|20720||Effect of Climate Change on the Comfortable Climate (Case Study: Quebec City, Canada)||
Hossein Bonakdari; Hamid Golabi; Bahram Gharabaghi