Climate Change and Water Infrastructures
July 29-31, 2010
Clayton Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716, USA
The 6thICSWE will focus on strategy and technology needs for sustainable water in a time of climate change. It will provide an open forum in which academicians, engineers and public policy-makers can exchange information on recent advances in sustainable water research and practices among countries at various stages of economic development. Other goals of the meeting are to enhance public awareness on sustainable water environment and form an international alliance on sustainable water research.
Papers are invited in five specific areas: 1) impacts of climate change on the water environment, 2) integrated watershed management, 3) emerging contaminants, 4) water conservation and reuse, and 5) water infrastructure. Abstracts (300 words) are due Feb. 28, 2010. Authors will be notified of acceptance on March 15 and full papers (3000-7000 words) are due May 1. Please visit the conference Web site at:
http://conferences.udel.edu/6ICSWE/about for more details about the conference, Abstract Form andPaper Template.
The conference will be for three days. Events include 1) concurrent platform technical sessions, 2) poster technical sessions, 3) panel discussion sessions, and 4) technical field trip. The two panel discussion sessions are 1) Research Needs in Sustainability Water Environment, and 2) Water Infrastructure Renewal. A technical tour will be organized to visit the Lower Delaware River Watershed protection project in
Hunterdon County, New Jersey in the afternoon of the final day of the Conference.
C. P. Huang
University of Delaware
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Newark, DE 10716, USA
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