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News Announcement and Call for Papers: The IHP Symposium on Extreme Events "Meteorological, Hydrological and Tsunami Disasters: Social Adaptation and Future" (EXTREME2011)

The IHP Symposium on Extreme Events "Meteorological, Hydrological and Tsunami Disasters: Social Adaptation and Future" (EXTREME2011) will be held at the Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University, Uji Campus, Uji City, Kyoto, Japan, followed by a one-day technical visit and the 19th Regional Steering Committee (RSC) Meeting for UNESCO-International Hydrological Programme for Southeast Asia and the Pacific (UNESCO-IHP SEAP).

The IHP Symposium will consist of two days with opening ceremonies and technical sessions (24-25 October 2011), a one-day technical visit to Lake Biwa and Kyoto City Areas (26 October) and two days (27-28 October) for the 19th RSC Meeting for UNESCO-IHP SEAP.

It is hoped that hydrologists, meteorologists, water scientists, hydraulic and coastal engineers, disaster managers and other professionals will be attracted not only from Asia and Pacific region but also from other countries in the world. This international conference is also an opportunity for Japanese professionals to communicate and share their knowledge and experiences with their foreign peers and counterparts.

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News type CallForPaper
File link http://www.unesco.org/new/en/natural-sciences/environment/water/single-view-fresh-water/news/announcement_and_call_for_papers_the_ihp_symposium_on_extreme_events_meteorological_hydrological_and_tsunami_disasters_social_adaptation_and_future_extreme2011/
Source of information http://www.unesco.org/water
Keyword(s) natural disaster
Subject(s) DRINKING WATER , DRINKING WATER AND SANITATION : COMMON PROCESSES OF PURIFICATION AND TREATMENT , MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION , POLICY-WATER POLICY AND WATER MANAGEMENT , PREVENTION AND NUISANCES POLLUTION , WATER DEMAND , WATER QUALITY
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News date 21/07/2011
Working language(s) ENGLISH
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