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Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Ecohydraulics (Nanjing, 2022)

This proceedings accommodates the abstracts and papers of the 14th International Symposium on Ecohydraulics, which has been hosted during October 10-14, 2022 in Nanjing, China by IAHR's Technical Committee on Ecohydraulics and jointly organized by Hohai University, Tsinghua UniversityNanjing Hydraulic Research Institute, and Yangtze Institute for Conservation and Development.

Ecohydraulics is a rapidly developing inter-discipline of ecology and hydraulics brought about by the ever-growing concern of aquatic and riparian ecology. Since its first edition in 1994, the International Symposia on Ecohydraulics (ISE) have provided platforms for scientists and engineers worldwide to discuss cutting-edge scientific progress, compare and evaluate state-of-the-art technical methods, and recommend them to the end-users. ISE 2022 covers a wide spectrum of topics related to ecohydraulics in theory and in practice, including the hydrological, hydraulic, morphodynamic, structural, ecological, biological, and technical aspects of the discipline. Five high-profile keynote speeches will be presented. We are expecting you to present at the symposium and share the latest advancement of your research with the international scientific community. Special issues on Journal of Ecohydraulics, International Journal of Sediment Research, Ecohydrology, and Environmental Science & Ecotechnology focusing on this conference will be published. Traditionally, ISE features an ECoENet pre-conference workshop which helps early career researchers working in ecohydraulics find opportunities and overcome challenges. Starting from the current edition, ISE plans to provide an interactive lecture for a helpful technical tool applied in one of these three topics: (1) fieldwork, (2) lab experiments, and (3) numerical simulations, and rotate among them in the future.

ID Title Authors Year
21962 Laboratory Experiments on Rheological Effects of Exopolymers on Particle Sinking in Seawater
Magdalena Mrokowska; Anna Krzton-Maziopa
21963 Comparison of Absorption Capacity Through Open Channels with Different Irreversible-Boundary Types
Huilin Wang
21964 Vegetation-Driven Drag Variation and Sediment Transport
Yonggang Zhang; Ping Wang; Jinhua Cheng
21965 An Experimental Study of the Behavioral Response of Fish to Flow Changes in a Near-Natural Environment
Han Liu
21966 Numerical Simulation of a Slanted Fishway with Protruding Boulders
Dian Luo; Tomoko Kyuka; Tomohiko Fujita; Yasumitsu Kato; Kunihiro Tomita; Yasuyuki Shimizu
21967 A Novel Approach to Mitigate Fish Downstream Migration at Hydropower Plants
Franz Geiger
21968 Impact of Cascade Dams on Fish Habitats and Alleviation Measures in Upper Yangtze River
Yuqing Lin; Qiuwen Chen; Ting Li; Tao Feng
21969 Upstream Fish Passage Solutions: Is the Answer One-Size-Fit-All or Made-to-Measure?
John Nestler; Marie-Pierre Gosselin
21970 Restoration of Channel Meandering Using Current Deflectors
Yuan Pi; Chia-Chun Wu; Yen-An Cho; Chao-Wei Zhang
21971 Research on Natural Fish Habitat Restoration Techniques
Huan Lin; Ruijiao Li; Yangxiao Liu; Gen Yang; Wei Yang; Zhengbo Shu; Li Wang

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