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Proceedings of the 29th IAHR World Congress (Beijing, 2001)

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  • ISBN: 7-302-04676-X
  • Publisher: Tsinghua University Press
  • Editor(s): Guifen Li
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The XXIX IAHR Congress was held at the Beijing International Convention Center (BICC) in Beijing, September 16-21, 2001. The central theme of the Congress is: 21st Century: The New Era for Hydraulic Research and Its Applications

The central theme was broken down into the following subthemes:

More than 600 papers were presented in 93 sessions during the five days of the Congress. At the Congress two general reports, four keynote lectures and a number of invited lectures were given by leading scientists.

ID Title Authors Year
23093 Study on the Pattern of Water Resources Utilization and Environmental Conservation of Yanqi Basin of Xinjiang
Dong Xinguang; Jiang Tao; Jiang Huifang
2001
23094 Synthetic Design Hydrographs for River Flood Management
U. Maione; P. Mignosa; M. Tomirotti
2001
23095 The Groundwater Monitoring Network System Well Water Level Fluctuations During the Chi-Chi Earthquake
Yih-Chi Tan; Yun-Bin Lin; Chu-Hui Chen
2001
23096 The Life Cycle Assessment and Cost-Benefit Analysis for Nature Friendly River Works
Kana Kobayashi; Masahiro Chonan
2001
23097 The Water Tariff Affording Analysis of the Industrial Sectors-a Case Study of Beijing
Dajun Shen; Benqing Ruan
2001
23098 Three-Dimensional Hydraulic Simulation of Wetting-Drying Process
Yong G. Lai; Larry Weber
2001
23099 Uncertainty in Flood Extent Estimation Due to Uncertain Parameters
M. Werner
2001
23100 Utilizing the Knowledge Economy Concept to Develop Hydropower-Hydraulics and Society
Tian Shutang; Liu Guofeng
2001
23101 Water Environmental Information System Based on GIS
Yu Xuezhong; Li Jinxiu; Liao Wengen; Gu Xin
2001
23102 Water Resources in Bulgaria During the Drought Periodquantitative Investigations
Strahil Gerassimov; Elena Bojilova; Tatiana Orehova
2001

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